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  1. #1
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    Da Vinci – Paddle Boat


  2. #2
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    I really like the presentation of the last image.
    Good work.

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    nice work, I've never seen this design of his before. turned out very well
    elevating to new levels of knowledge (that's the plan at least )

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    Nice model. But the wont work you need to remove one of the drive gears. unless you wanted it go in circulars

  5. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by brislin View Post
    Nice model. But the wont work you need to remove one of the drive gears. unless you wanted it go in circulars
    Take a closer look at the third image.
    "It's most impressive when it's least expected."

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    Cute model, I really like the rendering

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    update




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    Quote Originally Posted by brislin View Post
    Nice model. But the wont work you need to remove one of the drive gears. unless you wanted it go in circulars

  9. #9
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    update

    Da Vinci’s Paddle Boat: from an Animated 3D design to an Exact Replica.

    http://blog.sculpteo.com/2012/04/21/...exact-replica/

    DaVinci 3D Exhibition.



    The entire National Museum of Science and Technology “Leonardo da Vinci” was hosted a collective of young unestablished designers under Tom Dixon’s MOST exhibition.
    The talk around town discussed how MOST design festival’s context did the Designers block exhibitors favors, good green designs shining a lot at this year’s show.
    Several 3D Experiences created with 3DS 3DVIA Studio were presented for the first time during the event, including:

    The Paddle Boat interactive experience where the complete concept as well as mechanics are explained in a very beautiful 3D context.
    Those of you equipped with Xbox gamepads will also be able to play with it.

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