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Been looking at weapons or items from x-men lately but nothing seems to be interesting to do. So, I end up creating my first environment design of the mutant conversion machine. From the name itself, this machine converts ordinary people into a mutant, changing their gene structure in the hope of activating mutant abilities. But the opposite of the goal was achieved, it turned out to be a killer machine.
This may not be the most challenging design to do so but for me, it was a good shot to try different styles and genres in autocad designing especially in rendering environments. Still, I didn't apply to generate render output on the last part of this design. My laptop can't keep with the gpu requirements because as of the moment, the graphics of my laptop is corrupted.
But anyway, here are the steps of my design.
First, I notice that the whole figure on the design is in circular shape. So I structured the outline by creating circles as its bases.
Then I start up by making the middle part.
Down to the lower part of the design.
Next, I made a circular design(ring) around the middle.
As you can see, it is not quite hard to remodel this mutant machine
The last part is the 2nd circular design but it is cut into 60% of the total ring area.
Finalizing the whole design and adding some extra details.
Applying colors and lighting for the final figure.
Do you have some ideas or things you want me to design? Comment them below and I will look into it. :)
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