Hey everyone! I’m excited to share my submission for the Endless Engines 3D Challenge created by Pwnisher.

For this challenge, I created a rather boring car model that is designed to carry small items on its roof and two passengers escaping from the would-be blown-to-pieces town. I wanted to create something that looked both simple and elegant, that doesn’t kill my already lack of computer resources to render just about anything.

To create the model, I used a combination of current 3D modeling add-ons, in this case, Traffiq by Polygoniq, and my own creativity. I started by sketching out some ideas on paper and then used Blender 3D to bring my ideas to life. The initial story and idea were a bit more rough and grungy, retelling the pre-event of an apocalypse. But, due to my lack of resources, I had to drop that idea and went for a simpler one, the simple and maybe boring version was the one that I finally submitted.

I used various techniques to create the car’s complex shapes and textures, including subdivision modeling and sculpting. I also added a variety of materials and textures to give the engine a realistic look and feel.

One of the biggest challenges I faced was getting the lighting just right. I wanted to create a dramatic and eye-catching image of the engine, but also make sure that all of the details were visible. After some trial and error, I found the perfect lighting setup that really brought out the engine’s best features. You can watch the breakdown in the video posted below.

Overall, I’m really happy with how my scene turned out. It was a challenging and rewarding project that allowed me to explore my creativity and hone my 3D modeling skills. I can’t wait to see all of the other amazing submissions for the Endless Engines 3D Challenge!

Thanks for checking out my submission, and I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed creating it!

If you’re interested in learning more about 3D modeling and design, there are plenty of great resources available online. From tutorials to forums to online courses, there’s no shortage of ways to improve your skills and unleash your creativity. So, what are you waiting for? Start exploring the world of 3D modeling today!