Nemo Nautilus submarine Fan Art

  • March 09, 2020
  • Blender 2.7x
  • Render: Blender Internal
  • Creator: panko10
  • License: CC-BY
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This is a model of Nautilus, the legendary submarine as presented in 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea 1954 American Technicolor science fiction-adventure film. Nautilus was the fictional submarine,and described by Verne as "a masterpiece containing masterpieces" ship. It was designed and commanded by Captain Nemo,who was mysterious scientific genius figure, roams the depths of the sea in his submarine. Nautilus,which built in pieces all over the world and shipped to the builder, was quite a large ship, 70 meters (230 feet) long and 8 meters (26.2 feet) wide.Its top speed was 93 km/h (50 knots) In the 1954 film adaptation of the first novel and in The Return of Captain Nemo, it is suggested that Nautilus is powered by nuclear energy (discovered by Nemo himself), and that Nemo uses the same energy to destroy Vulcania, Nautilus's base island. Unlike modern naval submarines the interior includes large elegant rooms furnished with fine art, museumquality artifacts, furniture, and carpets. Now, regarding the above 3d model,i create it from blueprints an images from internet. It has simple materials,so you can paint it or uv as you like.The model doesn't have rivets,and the reason is that i havent found an easy way to put so many in it.If someone can add rivets to the model in any way,please inform.Thanks,and i hope you injoy it.


  • cliffnhansen42 profile picture

    This is wonderful! I love it! I think for rivets, you would probably just be fine with a displacement map. I might play around with a few things and see if there's anything worth sharing with you.

    Written April 04, 2020
  • panko10 profile picture

    Thanks a lot man.

    Written April 04, 2020