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use Cararra the 3D modelling program from Eovia to build the models,
generally using the vertex modeller, for the major objects and
the spline modeller for the simple components. When the model
is complete it is then textured using Painter 3D. Typically these
days I use 2000*2000 pixel texture maps for diffusion and bump
maps. Once the model is substantially complete it is imported
into 3D Studio Max where the textures are re-applied, and tweaking
and smoothing is carried out. The model is then converted into
the different 3D formats using Deep Exploration. Generally I upload
the models in Max, 3DS, LWO, and C4D to my Worldpay Shop where
they are available for download. Other formats are available and
if you need another format just let me know.
The models are not suitable for Flight Simulator.
models are high res and are intended for film work, visualisation,
and digital art. For example the models have been used in the
Milestones of Flight exhibition consoles at the Royal Air Force
Museum Hendon, in the BBC Timewatch documentary "Warburton:
The Forgotten Ace", and Channel Four's Timewatch.
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the latest in high end 3D modelling techniques any classic aircraft
can be re-created digitally to your exact requirements. You can
specify exactly the colour scheme you require to make the print
aircraft will then be displayed within a setting of your choice
to create a high quality artistic rendering of the subject.
giclee print costs £200 and is A2 sized, (23.4 inches by
16.4 inches) and is signed by the artist. A sample print can besent
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