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B17 Flying Fortress

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The Models in the scene are createt with Cinema 4D (Hypernurbs). Mostly I made my models in a CAD system because it is very excact and easy to made (more features as in a rendertool). But it is very difficult to made nurbs faces (for Cars, Plains, characters, ...). So that I modeled in Cinema; there is a very good tutorial at
Special thanks fore it, it was a great help!
January 22, 2009
Cinema 4D
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Jan 22, 2009 10:47:20 am
Very nice job. I had the great good fortune to see one of these on two occasions. One, up close in the process of being restored to flying condition - it is AMAZING how thin the metal is on these planes, NO protection at all for their crews. The second occasion was in full throttle flight over my back yard on its way to an airshow flyover - you wouldn't believe the sound those four big piston engines made. Wonderful render and thanks for the memories!

by NetWorthy Homepage »

Jan 22, 2009 4:36:12 pm
Great scene. Perhaps the reflection on the plane is a tad to much. Also try to render the hangar without the plane. Use that image for reflection/environment to the shader of the plane, and you will get real reflection from the hangar in the metal. All in all, great render. :) Strata

by strata Homepage »

Jan 22, 2009 7:25:47 pm
This is amazing, absolutely fantastic.So many small details and the B-17 is fab.Instant Fav..true aviation ART.

by neiwil Homepage »

Jan 23, 2009 2:31:18 am
i think this is great, it has a 'cartoon' feel to it- very original together with the setting

by ekatz Homepage »

Jan 23, 2009 3:39:51 am
Nice model and scene. The camera position puts us on the roof which I would change.

by turner Homepage »

Jan 23, 2009 4:55:39 am
You must have put a lot of work into this. Very well done.

by Emil-arts Homepage »

Jan 23, 2009 8:26:17 am
Awesome rendering work! Xcellent lighting setup!

by thecytron Homepage »

Jan 23, 2009 10:05:57 am
very interesting

by ollienorthie Homepage »


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