Discussion in '3D rendering gallery' started by alanho, Sep 17, 2010.
Here's a some of my hairdryer concepts rendered with PhotoWorks.
Another render... this time its a lift mechanism for transporting wafers.
A cartoon character (Blender from Futurama) based on two different software.
My thumbdrive cap
A remote control
Nice work - thanks for sharing
These are some great renderings, Alan! Same goes for you, Gupta! Now, I have a question for the both of you. How long did it take for you to develop these prototypes? I'm going to safely assume that AutoCad was used to create the base, but what other various programs did you use besides that and PhotoWorks to create the final touches?
Once I get my external hard drive out, I'll post some of my work. . . although it isn't quite as nice. I developed the design for a house phone/answering machine and for a television. Of course, they're only the base models.
Thanks for the comments. The model is from 3DCC and was made in SolidWorks. I did the rendering in PhotoView 360 and it took around 10 minutes to produce these rendering.
It'll be good to see your work also
The hairdryer was modeled using SolidWorks. Basically I used surface modeling and freeform modeling workflows. It took me slightly over half a day for the digital mockup as I don't have an initial concept prior to modeling.
The other models with modeled and rendered with Autodesk Inventor as well as Autodesk Showcase. Those models were much easier as they weren't intended for business (manufacturing) purposes.
Hands on PV360
A semiconductor bellows assembly modeled in Autodesk Showcase.
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