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Hi all !!   :)

 

I wanna try to make a model of  steampunk  airship.

 

Here is the beginning of my work

 

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Very nice

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Hi !     :)

 

Thanks to all who are watching my work !  

 

Update  my   work 

 

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Hi !

 

some update 

 

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Nice, I really like where this is going. It's like a submarine, but for the air! Can you give any information on how you achieved things like the netting wrapped around the balloon things?

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Hi !   :)    

 

To Gary Dave:

 

Thanks !

 

For grids  -   I  used  a sphere tool  (in voxel mode)  with a curve  stroke  -  it automatically repeats the form of the surface

 

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For a frames  -  I  use  vox layers.

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Hi  !  

 

W.I.P.   -    update

 

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that mesh/netting looks great how you get it so thin and spaced right is that free handed? what brush radius did u use 4.50 .   just me but the 2 stacks could be bigger /wider like queen mary big . also how many triangles when doing net  looks to be at 350,000 . Looks great so far.  also  how it repeats the form 

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Hi  all !!   :)

 

Thanks to everyone who is looking for my work :)

 

about the net  --   summary contains  ~7.600.000 triangles

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when I did the network - I have used voxel layer with a high density [8x] or [16x]  and sphere  brush  with a small radius (I select approximately - doing a few tries   :) )  -  I paint in several stages - and combined in a single layer --  at the end I use resempler - and reduce the number of triangles to a reasonable level for me.

 

for drawing smoothly and in regular intervals, I'm doing extra geometry in a ghostly layer

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and the surface shape is repeated automatically -  if used  a curve  stroke -  I showed  example  earlier   :)

 

about  stacks  -  Queen Mary is more modern example of what I use ( it seems to me) -  for references  I look  fotos a steamships at the end of the 19th century or beginning of 20 century  -  like  this 

http://heiup.uni-heidelberg.de/journals/index.php/transcultural/article/viewFile/9363/3245/10355

or  this

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-3m09K3n43Uk/U_eEXThrn4I/AAAAAAAAEEA/Nlv1nP1PvvI/s1600/Gondolier%2BDrawing%2B1.JPG

or this

https://thedisorderofthings.files.wordpress.com/2015/02/steamship_islander_leaving_vancouver_british_columbia_for_skagway_bay_crop.jpg

I think it is more suitable for steampunk ( it seems to me)

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P.s.   I  use  Google translate  :)

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Your right about the Queen Mary but using your references, the stacks still appear about 50% smaller. :)

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well, I'll think about the size of smokestacks  :)

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Hi  !

 

to Tony Nemo   -  I did the smokestacks a little more larger  (~30%)   :)

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Hi  !

 

to Tony Nemo   -  I did the smokestacks a little more larger  (~30%)   :)

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I do think that is an improvement in an already fine piece of work.

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I do think that is an improvement in an already fine piece of work.

Thanks!    :thank_you:

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Hi to all !! 

 

Next update  

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Hello  to  all ! :)

update -  add some details .

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Beautiful! But I think a child could easily slip under the railing, especially if the deck was wet.

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I was  made the additional grid in railings,  but material is not finished 

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