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Not a Spinner
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Inspired by Blade Runner movie.
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Neckhorse
2 years ago
Spectacular building technique! This model goes very well together with your taxi and Red Dragon builds.
franekkimono
2 years ago
Thank you Neckhorse, I'm happy you have noticed that
, I'm working on more hovering/flying machines right now.
franekkimono
2 years ago
Armored Bricks - WOW! Render looks awesome, thanks. I need to take some time and learn rendering finaly.
ArmoredBricks
2 years ago
@franekkimono no problem! I'm a big fan of your designs
Citrine
2 years ago
ya same! Amazing designs! Keep making more
franekkimono
2 years ago
Thanks guys, I appreciate that. And thanks for another render!
MrBrick
2 years ago
Awesome render ArmoredBricks!
franekkimono
2 years ago
@ MrBrick: indeed, I would love to see more
The6uest
2 years ago
Very cool build franekkimono! I really like your futuristic vehicles because I'm a big sci-fi fan.

Also, great render ArmoredBricks! How do you make it look as if the 'lights' are really on? I've been trying to use the Lamps feature in MB but can't quite get it to look right.
ArmoredBricks
2 years ago
@The6uest Thank you! You'll want to instead of using lamps, set the transparent materials to emission. This is possible in MB, but I actually did it in Blender. I then composited on the fog glow around each light.
The6uest
2 years ago
@ArmoredBricks - Thanks for the info! I'll check into that emission feature since I haven't heard of it before. I'm just now learning how to do renderings and having the 'lights' actually light up is a nice touch. That fog glow feature is a good idea too.
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