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againandagain by flaketom againandagain by flaketom
So here a render of the former hover tank. Added some minor things, like APS launcher tubes on the back of the turret and another laser sensor on the top of the turret.
kind of an double post, but anyways. I like the simple renders, so I'd thought I'd share...:P
a bit of an explanation here: [link]
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JBiggsJr7 Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2013

This tank is awesome! I think I might like the Police version better aesthetically, but both version are incredible.  I'm developing a boardgame that I've wanted a tank renderign for and this would meet that almost perfectly.  Is this a design for a specific project?

Does VRay allow you to create one part and get the different views?

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flaketom Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2013
Hey there and sorry for the late reply, was kinda busy...
No it's a personal design from me, so it could be used. What kinda game are you developing?
And what do you mean with the last question, sorry. It's a 3d model and I can make pictures from whatever angle I want, Vray is only the rendering program. Did that answer your question?
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JBiggsJr7 Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2014
Likewise, I'm sorry i didn't see this until now as I haven't been getting on Deviant for a while.
You did answer my question and that is great to hear about it being 3D.  I'm developing a tactical wargame (a few actually that I hope to tie in together for one major strategy game).
As such, I have developed some pieces (a tank among them) and your hover tank caught my eye while trying to visualize what I would want the piece to look like in real life and maybe get some artwork done to enhance the rulebook and box a bit more as well as the website which is now a work in progress.
If you are interested in the work please contact me at: jbiggs@prodigygameworks.com.
Thanks,
John
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Cvira Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2013  Student Interface Designer
What you used for rendering? I use Solidworks for modeling and rendering but never reachs this quality.
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flaketom Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2013
I used vray. Great program!
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Cvira Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2013  Student Interface Designer
Thanks for the reply!! I will learn how to work on V-Ray
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v242 Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2013
Well done.

+FAVED+
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flaketom Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2013
Thanka a lot man!
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v242 Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2013
Yep.

:nod:

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MrJumpManV4 Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hm... this is a random suggestion, but i think you should make a cube and see how much detail you can add on to it while keeping it a cube, something tells me it would be interesting...
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