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VIntage Sewing Machine Blender/Hardsurface practice

Neija
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Neija polycounter lvl 5



Hey everyone, I wanted to share some WIP shots of my vintage sewing machine project. I got a little carried away with all the mechanical parts but I enjoy learning more and more about how a sewing machine actually works. I'm still struggling with the rigging, want to improve that. For the Highpoly I need to polish some of the parts on the top and then do the bottom mechanics properly, they are largely white box right now. I plan to bake this down and texture it to make it game-ready, but I won't care too much about keeping the polycount low as it's mainly a portfolio and blender practice piece.








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  • Ashervisalis
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    Ashervisalis veteran polycounter
    This is dope, you even modeled the interior and animated it! Good job!
  • jod13
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    That looks fantastic! Don't know whether you're going for an aged, beat up vintage machine, like something you'd find in a garage sale, or something all buffed and new looking, like a refurbished piece, but either way would look good. Love the retro colors :) 
  • Neija
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    Neija polycounter lvl 5
    jod13 said:
    That looks fantastic! Don't know whether you're going for an aged, beat up vintage machine, like something you'd find in a garage sale, or something all buffed and new looking, like a refurbished piece, but either way would look good. Love the retro colors :) 

    Thank you :) I haven't decided 100% yet but i got some cool references of signs of aging (miscolorations in the paint and metals, small chips and dust..). I think if i'm already on it i would like to push my texturing skills with this one too, so nailing those imperfections is probably a cool challenge. So i guess I'm leaning towards garage sale, but not unusable or destroyed :)
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