Harley Davidson Softail Delux

Harley Davidson Softail Delux

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  • HARLEY HERITAGE VanceAndHines.png

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  • HARLEY HERITAGE floorBoardBrake.png

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  • HARLEY HERITAGE engineRearRight.png

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  • HARLEY HERITAGE inductionModuleThrottleBody.png

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  • HARLEY HERITAGE horn.png

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  • HARLEY HERITAGE brakeTime.png

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  • HARLEY HERITAGE reflector.png

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  • HARLEY HERITAGE instrumentation.png

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Description

Dec15/18- Project is complete. A lot of detail was added to finish this model. System used: late 2012 iMac/16GB ram. Enjoy!

Nov8/15- Work in Progress. 96ci Harley Engine, Wanted to show some engine details. Hope you like it.

Oct16/15- Added tank emblem, tail lights and seat. Now for the motor.

Oct8/15- Added the rear brake, gas tank and console, hand grips and controls.

Sept 27/15- A few images added: Front brake portrait :), chrome view, ...

Sept 21/15- Added handle bar and finished up the lights

Sept16/ 15- Swing arm added and more. More challenging than previous projects.

Sept 09/15- Added the frame and rear fender.

Sept 06/15- Details added. Just need to install the brake and this part will be done.

Sept 04/15- Added more details to the front fender and wheel assembly.

Sept 01/15- A sneak peek at my next project.

Comments

PERFECT!!!!!

4 months ago

Amazing. Good job!

5 months ago

Ein super erstelltes Modell, so real!! 10/10 Sternen

9 months ago

Excelente.

about 1 year ago

Trabalho magnifico. Parabéns pelo empenho. Detalhes espetaculares. A vista do brasão no tanque, com pintura metalizada, é sensacional.

over 1 year ago

I would like to know the method used for 'REPLICATING' the existing model? Was a 3D Scanning Laser used? Or was it just many many measurements taken of an existing Model to get everything so exact to the real Model. It would be good to see pictures of the real model put side by side with the 3D Replication Models.

over 1 year ago

Is this model up for download? I haven't used autodesk Gallery and I don't see a download button.

over 1 year ago

Awesome details Don

almost 2 years ago

Amazing

almost 2 years ago

Amazing

almost 2 years ago

Greatly done! Amazing details! Now is the next step to 3d print it and get her on the Highway ;-) Looking forward

almost 2 years ago

Well I looked back at the thread which I should have done first. You don’t own one. That makes this even more amazing.

almost 2 years ago

I keep going back to scrutinize the renders and no matter how close I look they never disappoint. Being a detail junkie myself I have to ask you. Do you own a Harley Softail Delux? Either that or you have access to engineering drawings. So amazing.

almost 2 years ago

Thanks guys!

almost 2 years ago

So much work. What a project. It’s just beautiful.

almost 2 years ago

Awesome Work Dude!!!... Aloha and God Bless, Sal Salvador...

over 2 years ago

MindBoggling. Absolutely a master of your trade buddy, nice work!

over 3 years ago

Absolutely amazing! It's quite obvious you know and have a passion for the subject matter.

almost 4 years ago

Wow! Great job

over 4 years ago

Thanks Frank, the rendering is done in Fusion locally. I used the 'Plaza' for the lighting.
Thanks also to Riones, Axel, Muhammad, and again Peter.

almost 5 years ago

Assume design is the rendering with Fusion ? or Showcase ?
greats Frank

almost 5 years ago

WOW NICE!! work the concept is really cool..
PLEASE, like mine too, I'm participating in a competition and need at least 50 like..
https://gallery.autodesk.com/fusion360/projects/30253/gilingan-super-tradisional-indonesia?searched=
THANK YOU!!

almost 5 years ago

https://gallery.autodesk.com/fusion360/projects/gasing

almost 5 years ago

COOL WORK!!! KEEP IT UP! By the way could like my projects.... I need at least 50 likes...

almost 5 years ago

Anyway, can you help me to like my projects? I'm participating in Autodesk 360 Mini Competition in Indonesia, "Indonesia Handicraft". Here's the links to my projects:
1. https://gallery.autodesk.com/fusion-360/projects/kujang
2. https://gallery.autodesk.com/fusion-360/projects/delman-style-lounge-chair
3. https://gallery.autodesk.com/fusion-360/projects/akik-indonesian-gemstone
I need likes in each project to be judges by juries/panel. Thank you very much!

Best Regards,
Arif

almost 5 years ago

Masterpiece! It's great Mr D MacDonald, I need learn a lot from you!

almost 5 years ago

Excellent work! You could try to add a very light bump map and a micro scratch map to give that mathematically perfect chrome the very last layer of realism. This is really a piece that shows what can be done with the Fusion 360 render engine when driven properly!

about 5 years ago

Thanks for the the compliments guys.
As for the rendering, Akhil, for the engine shot I choose the 'Plaza' for the HDR lighting and rotated the environment at an angle that gave good lighting. The engine shot has the background turned off while it is on in most shots. Rendered within fusion, not in the cloud.

about 5 years ago

Damn fine work

about 5 years ago

hello sir
great work .
I am a student
could you please help me some rendering tips https://fusion360.autodesk.com/projects/foldablecar

about 5 years ago

Thanks Jeff, it was challenging determining the form from photos. The best engine shots I found where on eBay.

about 5 years ago

wow! Great detail on that engine. Very impressive.

about 5 years ago

Thanks Colin. The emblem was made using T-spline pipe objects for the feathers, I projected lines to the tank surface and used the pipe. The rest was made by projecting a sketch to the surface, splitting the face, and offsetting faces. The bottom center piece has a variable Chamfer which I made by first using the variable fillet tool. Using the two edges created by the variable fillet, I made a loft between them and used that new surface to cut away the fillet, resulting in a variable Chamfer. After combining everything I added small fillets to all the edges. The type was traced from a photo rather than using a font.

about 5 years ago

That emblem is great! I assume you did that partially in T-Splines. You have to show some details on that. :)

about 5 years ago

Thanks a lot Aradhana, The rendering is done from within Fusion and not from the cloud renderer.

about 5 years ago

Great looking render. Love your work! Did you use Cloud rendering from Fusion?

about 5 years ago

Thanks Colin and Don, nice comments :)

about 5 years ago

Great looking renders!

about 5 years ago

I have to agree with Jeff, I get a kick when I see the the update in the inbox. Love the details, the imagery looks great.

about 5 years ago

The pipe tool is great. I use it not only for the frame, but also for the lettering on the side of the front fender, the emblem on the front of the fender, the light mounting bracket and joints between of the facets that make up the light's reflectors. In making the handle bars, I first used the sculpt pipe so I could easily manipulate it to get it to the shape I wanted then used the 'plane through three points' tool (twice) picked three points (twice) on the sculpted pipe so I could create two sketches and redo the handle bars using the solid modelling pipe tool. After that, I had to slice through the handlebar using a couple of Plane on Paths so I could rotate the handle part and shorten the lower section of it to give me the final piece. I am enjoying this project very much.

about 5 years ago

I've really started to look forward to these updates, just to see what happens next! Do you find yourself using Pipe a lot for the tubular components? I found that feature to be really efficient - just create the path, then use Pipe. Great for wires and other tubing.

about 5 years ago

Hi Jeff, I'm wish I had a top and end view. You can use a photo that's a 3/4 view and put it on a canvas inside a component. That way you can rotate the model to match or line up with the photo on the canvas which you can rotate to be perpendicular to your line of sight. That way you can get a close a proximation of the width of things.
I don't plan to model any parts that are not normally visible from the outside.

about 5 years ago

Yeah, that's how I went about modeling the Lotus 49 - just collected a bunch of photos. I had good top/front/side/back views that I set up as canvases on workplanes at the extents of the model. That helped get everything in the correct relative proportions. How detailed are you going on this project? Are you going to model the whole engine and gearbox internals?

about 5 years ago

Thanks Collin. Each time I finish modelling a piece I add materials and render it. It's quite satisfying each time. I'm modelling my brothers Harley Softail Deluxe. In addition to the photos he sent me, I find whatever I can online including an owners manual for an earlier version of the bike. I haven't found any blueprints though, just working from photos mostly.

about 5 years ago

Looking great so far Don, do you always apply materials as you go along?
What are you using for reference?

about 5 years ago

Thank you Jeff. Too much fun :)

about 5 years ago

this is amazing. Great detail. Can't wait to see the rest. I love that you are posting in-progress shots.

about 5 years ago
Don Macdonald
Ontario, Canada

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