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Dynasty Warrior Gundam III Trowa Render C:
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Just another piece of evidence of me playing around in photoshop... This is the RX-78 Gundam from the original Mobile Suit Gundam series, but rendered in 3d. I found the pic on google. ^_^

Disclaimer: The RX-78 Gundam and MS Gundam remain the property of Sunrise and Bandai.
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I found an old CD with some of my work on it and I found this render I made. The date on the file said it was saved in Feb. 2003. I enter this in a digital arts contest ran by the local newspaper. I made this model in 2002 in 3D Studio Max 4. This was made during my obsession with Gundam in 2002. I think this is pretty good considering I made this in 2002 and I didn't receive any formal training in 3D modeling until 2004. I wish I can find an animation I made showing this Gundam's 4 elaborate (elaborate at the time) wings folding in and out. Oh yeah, I made the other Gundam in the background as well, it's suppose to be an outdated model.
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GUNDAM My 001st gundam fan art

Finaly got around to doing some gundam fan art. I am a HUGE fan of Gundam 08th MS Team, its a great series/ story even its little anime pitfalls that plagues a lot of older anime don't ruin the overall story and epicness of it.

This is a completely original pose i penciled and inked in my sketchbook and then scanned, and shaded in photoshop.

Its a Gundam Seed series gundam, and I was meaning to do the classic Gundam from the 079 year model gundam (like on 8th ms team era) but anywho I thought this was pretty close and I found a good reference pic, I sorta added things here and there so its pretty original, i had reference but i drew the pose/ angle / pose completely myself.

Anywayz, not bad for my first drawing a Gundam ever. They are definitly tricky, but long as you pay attention to the designs and angles w/ some good reference its not too shabby.

I dont think I'll be coloring it, I like how this came out w/ greys.

GO GUNDAM!

Note I like how this came out, I might do a realy nice cleaned up full color fully rendered version of this sometime
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this is the destroy mode of the Predator Gundam (kimchijung.deviantart.com/art/… )

Destroy mode disengages the performance limiters on the Predator Gundam, and activates the NT-D system. Systems for using the heat rod and the beam scythe unlock, allowing the pilot to make use of these previously-unavailable weapons.

System features:
- NT-D
- optical sensor scrambler: this system is an experimental weapon designed to make use of the visual-reliant fighting mechanics of the universal century. The glowing areas of the psychoframe have been armed with this system, releasing a different kind of light along with the glow. Enemy optical sensors in proximity of this emitted light will have their outputs altered, rendering the Predator "invisible" to the pilots inside the units near the Predator. Those not within proximity of the predator (units at the back/cruiser ships/etc) will be able to see the predator. (this system doesn't actually render the gundam invisible but removes the image of itself from the view of enemy pilots within their cockpits.

Equipment:
- Compact beam magnum: uses similar technology to the Unicorn's beam magnum; fires 10 shots before e-cap needs replacing
- beam tonfa (located on the right arm) (hardly used, mostly for defense purposes)
- heat rod (located on left arm)
- 4 chest vulcans (ballistic)
- 2 Heat swords (Predator's main melee weapons)(becomes wings for increased mobility in Destroy mode)
- Devastator beam scythe (3 modes: scythe/axe/spear configurations)
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My favorite Gundam Wing character: Duo Maxwell!
This guy will send you to the fiery pits of hell, in style!


Render Sources: Google
Program: Adobe Photoshop CS3
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You can hit "download" to get a slightly larger version than is shown.
I hadn't quite noticed that the ol page views counter hit 50,000 recently. Whether people actually take an interest in Gundam or people only passed through, I appreciate the (potential) interest!

As explained, this mobile suit is capable of extending it's effective attacking distance by deploying detachable remote control wings, each possessing a beam weapon and it's own method of propulsion. The strange - butterfly shaped phenomenon present where the wings would sit is apparently a propulsion effect but has no offensive or defensive properties. This is verses the Destiny Gundam which uses a similar propulsion effect, but spreads Mirage Colloid (a fantasy particle which is essential in bending light/photon/electromagnetic attacks). The Strike Freedom apparently does not spread these particles and so this effect is just for show, while the Destiny can use the light bending effect, dubbed "Wings of Light" to confuse it's enemy. Many fans of Gundam in general will probably be able to draw lines between this technology and past Gundam shows (which take place in alternate universes).

The same Strike Freedom as before, except now the changes that I made to the wings are fairly visible. The image was made in 4 passes, 1 for Strike Freedom, 1 for the Dragoons, 1 for the Goufs/Zakus and 1 for the Earth/Space. After the 4 initial render passes in Lightwave, I proceeded to add milk and stir like hell in Photoshop. Instead of using the Lightwave native hypervoxels or any other sort of volumetric tricks in 3D I decided to just get some of the effects done in Photoshop -- that's what it's for I suppose.

Anyway, thanks for the views! :ahoy:

Software: Lightwave3D(Modelling/Rendering), Photoshop (mid/post process).

Gundam is (c) Bandai/Sunrise/Sotsu Agency
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Do all Giant Fighting Robots go to heaven?

This is my newest robot inspiration, Archetype Alpha, which for reasons beyond my comprehension I don't think I'm going to include int he SOL series. For those of you who watch Gundam you may notice that an Angel robot always show up eventually in most of the series. Eg. Wing had Wing 0, X had Gundam XX, SEED has Justice (or is Kira's Freedom?) even the UC timeline had some Angels, like the 3rd main robot in 0083 Stardust Memory. I just had to do my own take on this archetype becuase I don't have to follow Gundam design conventions!

This is a first draft so to speak. All the basic geometries are done, I just need to go through and do minor ajustments and details before I do my nice big final wallpapery rendering. For example, the vents in the chest still aren't there! Gasp!

I fully plan on doing an Archetype Omega eventually.
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Not expecting any favs on this one. I'm just putting it up so that everyone knows it's done. I've got so much to do this week it isn't funny so I'll probably be away for a while. Took almost 2 hours to render this one and I'm bushed. This is the Zaku II F2 as featured in Gundam 0083. There are other slightly different versions of this model which are easy to revert/change to from this model alone. That's why I love 3D...make one zaku and you've practically made them all (save aesthetic changes). Well, it turns out that I'm too lazy to do anything else with this image tonight so I'll just wait till I get the GP01 done and I'll try for a desert scene... other than that, it's a good suit to blow up near the Neue Ziel mobile armor whenever I get to it.....

Software: Lightwave 8.3 (modelling/ rendering), Macromedia Freehand (logos).

Gundam (and Gundam Wing) is (c) Sunrise/Bandai/Sotsu Agency
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credit to all other resources used
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