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Batmobile V3

Batmobile V3

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Description

It finally happened. I've lost my mind and it's Fusion's fault. Doing a solid form vehicle isn't enough for me anymore. I need to make it look like it works.

When I originally did this as a Concept Formula Racer I named it The Bat. After looking at it for awhile I decided to actually make it into the Batmobile V3. I also decided to add as much detail to this one as possible and make it as believably functional as possible. Of course nothing is real but it's all based on solid automotive principles. Everything fits and mounts to the chassis. I've included as much detail shots as possible without going crazy.

I hope you like it.

Comments
X176

One of the best model I have seen here. The different shots with the internal components is really cool

7 months ago
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X176
Michael Provost
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