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SailDesign



Old Phart! Stay upwind..

Registered: January 2003
Location: Jamestown, RI, USA
Posts: 1,806
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Keywords: power displacement classic

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duluthboats

Senior Dreamer

Registered: March 2002
Location: Arlington, WA, USA
Posts: 1,580
January-25-2003 9:53pm

Well Stephen, inquiring minds want to know how you did these beautiful renderings. If I won the loto I would order Taliesin, tomorrow.



Gary



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SailDesign

Old Phart! Stay upwind..

Registered: January 2003
Location: Jamestown, RI, USA
Posts: 1,806
January-25-2003 10:21pm

Thanks, Gary. Rendering by Rhino/Flamingo, via 5 years of my use of them. Haven't found a better modelling/rendering combination for the money yet.

Let me know when you win the lotto ;-))
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duluthboats

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Registered: March 2002
Location: Arlington, WA, USA
Posts: 1,580
January-27-2003 7:59pm

At least I have a start, the same software. You certainly have given me a goal to shoot for.

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Old Phart! Stay upwind..

Registered: January 2003
Location: Jamestown, RI, USA
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January-27-2003 10:07pm

duluth,

I'm not standing in the goal, so shoot away.

;-)
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Nomad
Mold Trader/Boat Builder

Registered: February 2002
Location: Perry, Florida
Posts: 462
September-16-2003 6:34pm Rating: 9 

I really like the smaller one of the two!! The bigger one is just not my style....
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Dave Fleming

Old Geezer

Registered: March 2003
Location: San Diego
Posts: 49
October-25-2003 11:49am Rating: 9 

I like them both but...

The cabin structure on "M" strikes me as a bit out of place with that hull design.



Just call me an old fashioned tired eyed old boatbuilder.
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Old Phart! Stay upwind..

Registered: January 2003
Location: Jamestown, RI, USA
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November-15-2003 5:38pm

"Just call me an old fashioned tired eyed old boatbuilder. "



If you insist... ;-)
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Junior Member

Registered: January 2005
Location: westcoast
Posts: 1
January-17-2005 2:33pm

The cabin comments here are a reaction to the tension between classical lines of the canoe hull and modern corners shown on the pilot house. The smaller craft begs the question with its Classic lines intact hull and pilotshouse.
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jdavis

Registered: July 2007
Location: SOUTH
Posts: 1
July-5-2007 7:36pm Rating: 1 

Great Rendering but no eye for aesthetics. Looks like some commercial fisherman

refit his cabin house in the driveway. Keep working on the look.

There is a fine line between proffessional work and student design.
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Old Phart! Stay upwind..

Registered: January 2003
Location: Jamestown, RI, USA
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July-6-2007 5:23pm

jdavis, since I can't PM you, I'll have to say it here. I have over 20 years in the business, and while my houses have always come in for some criticism, I have never lost a design contract due to "bad aesthetics".

I know it doesn't look like a Boston Whaler, and I thank my lucky stars for that every day.

But thanks for the comments anyway
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matosr

Registered: August 2006
Location: Homestead, Fl
Posts: 1
October-28-2007 12:39pm Rating: 10 

I like it...



SailDesign,



Are there any Rhino Tutorials you recomend over any others?

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Old Phart! Stay upwind..

Registered: January 2003
Location: Jamestown, RI, USA
Posts: 1,806
November-13-2007 4:18pm

Rick,

Practice, practice, practice. Start with a "look" you KNOW can be achieved, and figure out how - then try to improve it with lighting, etc. And enjoy it - that is the most important part

Steve
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Sean Herron

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Registered: May 2004
Location: Richmond, BC, CA.
Posts: 1,529
February-14-2009 1:31pm Rating: 10 

Hello...



Still damned nice...



SH.
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