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Concept Design: Jules Verne’s Nautilus 9 “Availible for Sale”

The Nautilus


Is now available for CGI artists on Foundation3d on-line Store (link below) only in Lightwave 3d format (lwo) at this time and also hosted on Gumroad

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© Gerard Duffy

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© Gerard Duffy

The purchaser may use this for profitable gain through Artwork, Animation, Book covers, Prints etc, 3D-Printing this model is expressly forbidden. Both links opens in a new window


Link to 3DModel on GUMROAD
https://gumroad.com/l/JBIju

Hosted also on Foundation 3d Store
Link to 3DModel on FD3D

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Concept Design: Jules Verne’s Nautilus 6

The Nautilus is finished.


Next to do is to see how well it can be 3dprinted next week.

(it cannot be 3dprinted a nightmare)

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Concept Design: Jules Verne’s Nautilus 5

The Nautilus getting a reworked “Raker”


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I debated for a while about introducing the “Raker”. but I feel that it would be useful for protecting the Pilot house a little when ramming ships as it is the Nautilus mission when Professor Arranox first encounters Captain Nemo.

None the less, it is nearing it end (thankfully), it is not easy to design at all. to designers out there that visit this blog (if any).. I take my hat of to you.

Concept Design: Jules Verne’s Nautilus 4

Update on the Nautilus


I don’t have much time for 3d at the moment , but I was able to have a day or so to finished of the dreaded Nuts and Bolts around the Hull, this is not fun and I will not be repeating them any-time soon.

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Concept Design: Jules Verne’s Nautilus 1

Concept Design: Jules Verne’s Nautilus


Here is my new and latest design, again I am doing the Nautilus but with less attention to Harper Goff’s Disney design and giving a more basic design, It is still in WIP stage and other details need to be worked out..

Slightly longer than the 70 meters length and the 8 meters width as mentioned in the book “Jules Verne,  20000 Leagues Under the Sea”, the extra is taken up by the Spar, Rudder and side Planes, but the shell of the hull is 70 meters.

The Salon is ten meters long, six meters wide, and five meters high.

Gerard