The Disney Parks Modeled in 3-Dimensions
A detailed study of the architecture, design, and function of the world’s most popular theme parks.
I've had some recent requests to colorize the original Disneyland Main Street U.S.A. Train Station blueprint. So last month, after attending the EarzUp podcast 100th episode event down in Anaheim, I got to work. As long as you have a decent paper or digital copy of a...read more
I had just finished three, or maybe it was four, semesters of 3D design in college. I capped the final semester with an independent study project that combined live action with digitally animated scenes. It was my first team project, and I was put in charge of all the...read more
The Disneyland Railroad Main Street Train Station may not have been the first model I worked on, but it definitely received the most attention to detail. From the very beginning, I had much more reference material to work with, including personal photos and a...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.
#disney #wdw #disneyworld #castle #architecture #sketchup #3d #3dprinting #waltdisney #orlando #cinderella #themepark https://t.co/fEPMynVlGC
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.
#wdw #disneyworld #3d #3dprinting #sketchup #florida #polynesianresort #grandfloridian #contemporaryresort #epcot https://t.co/09gFlO4zGW
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