Lego Truck 4838 â€“ Main Model
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I should have called them "Lego Bonus Models" :-P.
Most of the pieces were from previous Lego's Models, so, I only needed to create a couple of new bricks, better lighting and that was about all.
Your lego character are also great. I was thinking in using it as a base for my lego library, if that is ok with.
Also I think blendswap removed my lego library :-P.
Hello, luis! I have to ask- do you model your bricks from scratch, or do you import them from Ldraw? If you import them from LDraw, it will save you a massive amount of time and effort. Trust me- I speak from experience.
I do made every single piece from scratch. If you look at them, the pieces are very clear and blender-like, 1x1 pieces matches perfectly one blender unit. Also the model I am focused right now (Racers) have a limited use of non basic pieces.
Also, it is a good excersice to model a piece and it also fun.
Though I migth consider using L-Draw in the future.
personally, I prefer Lego Digital Designer to LDraw, It actually works like legos and is easy to use. Do you manually place them in blender too? Do you use a snapping tool or something?
Great work, luis!