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Batmobile

Keaton’s Batmobile is truly a fascinating design. Simple and elegant without any clutter, the vehicle took the movie industry by storm back in -89 and -92. Still to this day I think this design is the best of them all.

This is a re-render of an old model I made way back in 2012. It does have a tad different look than the vehicle in the movies and that’s because it’s based on a 1:35 scale model kit of the car. I fixed some embarrassing topology and made new materials for LuxCoreRender.

Download .blend file 9MB

Modeling in Blender. Rendering in LuxCoreRender. HDRI lighting from openfootage.net


Batmobile Keaton version

The Batmobile from the first two Batman movies, 1989 and 1992. The model is based on Bandai’s terrific 1:35 scale plastic model kit of the car so it has a little different look than the one in the movies. This was the very first serious model I did in Blender so topology and lighting (and everything else) is what it is. Blender 2.5 beta. Rendered with Blender internal.

Evan is using this model as base to create a paper craft of the Batmobile. How cool is that?
It’s also been used for camera tracking in Blender.

Download .blend file here

batmobile screenshot 1 batmobile screenshot 2
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