BMW R75 in 3d

Discussion in 'Gallery & Designs' started by mietek, Aug 31, 2007.

  1. mietek

    mietek Member

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    Hello all.
    I am new here. This is my first post here. I will present 3d model of BMW R75, a famous german wehicle of WWII. Sorry for my english.



    Regards
    Mietek

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  2. cgutzmer

    cgutzmer Guest

    Stunning! Can you tell me what weight paper this is? How many sheets? Model specifics? scale, designer etc...

    and I wish my English was as poor as yours ;)
    Chris
  3. mietek

    mietek Member

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    Hello
    This is computer generated model. I am working on it for a few weeks. I am going to make a paper model from that project. It would be in scale circa 1:8.

    Cheers
    Mietek
  4. cgutzmer

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    Holy cow!!!! you did this by yourself in a few weeks????? WEEKS??? granted its not paper yet but that is still really fast! Maybe you can share some of your tips with us on your design techniques :)
    Chris
  5. ninja_doc

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    What software do you use? I imagine you needed a good source of reference pictures as well...
  6. 72BMWR75/5

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    Wow. I want one. As you can see from my user name, I ride a '72 BMW R75/5 (with a 'Toaster' tank). I love Beemers.
  7. Amazyah

    Amazyah Senior Member

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    Now that would make one beautiful paper model!
    I sure hope you can color and unfold that baby!

    That sure is some really nice work!:cool:

    Russell
  8. kooklik

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    Very beutiful design. Alot of copper wire might be needed. Ahh very interesting model. Wait to see this design become paper.

    BR.
    ---- kooklik ----
  9. mietek

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    Hello.
    Thank for the nice words. I try making some instructions and unfolding parts. Here is a sample of the instructions drawing.
    I still need reference plans. I will makiing the model better.

    Regards

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  10. cgutzmer

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    Hey BMW - how about you throw a reference pic up here ;)
    Chris
  11. mietek

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    Hello again.
    And sample of unfolding parts.

    Regards

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  12. Lex

    Lex Dollmaker

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    Wooooo! Nice model and details!! We have another capable designer here ^^
  13. Amazyah

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    Look's like a Halinski model to me!!!

    You must have graduated from the Kooklik Design school!:mrgreen:

    Absolutely beautiful and professional work!:cool:

    Russell
  14. 72BMWR75/5

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    Yeah, gotta do that. Can't do it with my handheld. I'll work on it. I've got a nice pic of the bike parked next to my dad's '58 Impala.
  15. mietek

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    Thanks 72bmwr75/5.
    I wait for pictures from You. Is it possible to make pictures of the bottom of engine too?

    Regards
    Mietek
  16. 72BMWR75/5

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    Sure. It'll be a few days. It'll be a little different since it's more modern. I know a guy with a Ural motorcycle. That's pretty much a mid-40's BMW design. The Soviets didn't really change anything when the shipped the factory back to the USSR after the war. I'll try to get some pictures of it for you.
  17. Alcides

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    Very nice!!! What software are you using to modeling?
  18. Tunny

    Tunny Papermodeler

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    You're the best, man !
    Love to see it becomes true.

    PS: I think the front fender is a "little" big
  19. Kezn

    Kezn pwned in the dawn

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    stunning amazing :D
  20. mietek

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