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Gundam Veronica Chest Inner Structure by masarebelth Gundam Veronica Chest Inner Structure by masarebelth
Yo!! I'm right doing my 7TH mecha, GXX-S78 GUNDAM VERONICA. But I wanna make him full inner structure!!! Surely that do make a challenge for me but still, good luck to myself!:D

This may take me much more time :D

Anyway, here's the chest, still not so completed. The red parts are nuclear... which in back is his reactor, and six in front... :D hehehe.....
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:iconakays1991:
cant expect less from true pro 3D designer^^
ur works encourages me to learn 3D dsign more and more!! haha
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masarebelth Aug 10, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow, hanks~ but I think that's too much for me :D
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:iconakays1991:
are you familiar with 3DS max? Im learning 3D rendering using this software, and I think I can create simple objects with it..but as I can see in the picture above, the top right object have strokes on them, and others none, and I think the strokes are important so that the object edges and shapes viewed clearer, but I dont really know how to do it?

I tried to create strokes by chamfering the lines, and apply dark materials on it,and it is a success..it will do for simple objects, but for complex one, it will be quite a jobT_T..do you have any simpler idea?
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masarebelth Aug 12, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow.... I think you must know more about 3ds max than me :D ...

Maybe you can change displaying style to such like "color ink" ? I did not know if that satisfies your requirement... But in CAD software, like proE and solidworks, there always have a clearly "stroked view" option for you :D

Or maybe you could use photoshop to stroke your rendered pics.... there's a convenient way only need to pile up some layers. I used that much in my last manual book... :XD:
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:iconakays1991:
U are absolutely right! I forgot that I can use photoshop to make strokes for real objects. I learned the skill since 3 years ago, when Im creating this [link] from my gundam kit photo. Im sure the strokes more smooth when applied to 3D rendered objects,as they have lesser noise compared to real photo.

so, after some photoshop-ing, heres the product,[link]

thanx again masarabeth^^
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masarebelth Aug 15, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow, you're welcome my friend.... sorry I cannot help you really in that; I always depend on easy industry render too much :XD:
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:iconakays1991:
whats an easy industry render that you are using currently?
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masarebelth Aug 19, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Keyshot & photoview360
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:iconakays1991:
and sorry I keep misspelled ur nameT_T
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:iconhiroyraind:
Nice, the shoulder reminds me of model kits hahaha.
Whoa that's some nuclear power, gotta put Katoki's warning sign everywhere on the chest hahaha.
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