What's new

3D Steam City


Messages
3,976
Likes
5,706
In this exercise I tried to learn to construct the pipes with Bezier curves.
The handles of the tool are quite different from Photoshop's pen tool, and it's much more difficult to work with it in the 3D space.
But once you have a "path" of your pipe around your object, you can fill the stroke to get the thickness of a round pipe.

Bildschirmfoto 2016-09-06 um 11.46.35.png

Bildschirmfoto 2016-09-06 um 11.51.54.png

The City is done with one cube and an arrangement of different (rotated or mirrored) copies of it.

SteamCity 1700.jpg
 

Eggy

Retired Moderator
Messages
5,313
Likes
5,082
Impressive and looking very complicated Chris. :thumbsup:
Very nice window texture on the buildings.
 
Messages
3,976
Likes
5,706
Thanks Ged.
I agree, the image looks complex, but it actually wasn't too difficult to do this one, except for drawing the pipes.
 
Messages
3,976
Likes
5,706
Thank you Eggy.
I'm also happy with the windows...but getting a decent result means trying out many different settings.
 

Eggy

Retired Moderator
Messages
5,313
Likes
5,082
Amazing!
I have to start with Blender too.
Sometimes I have to incorporate a 3D element in a composite, no big deal and not essential.
Then I push render and I'm getting depressed...when I see the render time.
:shocked:
 

Top