Some of my 3D renderings
Here you can see some 3D renderings I made over the years. I started with 3D studio2.2 (under DOS ;) I had to buy a whole extra 4mb ram to make it run on my 486DX at those days so I had 8mb total :) wow. I was 15 at the time, but it took me 2 years to figure it out without books/internet or any help.
I would say I have quite a bit of experience by now, but I prefer to limit myself to manmade objects. If you are interested in having some renderings, animations or animated gifs made let me know.
These are my oldest 3D pics I could find, a Pc tower and my interpretation of Jules Verne's Epouvante, a vehicle that can drive ,fly, swim and dive. Someday I would like to build a R/C model of it. However I don't think it is realizable as a real vehicle. Life-support would make it too heavy.
What would 3D be good for if you couldn't get it out of the computer. And a mill is one of the cheapest ways to do this. Of course this is rather limited unlike a 3Dprinter or stereo lithography machine.
Kimagure Orange Road ABCB in 3D
3D reconstruction of the ABCB bar of KOR
3D animated movie about mars I made once( unfinished)
3D rendering of Freds ultrasound scanner project
3D rendering of a small museum I had to design once
Energy drink Hormone
3D rendering of a funny energy drink idea I had, Homone energy
How to format your brain, another crazy idea I had for a Drink brand
A 99% exact 3d model of a brilliant cut diamond, rendered with rayman
One hand bottle opener
Train station signs
Recycling can compacter garbage
My first koizumi entry
My second koizumi entry
Dark way UV excape marking
My other second koizumi entry
Modular mouse for PC
Water fountain game
Construction of a Knot made of plaster.