Malabo Airport

Malabo Airport

About ten years ago I flew to Malabo; a small island of the coast of East Africa. It was one of my most impressive flights. Like a opening scene of Jurassic Park; lush jungle, volcanoes, and beautiful clouds. After landing I spotted a wreck just next of the runway. It was left there some time ago. Time and the tropical climate had left its mark.

Modeling: 3ds Max
Rendering and Vegetation: Vue
Textures: Photoshop

Spycam

spycam
I stay in hotelrooms a lot. Every hotelroom has this airconditioning vent, usually just above the hallway in the room. With the technological advances of recent years, I do wonder sometimes, if there is a hidden camera looking through the gaps. If so, I’ve never noticed it.

I feel bad for the pervered filming me.. a sack of pale white skin and bones 🙂

Monet


Inspired by Monet I wanted to make a sketch in 3d. I knew from the start I was going to use a filter in post so I didn’t care for to much detail.

Build in 3ds Max and Vue. Used a filter for post.

Early Arrival


Inspired by the beautiful Scandinavian landscapes I build this image.

Using the same technique as the F16, I imported the model from Flight Simulator into Blender via 3ds Max to Vue.

I love the mix of vue with “traditional” 3d modeling. I didn’t do the modeling of the aircraft (I thank iFly for borrowing their beautiful model) so I have to come back one day to this image and replace the aircraft with one of my own. For what it’s worth.. I modelled the approach lights