The Disney Parks Modeled in 3-Dimensions
A detailed study of the architecture, design, and function of the world’s most popular theme parks.
Made a few changes/updates recently to Disneyland's Main Street U.S.A. Train Station. The main structure has been pretty solid for a while, with only minor revisions as I adjust height, width, and depth of elements, but the ramps, stairways,...read more
We all know (assume) that the Disney Co. has no plans to expand the current monorail at Disney World. But have you ever wondered what it would take to make it look more like Walt's original plan? Here we'll study the costs and possible routes it might...read more
This is a private project in collaboration with a wonderful designer based in Colorado. I had planned on modeling the Arendelle Castle from Frozen at some point, but this project pushed it to the forefront and I'm glad for it. The first step was to screen...read more
Added corbels and the lower balcony to Tower #1. Looking for high resolution photos of these details to help me nail the exact design of molding and decos.
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2/2 - ...increasing the bend amount by 5 degrees each time.
Now I have a nice little family of curved monorail beam sections from
5 degrees up to 35 degrees.
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1/2 - Working on the first curved section of the Seven Seas Lagoon/Resort/ #MagicKingdom #monorail loop.
Making curved sections was easiest in #3dsMax, so I took a 100ft straight section, added a bend modifier to it, and copied it several times... https://t.co/krbisPpe9r