The challenge is to design something that the Makerbot (3D printer) can print out. I've already submitted a model and I'll continue to do so in the comming weeks. That Makerbot is such a great toy to have on your desktop!
A work-in-process model in Autodesk Mudbox. I really enjoy working with this software as it allows (dynamic) live modelling with easy-to-use tools. The (perhaps obvious) downside however, is that the model will always look muddy. I know that Mudbox isn't designed for these applications and because I feel that this project is taking too long, I'll only use the model as a reference for some photoshop renderings.
So I'd really like to hear what you think! Don't be too critical about the surfaces though ;)
Thank you for visiting my blog! I'm a car design enthusiast from The Netherlands. I set up this blog aiming to create a clean environment where I can share my work. I'll try to tackle various areas of (applied) arts. Since I'm still learning, feedback and other commentary is always greatly appreciated!