3D Art | August 2016
There is a tiny, old town called Kuldiga in Latvia. In this town is a bridge that is also pretty old. In fact it has been standing there since year 1874. This is that bridge.
There are repeting patterns with a bridge like this, so most of the elements you just have to build once and replicate at certain distances, but still tricky enough to build. It was a fun little project.
Here you can have a look at some images of the bridge in real life.
Here are a couple of renders I did on the way just to keep track of the process:
1. The basic shapes and proportions
2. A bit more details on the sides
3. Railings added
4. Height and colors adjusted + road and sidewalks added
5. Lamps added - done!
Here is the model from various angles.
Here it is in the wireframe mode. It looks a bit messy because of the many edges the surface of the water has.
I have shared this 3d model on Dribbble, so give some love to this shot and follow me.
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Have a look at my previous 3d model -
Great Amber Concert Hall.