Speed Modeling Challenge #39  Camping
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Speed Modeling Challenge #39  CampingSorry for the delay I got lost in the woods....
Here's the next challenge  Camping The rules:  30 minutes maximum modeling time  Unlimited preparation time for thinking, sketching, researching but NOT FOR MODELING  Community will vote for favorite submission at competition end  Multiple entries are allowed  Please provide a Wireframe, an Untextured and a Textured image of your model (800x600)  SketchUp output only  Please be considerate to members with slower connections when submitting images (800x600)  Any texturing should be done within the 30 minutes  As enthusiastic as some of you are about rendering, kindly refrain from posting any renderings in the gallery as they could solicit votes, remember this is about modeling, not rendering  Have fun! Competition closes on April 30th 2011  6:00 PM GMT There's a frontroom and a backroom....reverse faces
Re: Speed Modeling Challenge #39  CampingI'll start things off on this one...
Had been waiting for the new challenge... Hopefully do better on this one... Basic modelling finished in around 25 mins.. Spent the rest in tweaking some things and deciding the colors... Re: Speed Modeling Challenge #39  CampingWell, I've finally decided to try my hand at this. Picked up 3d modeling less than a year ago, and finally got confident enough.
Anyway, here's my attempt. Did as much detail as I could and still bring it in under the wire. My forte seems to be detail, rather than speed though. Re: Speed Modeling Challenge #39  CampingHi, The following is my contribution.
I could not finish texturing in time, so no textures. After I finished the model I submitted to the warehouse. The original is available at http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/details?mid=9d484119cb2f045b1db371a7790f5b1e By the way it is poison ivy, relevant to camping in several parts of the USA. Re: Speed Modeling Challenge #39  CampingI'm afraid this is the best I could manage in 30 minutes but important to participate.
Burt
Stormvisions Re: Speed Modeling Challenge #39  Camping10 min. max. I made it a face me component too
Re: Speed Modeling Challenge #39  Campingcharming. . .
If I make it look easy. . .then it probably is.
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Agreed. Share after the competition? 
SketchUpNoobie: the complete noob in all things SketchUp. Re: Speed Modeling Challenge #39  CampingI can't tell the wood from the trees
There's a frontroom and a backroom....reverse faces
Re: Speed Modeling Challenge #39  CampingThis little guy Looks like he's waiting his turn as well. If I make it look easy. . .then it probably is.
Re: Speed Modeling Challenge #39  CampingHere my attempt... not detailed, but made "on the fly", and made out of my (poor) memory
Only "pure" SketchUp, no plugins. Last edited by rocorona on Sat Apr 23, 2011 7:23 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Well, have you ever shat in he woods? Re: Speed Modeling Challenge #39  Camping great expression on the guy's face but his posture seems a bit weird if he is doin that...
Re: Speed Modeling Challenge #39  CampingI thought he was 'pitching his tent' or getting aroused?
There's a frontroom and a backroom....reverse faces
Re: Speed Modeling Challenge #39  CampingEnter: JBantha!
greet1 My very first post so far i can recall1 Anyway, my submission SketchUp 8, Bubble skin, line2cyl. I've never camping, so I've used inspiration from Camp Lazlo by the way, the 30 minutes challenge is a bit exciting! >w< Re: Speed Modeling Challenge #39  CampingThis is my third attampt to post this basically because I'm a bit stupid sometimes. Not totally happy with this result but as it gets colder in my little part of the world this is what I am thinking when I am thinking about camping...
it's a beautiful night  you can almost see the stars
Re: Speed Modeling Challenge #39  CampingHere's another try at the axe. Felt sure I could do better in 30 minutes but took most of that time just to do the head. I ended up making a quick cylinder and using the Shape Bender plugin to make a quick handle. Some weird faces on it but that's that.
Burt
Stormvisions Re: Speed Modeling Challenge #39  Camping4 more days until this one ends. Hop to it campers!
Re: Speed Modeling Challenge #39  CampingCouldn't resist...
There's a frontroom and a backroom....reverse faces
Re: Speed Modeling Challenge #39  CampingNice one Rich..! Care to share the modelling technique for the curved part of the head of spatula?
@ Eric: Please could you share the modelling technique of your fish of the previous challenge.... Re: Speed Modeling Challenge #39  CampingNicely done Rich. I'm amazed by the stuff in these challenges threads done in 30 minutes or under.
Burt
Stormvisions Re: Speed Modeling Challenge #39  Camping
Here's Boo's tutorial. 
SketchUpNoobie: the complete noob in all things SketchUp. Re: Speed Modeling Challenge #39  Camping
Yes indeed, thanks for posting the link John.
Re: Speed Modeling Challenge #39  CampingNice entries! I wanted to participate in this one but I haven't found the time. I still have 2 days, so maybe I'll find 30 spare minutes.
"Aquel que sacrifica un poco de libertad por seguridad, no se merece ninguna y terminará perdiendo ambas"
Benjamín Franklin. Re: Speed Modeling Challenge #39  CampingWhen is the voting guys? This topic was supposed to be up by yesterday i believe??
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