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Discussion in 'Yacht Renderings & Plans' started by brunick, Oct 12, 2005.

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  1. brunick

    brunick Senior Member

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    Hi, to give an opponent to the hull lucky from ricard, i will post some pics from
    a 40m yacht in design process...

    i am currently working at the second floor, also on some other little specials, like a helicopter :D

    i hope, somebody likes the yacht and wants to build it :D

    mfg Jannick

    PS: hull made with FreeShip, Renderings with Carrara 4.o Pro Demo

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    Dueling Designers? Let the games begin... :)
  3. talkingstone

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    Time to get photoshop

    :) Is it just me...I can't see anything in the above pictures?
  4. brunick

    brunick Senior Member

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    maybe, because i havent finished the yacht, i had made the pictures in a sunrise environment :cool:, as i fished the yacht (in 2 weeks i guess, school started again..) i will post pics in a normal environment...

    mfg Jannick
  5. talkingstone

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    Ok, I'll look forward to the developement of your work in the near future.
    Allan
  6. brunick

    brunick Senior Member

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    hi guys!
    well i am now i a state where i will post further pics,
    i'm not ready, that'll make more weeks, but the hull and superstrukture
    is visible :cool:

    here the pics

    mfg jannick

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  7. JonS

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    Nice views from the bow and stern. :)

    From the width of her tho, she could get away with being longer. It just appears to be slightly disproportionate between the width and length of the hull. Maybe try extending the bow, this will also give greater performance and a smoother ride.
  8. brunick

    brunick Senior Member

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    hi, ok what u say maybe right, but i have to say, i'm just a pupil at highschool grade... i'm in my last class and got no expierience in shipbuilding. i'm on my way to study ship engineering or architecture but at this point i got no expirience...

    i think an engineer would make the hull a lot better than me :), but for my first yacht i think it isn't that worse, is it? :cool:

    mfg brunick
  9. brunick

    brunick Senior Member

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    hm..can't edit??
    -.-

    here, is this hull better? :cool:

    i had to wait 15 minutes for this render :rolleyes:

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  10. JonS

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    Much better! :D

    Really the last thing you want in a yacht of that size is for it to look like a bath tub (not that it did, but you get what i'm saying!)

    Keep it up! :)
  11. brunick

    brunick Senior Member

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    hehehe
    just tell me, when u want to buy it :D

    i will draw the whole yacht on normal paper, i think its much easier than draw with a vektor programm, i can't use them ^^
  12. JonS

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    My advice would be don't give up on the computer design side - its the way things are going these days. But also you need to be able to quickly sketch up something if you have an idea of a problem with a design on the computer, a quick sketch can save a lot of hours swearing at your computer :D
  13. Ricardo Barroso

    Ricardo Barroso New Member

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    If

    is your first, you are very good in 3d.

    Best Regards

    Ricardo :cool:
  14. brunick

    brunick Senior Member

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    hi,
    yes its my first attempt, but im using a simple programm and coordinates ;)

    its very simple du create a hull, an with some little ideas also to build the superstrukture.
    :cool: