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RoboCop 2

I have always been fascinated by the design of RoboCop 2: detailed like crazy, powerful, sturdy and unbreakable. He looks like he could withstand anything.

Needless to say, the work on this guy has been a long-term project. I ended up putting in countless hours on him, but I do not regret it. He truly is the most bad ass thing ever created for film. Tippet Studio really did create an unimaginable piece of machinery. Fantastic work, you guys!
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RoboCop © Orion pictures.

Modeling and rigging: Blender
Rendering: LuxRender
Texturing: Substance Painter

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ED-209

This is the famous guy from RoboCop. He was one of the first things I modeled years ago when I needed something to practice on. When modeling was done I just moved on the next thing, not making any textures for him. Later on after I learned texturing, I have been working on ED on and off. It has been a long time with many long breaks but finally the guy is done. Ah, those sweet gorgeous legs of his smile  Right-click the slideshow and ‘show image’ to see full res.

This is fan art, it is based on a copyrighted design. That’s why the blend file and the rendered images are licensed with a non-commercial license. You are still free to use it but not for any commercial work.
RoboCop © Orion pictures.

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26MB, modeling: Blender 2.72, rendering: LuxRender 1.4

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Hatay Tank

This is the Hatay tank from the excellent movie Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade. I have always liked its design because it’s so different. And slow. And noisy. And big and heavy. It’s a beautiful piece of engineering.
The tank in the movie was built from scratch based on one of the first tank designs, the Mark 8 used in World War 1.
Usually I don’t waste my time on anything related to the military but this is an exception. I like the design of the tank and the movie too much.
Things got a little bit out of hand with the textures so this whole thing is 391MB. Background and wood textures are from ImageAfter, the rest are created in Gimp.

This is fan art, it is based on a copyrighted design. That’s why the blend file and the rendered images are licensed with a non-commercial license. You are still free to use it but not for any commercial work.
Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade © Paramount Pictures.

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233MB, modeling: Blender 2.7, rendering: LuxRender 1.3.1

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Hatay Tank 3

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