in Art Love It 3D Modeling by woodywood143 June 2, 2017, 6:45 pm 115 Views 20 Votes 18 Comments Share Tweet Pin This is a 3D model I created using various CAD style programs. These are intended for Video game and Film use. They can be animated and rotated to be viewed from any position. Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 20 points Upvote Downvote Share Tweet Pinstylevideo Written by woodywood143 18 Comments Leave a Reply Love this Log in to Reply Thank you Log in to Reply Hey Woody! As usual you have created awesomeness with your 3D work! Log in to Reply Thank you and its nice to see you here Log in to Reply Very nice Log in to Reply Thanks Log in to Reply very nice!!! Log in to Reply Thank you Log in to Reply You need to get a 3D printer and make me one of these! 🙂 Log in to Reply I was talking to a friend who has one, unfortunately the software I use is not compatible with the printers out there. Im a old Dog and new tricks are not on the agenda right now lol Log in to Reply This is GORGEOUS!! I can’t believe it’s a digital art, it looks so real! I remember using very basic CAD program when I was in college, I totally forgot how to use that and what I learned, but I just think your work is really amazing!! I read that you are a self learner too. GREAT!! Log in to Reply Thank you I started experimenting with this back in 1999 and this is where Im at today. Lots of mistakes along the way the way, But I have developed my style and Im pleased with it. Log in to Reply So cool! Log in to Reply Thank you Log in to Reply I planning to start learning 3D modeling. Can you recommend me some good program for that? Log in to Reply Yes, a very simple one that will get you familiar with the basics is called Wings3D. Its a free download and a real small program. There are some videos with basic instructions on Youtube. Log in to Reply Great job. You are a genous Log in to Reply No, this s just trial and error over a 16 year learning curve. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.