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Thread: Sketchup Concepts
June 29th, 2010 #1
I've been really inspired by the work that's been posted here and decided to give sketchup a try, I've never done any 3D modeling before so this was a good intro before I jump into 3DS Max. I'll try and bump this thread every now and then as I gain more experience with the program.
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June 30th, 2010 #2
You've never done any 3D work before?....wow I'm just blown away by these then, especially the gun at the top. That's crazy.
Hope to see more of these from you.
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July 4th, 2010 #3
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July 7th, 2010 #4
@Gunzet - thanks a bunch, I was watching a lot of WW2 documentaries about trench warfare when I did that, the idea of close quarters combat with limited ammunition seemed appealing.
@Big James - yeah dude I lay in all the textures in photoshop, I use the skew tool and basically line the textures up to the perspective/surface, it tends to make it look more believable.
December 3rd, 2010 #5Registered User
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the amount of detail people can make in sketchup continues to amaze me
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December 30th, 2010 #6
@gunnersquad - thanks
sorry for not updating more often, my comp crashed on me and I lost a lot of stuff
Here is an environment based around the ELO project I managed to save, all the elements where modeled in sketch up, lighting and rendering done in Cinema 4D, touch ups and fx in Photoshop.
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Nice work dude! Could you elaborate on your workflow a little, is it just a simple render from SketchUp to photoshop?