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8051-1: Motorbike
Published 9 months ago
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After spending some time working on the decorations for this beautiful model, I'm happy to present:

8051-1: Motorbike - High Octane Two-Wheeled Action!

- Front and rear suspension, working kick stand, drive chain, moving gears, and front-wheel steering
- Spring-loaded suspension for smooth landings and soaring jumps
- Measures over 11" (27cm) long
- 467 LEGO pieces

Missing:
- Nothing! Thanks to Scrubs for his help with finishing this.

Happy render!
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Scrubs
9 months ago
I can imagine the amount of work needed to make the decorations!
I will model this shock absorber quickly to finish it.
wlange
9 months ago
The decorations are actually quite a bit better than the original Lego ones. The sticker sheet print quality is sometimes so poor, that it's hard to even recognize what they're supposed to show (I assume it's flexo printing done in Czech and the machine operators are occasionally fast asleep...). So despite stickers, it sometimes needs additional sources to get it right.

Another funny detail: I've had a really hard time to take a usable photo of the motorbike tank for tracing, because of the reflections. So after a dozen failed attempts I ended up building a provisional product tent out of chairs and bed sheets with indirect lighting...
Sim
9 months ago
Nice! smiling face with open mouth and smiling eyes
David184
9 months ago
This looks really cool!!! smiling face with open mouth
Oby1
9 months ago
So great ! Very good job smiling face with open mouth and smiling eyes
Renderbricks
9 months ago
Thanks for this fantastic model. It's fun to render and test my procedural smear and scratch textures.
wlange
9 months ago
Very cool renderings! I should have a poster printed from the Cam A version.
Scrubs
9 months ago
The only little thing that looks weird on the renders are the scratches on the dark grey beams at the back. They seem to be too visible and too repetitive.
Renderbricks
9 months ago
Yes. The procedural map unfortunately is based on a pattern i just can break actually by scaling it up. i found no other way yet to make it more random.
Scrubs
9 months ago
@heikomm If you come back around, you can delete your image (that might be a test) by clicking the little cross on the square thumbnail.
Oby1
9 months ago
you know what : the renderings make me want to buy the set smiling face with open mouth and smiling eyes
wlange
9 months ago
This set is traded pretty high - unfortunately. As opposed to the digital version, which is completely free! winking face
Masman8675
9 months ago
Renderbricks, those renderings you did are incredible. smiling face with heart-shaped eyes
Oby1
9 months ago
@wlange
That's right ! I didn't pay attention that the set is no longer sold by Lego... Shade. So let's go to the free pics winking face
zanna
9 months ago
Standing ovation for Renderbricks.
wlange
9 months ago
A great rendering, Scrubs! Thumbs up!
Scrubs
9 months ago
Like I posted on flickr, I did not spend more than a few minutes to import, set the scene and click the render button with the out of the box script. It is more of a test to see what can be done with the basic setup.

People can then tweak it to achieve what they want. The only thing I might do in the future is to put all that in a Blender add-on for ease of use. Material setup will probably not change for some time unless there is something really new coming.

Lighting has been made using the Pro-Lighting Studio add-on from Blenderguru.
wlange
9 months ago
I first thought you have used a scratch map like Renderbricks did in his renders, but it's in fact reflections from the ground floor (which comes with the Pro-Lighting Studio, I guess).
Scrubs
9 months ago
Yep it is the reflection from the ground. I let you guys add this type of effect. There are tutorials online to add dust, scratches etc.
wlange
9 months ago
Very nice!
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