Galleon 'Revenge' 1577

Galleon 'Revenge' 1577

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Description
Aug19/2015- Added a lot of details, almost done. I hadn't touched Fusion for almost a year. Fusion has much improved over the year. Nice to be almost finished this project. Enjoy. June 22/2014- update :) June 24/2014 - update: added openings for passengers traveling with window seat tickets. June 28 2014- orthographic view. Using the pipe tool for relief. July 6/2014 - a few more details added.
Comments

WOW!!!! 10**********

11 months ago

well done mate you are realy good in the fusion desk programe and if u dont mind if i can ask u one question how did you do the miidle line on the ship
thanks hope to hear from u soon .

almost 2 years ago

After I had already built two such ships in wood, I wanted to try it in CAD.
But I never manage to model a smooth hull with Autocad or Rhino.
My big compliment, that's absolute top-class!

Michael

over 2 years ago

Fantastic ship!

over 3 years ago

Very Nice!

over 3 years ago

Awesome

almost 4 years ago

Hi Don
i did manage to design a tug/ icebreaker boat
made from my wooden scale model check it out
greets Frank

over 4 years ago

Thanks Frank. When the model starts to get heavy, first I'll turn off the timeline. Then create new design.
By copy/pasting a part for reference into the new design I can continue modelling. When the part is finished, copy/paste it back to the heavy model.

over 4 years ago

Wow fantastic piece of work Don
i am a model boat builder and whas trying to design my Victory ship
but it whas to heavy for me

over 4 years ago

Beautiful

over 5 years ago

Hi Carlos, thanks for that. I would not have thought this could be built on a CNC device. I have little knowledge on what such a thing can do. It wood be very cool :)

over 5 years ago

This is an amazing work! It wold be an experience to build this is wood milling the parts in a small CNC like mine.

over 5 years ago

Thank you Peter, it's very nice to receive comments like these. I have added a few excellent :) suggestions in the Idea Station that would allow for a much better user experience when making a model with this many parts. I would love to be able to turn off the automatic hide sketch and the automatic switching from 'new body' to 'cut' in tool dialogue boxes. For making this model, those changes would make the biggest possible difference in the whole experience.
~cheers

over 5 years ago

I've commented on this model a number of times on the Forum but have to do it again. What a beautifully detailled and exacuted model! Your effort has also highlighted a few opportunities where Fusion can be improved so Thanks for that as well!

over 5 years ago

Thanks Colin, it's been a lot of fun working on this.
Thanks too Donghyun.

over 5 years ago

Well, looks who's back! The ship looks awesome Don!

over 5 years ago

It must be a real floating boat!!! Perfect!!!

almost 6 years ago

Thanks Justin. A lot of details to come.

over 6 years ago

amazing detail..

over 6 years ago

Thanks guys, a lot of fun working on this one. Just discovered the pipe tool makes a great relief carving tool.

over 6 years ago

Beautiful! lovely proportions.

over 6 years ago

I am loving this project. The attention to detail is fantastic.

over 6 years ago

Thank you Will. This little guy is from the Revenge It's a hound with bat wings and a serpent tail. I was researching this a bit, and came across a ship called the Golden Hind (golden hound), and remembered I had build a plastic model of the Golden Hind when I was a kid, totally forgotten till I saw the name and it came back to me. It was Sir Francis Drake's ship. The Revenge was built by the same company two years later, it's a scaled up version of the Golden Hind.

over 6 years ago

That figurehead is awesome! Your design, or original to the Revenge?

over 6 years ago

Thanks Collin and James. I don't have anything in mind to how I might finalize it. Really is an exercise to learn more of the tools in Fusion. 3D sketches for the rigging is going to be something.

over 6 years ago

This is really cool, Don. What is the end goal here? The first thing that came to mind for me was a ship in a bottle, or an awesome center piece, but perhaps you have bigger better things in mind. Definitely one of my favorite images I've seen!

over 6 years ago

Nice start Don, cant wait to see the finished result.

over 6 years ago
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Don Macdonald
Ontario, Canada

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