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April 9, 2012
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This is the 3D Turntable version of my Steampunk World Desk Decoration [link] , made in ActionScript 3.0 with the same code i made the others. This time, i add a little animated gif in the preview, cause i finally found out how to use scrips in photoshop to take out all the repetitive work of joining the individual renders in one animation file, and it really great when that finally works out. Hope you like it.

Instr: Use de mouse to turn the model around

- The model made in 3d Max 9 with some ZBrush 4.0, Texture in PS CS2
- Rendered in 3d Max 9 with MR + FG, Composite in PS CS2
- The Turntable made in Flash CS4 + AS 3.0, preview in PS CS2

The Original Render : [link]
You can get a real-life version in [link] (small) or [link] (big)
Others Turntable Renders:
- Teripo Creature: [link]
- Centurion Pawn: [link]

Esta es la version en mesa giratoria de la figura del Mundo Steampunk que hice [link] , hecho con ActionScript 3.0 con el mismo codigo que he estado usando en los anteriores. Esta vez, agregue un gif animado como preview, porque finalmente encontre como hacer funcionar los scrips en photoshop para quitar todo el trabajo repetitivo de estar uniendo los render individuales en una sola animación, y es realmente genial cuando finalmente funciona. Espero que les guste.

Instr: Usar el Mouse para girar el modelo

- El modelo esta hecho en 3d Max 9 con algo de ZBrush 4.0, la textura en PS CS2
- Rendereado en 3d Max 9 con MR + FG, Compuesto en PS CS2
- La Tornamesa 3d en Flash CS4 + AS 3.0, la imagen previa en PS CS2

El Render original esta en [link]
Para obtener una versión real del modelo [link] (pequeño) o [link] (grande)
Para ver otras Tornamesas:
- Creatura Teripo : [link]
- Peon Centurion : [link]
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Earth-Balm Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2014
Nice work!
dimodee Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2012  Student
That is amazing!... I wish u couldve put small islands but that would be too fragile to implement it on the globe. Anyways, good job! :)
MacBurrito Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks man :)! i originally planed to put some of the small islands, but the requirements for the 3d printer didn't let it cause they were too small... even though i haven't send it to print yet... :D
SAKURASASUNO Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
this is very intresting i wish i could make it but i can not my falt i skiped enginering in my corse
black3825 Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2012
Can the real life version spin around, or is it one solid piece?
MacBurrito Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It would be great, but since the 3d printing is not a exact stuff, i didn't know how to make it so it can spin without risking that the pieces wouldn't fit.. so, sadly it can't... it's just a solid piece.
black3825 Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2012
Darn, well. Better than nothing.

Now you would need an entire gear tabble to make it spin.
tomla134 Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
that is amazing!!
MacBurrito Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks man! Im glad you liked it!!
Athey Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
The first thought I had when I saw this was that it would be incredibly cool if it was 3D Printed ( so I could have one, sitting on my desk. Unfortunately, it would have to be made very small, or else it would cost a fortune. lol.

In any case, just a thought for you to consider. It's free for you to setup an account with shapeways, and it's not that complicated to get the 3d model set up for their exporter. You could put it on there and see if anyone buys it. I've got a number of things up there and people are always randomly buying things (I've got a companion cube die that's rather popular - it's like a $7 profit every few weeks - nothing much, obviously)
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