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Old 19-08-2004, 03:18 PM   #1
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Default Warhammer 40K Dreadnought

Hi, Here are a fews images of what I'm currently working on:







Based on the late 80's Warhammer 40K Dreadnought design.
Still more detail to add (hands, weapons and remove the seam from the two halves). Then rigged and textured for a scene involving the Dreadnought getting torn apart by a pack of crazed rabid animals, trying to get at the sweet tasting occupant inside.

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Old 19-08-2004, 03:24 PM   #2
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Ewwwww.....

Anyway cool model dude! But I'm wondering how you are going to tear it apart. Just extract parts of the model? Or using the shatter effect?
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Old 19-08-2004, 04:07 PM   #3
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Thanks for your comments,
For the damage I was going to separate the panels, then distort them to get a sort of 'pulled apart at the seams' look.

The creatures would be putting there hands inside the opened panels and pulling out any wires they can find.

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Old 19-08-2004, 04:43 PM   #4
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Great model! but personnaly, I prefer the new Dreadnought model, looks more like a tank.

A quick technical note: there is noone inside the dreadnought, only a brain/head. If I remember right, its an honor for a spacemarine who is about to die to be transfored to the dreadnought where he can serve the emperor for another day.

I used to really like the WH40K background but since they switched their target audience to the kids and made everything for a G rating, it kinda sucks. In the good old days, the primarch of the Blood Angels was a vampire and they switched it for an angel. Kinda lame IMHO...

Great work and I cant wait to see it animated!
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Old 19-08-2004, 05:19 PM   #5
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Nice modelling!! Looks very nice!! Good job!
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Old 19-08-2004, 05:34 PM   #6
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Thanks all!

Mantat: I didnt realise they changed the design till I started looking for references on the web (couldnt find any of the old design)!! This type of Dreadnought suit could fit a whole body - but only in the foetal position, suspended in a protective amniotic jelly!
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Awesome man... can't wait to see more of it. 8-)

I'm all about the Chaos myself...if it's not obvious from my name. 8-) I've got a figure of a Lord of Change that I may do sometime soon.
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i love it,
great work, good to see a classic!
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Update: Model complete to scale - started the textures only got as far as weapons and the face!









I havent decided on the main colour scheme, so I'll go with the worn metal look on the rest of the main body parts for now.

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The bolters look great man!! Have you thought about giving him some kind of close combat weapon?
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Thats amazing! Gr8 work!
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Some quick renders - the torso is nearly complete - need to work on the textures of the engines -









I'll change the colour of the spheres that the Arms rotate on to match the body colour. I tried a sort of blued look to the exhaust - gonna have to work on that as its too pink! :p

I'll also change the lighting to get some better renders tomorrow to pick out the details.

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Hi,

Do you manually lay out uvs on this many parts, or do you just paint in a 3d package?

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The blue'd look to the exhaust would be cool---it would seem as though it was burning oil, lol. That or either a really smoky black exhaust. 8-)
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Looking good! :tup:
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