Steampunk 19th Century Carriage

Steampunk 19th Century Carriage

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  • volante.png

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  • Escapamento (detalhe).png

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  • Detalhes texturas principais.png

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  • detalhe ornamentos.png

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Hi guys! This is my first post so i'll be brief. This was a homework for college (for the 3D introduction class) that I did with some help from a close friend called Hugo Telles. The original idea was to build a carriage with a "steampunk" theme, propelled with a steam engine. It had to contain the right materials, shapes and style, because that time (end of the 1800's), the "Art Noveau" ornamental style was the latest trend in style, architecture and constructions. We incorporated materials and textures of dark woods, leather, copper and glass. And the shape of the carriage was developed entirely by us, with a bit of cartoon traces. This project is still in progress and I will post it here as soon as we finish it. Made with Autodesk 3ds Max 2016. Rendered in MentalRay and Keyshot 6. All used textures are from 3ds Max and Keyshot. 3 Lights were used to render. This was one of our first homeworks at college, we are in first (1st of 4) semester of the Graphic Design - Digital Illustration and Animation course at Universidade Veiga de Almeida (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil).
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Jay, I only knew that ARTSTATION had this perk! I'll upload as soon as possible this model in fbx format! Thank's for the info and the attention! Hope you keep following my work!

about 6 years ago

@Grbriel, have you ever tried to upload the model to enable interactive view? fbx format is supported in this case.

about 6 years ago

Thank's, Jay! Your support means a lot to me! Love your work!

about 6 years ago

Cool! Nice work and well done!

about 6 years ago
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