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Iñigo Valentin
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Just got myself a Raspberry Pi.

First project: A four speed engine. Cool!

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Just got myself a Raspberry Pi.

First project: A four speed engine. Cool!

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Blend file with the gear from "The Soldier, the Coward and The Charlatan" available to download for free!

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T-EDDY

Small parts. Not for children under three years.

Free Blender project file and behind-the-scenes images in the link below!

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Piano Room

This is the scene I've been working on lately.

The piano is modeled after the Steinway D274, but there are many differences between the model and the actual piano.

Hope you like it!
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Every Blender user, I think, wants to someday try and make a short movie to test his/her skills. After something like 12 years using this amazing sofware I finally give it a try and spent two months on a single video project.
I consider the result not to be too ugly and somehow it is close to what I wanted. But it is just too much work to make even a "short" film on your own on your spare time and I definitely lacked motivation at some point.

Well I hope you like it as it is. As for me, I'll go back to stills for a while.

Edit : If you want more detail on the plot, look at the video description on YouTube.

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Finished the BR86 Steam Locomotive!

It is an old German locomotive, BR86 model, which was used between 1928 and 1943. 775 units were produced, and the ones not destroyed during World War II were transferred to other countries after the war as compensation. The last one in service was discharged in 1980. This is a scene of one of them, rusty and long forgotten.
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W.I.P.

A new scene I'm working on. 

The BR86 is an old German steam locomotive, which was used between 1928 and 1943. 775 units were produced, and and the ones not destroyed during World War II were transferred to other countries after the war as compensation.

This is a scene of one of them, long forgotten and rusted.


The model of the locomotive itself is based on a model I did previously, but the topology was such a mess I had to redo almost every single piece of it if I wanted to unwrap the UV maps, but still it has helped to have it as a reference.

I will be posting updates now and then.
Hope you like it, and, as always, eager to hear your comments and critics!
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The render of a scene I've been working the last couple of weeks.

I'm calling it finished, but still any tips or critics will be much appreciated.

Hope you like it!
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