Thanks for all the entries in last weekend's wheel challenge.
This weekend, I thought we should get away from it all. So I've modelled for you an aircraft cabin (economy of course, I'm not made of money here). It is modelled in Blender 3D and textured in Adobe Substance Painter.
What will you do with this scene? Will you create the start of a happy holiday, or something else entirely ?
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I zipped through this one! 😜
Nice idea and well done 🙂
Thank you, Dave!
was that Super Ted?
He must have been desparate to rush that fast and break through the toilet door !
Graham and Dave,
I am afraid Ted never saw the door coming (up from behind).
Maybe owing to unlateralized vision, ever since the very first glance, my eyes are drawn to the (speed striping/motion blur of the) rather fast rolling carpet (clearly visible all the way across but especially undisturbed and therefore conspicuous) in the middle, forming a very efficient/relentless aisle whence the passengers need to throw themselves into the (hopefully right) seats.
Here is the contraption setup for the Ted shoot (I only thought of taking the photo after the door was smashed):
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Happy Travelers (with plenty of room for social distancing) on the flight that will lead to exciting new adventures for all
Nice job with the perspective this week Jane 🙂
My travelers get by with a little help from their friends, Dave, to paraphrase the song.
after a grip into my magic box I found the airplane sunken in a magic world. Here is provided all - thanks your and my granddaughters help - what I'm able to perform in the moment. :-)))
... and the waves are stolen from Trevors kayaker!!!
Hans - it's great to hear you got your granddaughters help. The young imagination is a wonderful thing 🙂
she is with us at the moment and is waiting impatiently for number 95! 😄
It is there now Hans 🙂
Your granddaughters have a lovely imagination. My granddaughters contribute from time to time on SFTW using Adobe Draw on the iPad.
I assume thats all toliet paper
A sort of combination of this week's theme and the shopping trolley from a couple of weeks ago.