Train Compartment (Old Fashioned)

  • July 03, 2016
  • Blender 2.7x
  • Render: Cycles
  • Creator: Aryn
  • License: CC-0
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The objects in this blend are fairly low-poly and use a lot of modifiers (most train parts are 2-way mirrored, so only a quarter of the train was modelled). This hopefully allows for some more flexibility when editing it and makes it more useful overall. Most of the textures are my own. The image textures for the paintings are photographs of Bob Ross style paintings by my talented mother. I modelled this with the intention of using it in a short horror scene - zombies on a train ;) Feel free to use it however you like. There's no need to give any credit, but I'm always excited to hear about how you incorporate it into your own projects of course. I hope it'll be useful to some.


  • DaedalJS profile picture

    nice model. up voted. i think it would have been nice had the mirror modifiers been left visible. i kept having to check to make sure i got them all turned back on when i was checking it out. not really a big deal but i kept worrying that i missed something lol

    Edited July 05, 2016
  • Aryn profile picture

    Thanks for the feedback. I turned them off to make it easier to edit. I tend to turn off most modifiers when editing, but that's probably subject to personal preference.

    Written July 05, 2016
  • 007s profile picture

    well done! thnks!

    Written July 12, 2016
  • estrellita80 profile picture


    Written July 26, 2020
  • iimaxngo profile picture

    reminds mw of harry potter

    Written August 21, 2020
  • blair profile picture

    that looks really awesome! I tried to import it into blender but it doesn't show up. Am I doing something wrong?

    Written September 30, 2020
  • Aryn profile picture

    Hi. Does it not show up at all? I turned the mirror modifiers off to allow easier editing, so only a quarter of the compartment should show up. You can make it all show by turning them back on again.

    Written October 01, 2020