How to model Stuff like these Sci-Fi walls

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  09 September 2007
How to model Stuff like these Sci-Fi walls

Hi folks!

I really love the works of Stefan Morrell and I have some questions about his modeling techniques. I mailed him but had no response

So, can somebody tell me what kind of technique is used at this "simple" scene?

Thanks for your help!
 
  09 September 2007
Looks, pretty much just like simple extrusions, cuts (not booleans!!) and bevels. Doesn't really require a whole lot other than some time.
 
  09 September 2007
Originally Posted by U-238: Looks, pretty much just like simple extrusions, cuts (not booleans!!) and bevels. Doesn't really require a whole lot other than some time.


yup,thats pretty much all there is to it...I'll use whatever tool I can find in 3dmax to get the job done..so I guess it's a case of know your tools & you'll know how to model it

bevel,extrude,inset..vertex mode,poly mode,edge mode...whatever it needs

Cheers
Stefan
 
  09 September 2007
Thank you very much for replying!

I just needed to understand your workflow because of your fantastic results. You got one fan more
 
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