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activa 7500

Discussion in 'Yacht Renderings & Plans' started by tz3d, Mar 21, 2008.

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  1. tz3d

    tz3d New Member

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    activa 7500
    LOA: 75 ft /
    Design: seaforthmarine
    Year: 2007

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  2. tz3d

    tz3d New Member

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    modelling by rhino ,rendering by v-ray

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  3. Renderholic

    Renderholic New Member

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    Looks great! Any plans to complete the 3d model or are you just doing a profile render only? Would be nice to see front and rear 3/4 views.
  4. tz3d

    tz3d New Member

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    hi , yes,i just does a profile rendering.Because my client would like to save money,and the designer no finish other plans drawings yet..they only give me a profile 2d cad ..in fact they only need a profile rendering to show the yacht......i am always to do rendering by 3d.. ...this times i just make a profile model .so can not to see the front and rear 3/4 views...

    they save money ,,but i have not save time....hehe..
  5. tz3d

    tz3d New Member

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    some details

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  6. KCook

    KCook Senior Member

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    Love the water treatment in the profile view. But somehow the lighting seems a bit too flat ???

    Kelly Cook