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Discussion in 'Yacht Renderings & Plans' started by omaryacht, Nov 4, 2008.

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  1. omaryacht

    omaryacht New Member

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    hi,
    i'm new in this forum and i'm so happy to join.
    i like to show you this picture. sorry my english is bad but i try:(
    what do you think.

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  2. Dayger

    Dayger New Member

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    that seems very nice. Good job, i think..

    Which design program did you used to make this one? rhino?
  3. omaryacht

    omaryacht New Member

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    thanks

    the style was created by mr laraki "designer of supercars and yachts", but the 3d modeling was created by our equip in CATIA V5 i think it's a very good program, the render by alias studio.
    thank you for your comment.
  4. BjornS

    BjornS New Member

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    Very interesting concept you are showing 'omaryacht'. The form study is quite striking, and the contrasting shades - light on the bottom and darker on top is not something that one usually sees out there. I like it.

    The yacht also seemingly looks smaller than what it probably is because of the form. Do you have other images with different angles to show as well?
  5. KCook

    KCook Senior Member

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    Clearly a lot of work went into that. But I would prefer a viewpiont more from the side. This view from the rear quarter leaves me confused about some of the proportions for the overall design.

    Kelly Cook
  6. NYCAP123

    NYCAP123 Senior Member

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    Exceptional clarity right down to the reflextion in the rippled water. Except for a few minor details I'd almost think it was real. BTW- the yacht brings to mind a Great White. Striking.:)
  7. BjornS

    BjornS New Member

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    Since the design pictured belongs to an Abdeslam Laraki, we probably won't see more postings with pics of this yacht here.

    However, this is the same design:
    http://www.erpro.fr/Laraki-Design-Euromold-2008

    If this is the same designer (looks to be), one can see where he is coming from (click images to enlarge):
    http://www.yachtboutique.com/Designers/Laraki/Laraki1.htm

    Laraki's 'commanding' yachts (edit):
    http://commanderclass.com/

    And it looks like this is his main business:
    http://www.laraki-automobiles.com/fr/index.htm
  8. tuanshipland

    tuanshipland Guest

    It’s a beautiful render,

    I have a look of CATIA V5, you can share how you feel when you apply CATIA V5? How many modules do you use in CATIA V5 for rendering your model? How much do you pay for CATIA V5? How different is between CATIA V5 and other software as 3DSMAX? How do you think about Alias and 3DSMAX?

    Thanks for your sharing,