Do you need a visualization from your design like this...

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by bernhardusa, Sep 24, 2007.

  1. bernhardusa
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    bernhardusa Junior Member

    Hello friends !

    Since I was planing to build my own boat, I could see that it would be very nice to see how my boat will look like, especially in the design status, and how the parts find togehter.... hmm, I build a lot of 3d models, especially technical modeling and render and animate it photoreal.

    here you can see some of my images, all 3d models and rendered, no photos:
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    here a wire, to see it's 3d, not a photo:
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    hmm, ok, so I haven't done anything with a boat yet, but of course if I do have blueprints or CAD files, I could help you guys in making shots like the pictures above...

    or maybe an animation, like you can see here:
    http://www.bernhardrieder.com/animationen/cx_9_mazda_short_render.mov quick time move, save target as...

    http://www.bernhardrieder.com/animationen/toyota_finish.avi divx codec required, save target as...

    ok, so if there is a need for, just let me know...
    thx a lot,

    bernhard


    www.bernhardrieder.com
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  2. RAY TOSTADO
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    RAY TOSTADO Junior Member

    Lead me on. How do you post a photo?

    I lost the link to a Texas boat builder I wish to converse with.

    He has the shallow draft boats that elevate the OB on a riser step and use a "tunnel" hull.

    Ray

    213/250-2893
     
  3. bernhardusa
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    bernhardusa Junior Member

    you click on the little icon above, when you start a thread: insert image... that's all...... your image needs to be on a server with an existing www... path....

    hope that helps...
    bernhard
     
  4. jiggerpro
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    jiggerpro Senior Member

    Absolutely hallucinant result ........... I make my own 3d designs and renderings with rhinoceros 4.0 and flamingo raytracer, but your work is absolutely amazing you are clearlya a professionnal I wish Could attain such umbelievable results, In fact I wopnder if you are kidding all of us and they are just pictures taken with a camera if not so .... congratuations for reaching perfection in 3d modelling ... wich program did you use to get those results ?? congratulations my friend
     
  5. yipster
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    yipster designer

    real nice work, in peticular i like the crome mappings, looks like its made in 3d studio max6, well done :cool:
     
  6. alan white
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    alan white Senior Member

    Nice work. The scaled-up radial car tires on the Kenworth wire drawing give away the program, though it's hard to see on the finished rendering.
    Very sophisticated--- considers even tiny surface conditions. Amazing.

    A.
     
  7. urbanvoyage
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    urbanvoyage Junior Member

    Hi Bernhard,

    Nice work. :) If you ever want to move to New Zealand let us know.

    Regards,
    Rich
    www.urbanvoyage.com
     

  8. bernhardusa
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    bernhardusa Junior Member

    Thank you

    Thank you very much for all your kind words, I really appreciate that.

    I use 3dsmax9, and the images above are rendered with different, with brazil, vray and mental. No postwork done.

    some more snapshots from the viewport:
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    @Urbanvoyage:
    thank you rich. At the moment I am interested in making freelance projects... so if there is anything I can support you, let me know.

    So long, thank you all for your kind words,
    bernhard


    www.bernhardrieder.com
    usa@bernhardrieder.com
     
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