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Computer modeled Sennheiser HD-600

post #1 of 8
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Had my first computer modeling class this semester and choose my favorite current headphones to model my modded Sennheiser Hd-600. Modeled in alias 2013 then rendered in Bunkspeed did not come out too bad for my first go around .. did a few different renders .. 

 

 

 

 

post #2 of 8

Your work is very good.  I really like it.  I would have easily given you an "A" for your work.  redface.gif

post #3 of 8

+ 2...A+

 

Would make a nice desktop wallpaper. biggrin.gif

post #4 of 8

Agreed - nice work, but it looks a bit strange for a headphone amplifier.wink.gif

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Agreed - nice work, but it looks a bit strange for a headphone amplifier.wink.gif

Thanks for complements guys and awhh crap !! on not putting in right fourm if moderator could move to right fourm would really appreciate it ....

post #6 of 8

Except for the headband pads, these look more like a HD 650 than a HD 600 in its current form.

 

Can I get a 2880x1800 to use as a wallpaper on my Retina Macbook Pro? ;-)

post #7 of 8

For a first it's pretty good. The cups are way too big though, and the headband pads aren't right. You're also missing a few key parts of the headphone, like the yoke joints.

 

Reminds me of when I modeled my 4AAA so I could experiment with custom color schemes. 

 

Reference...

 

Model. Excuse the poor rendering and lazy yoke joints, I lost the files a while ago and could never really finish it up.

 

 

 

This is the custom color scheme I came up with. I wanted to have my pair painted by custom cans, but they stopped replying to my emails for some reason...

 

Oh, and I use a combination of Blender and Google SketchUp Pro 7. Only used sketch on this though, since I didn't bother with proper rendering. 


Edited by takato14 - 2/22/14 at 12:44pm
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Originally Posted by Bocefuss4500 View Post
 

Had my first computer modeling class this semester and choose my favorite current headphones to model my modded Sennheiser Hd-600. Modeled in alias 2013 then rendered in Bunkspeed did not come out too bad for my first go around .. did a few different renders .. 

 

 

Actually the color makes it look like an HD650 :D (better, IMO - I just don't have the heart to paint over the blue-white marble finish unless it's chipped off anyway)


Edited by ProtegeManiac - 2/21/14 at 9:49pm
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