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31028-1: Sea Plane
Published 5 years ago
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Skim the waves at high speed with the 3-in-1 Sea Plane!

Skim the waves with the 3-in-1 Sea Plane! This cool aircraft features an orange, black and white color scheme, large propeller, engine detailing, navigation lights, tinted windshield and large pontoons for landing on water. Spin the propeller and apply the power. Thunder over the ocean surface and soar into the sky to perform cool aerial maneuvers and ocean landings. When you’re done flying, rebuild the Sea Plane into a powerful swamp boat or a super-fast catamaran.

- Features a large propeller, engine detailing, navigation lights, tinted windshield and big pontoons
- Check out the cool orange, black and white color scheme
- Skim over the waves
- Perform ocean landings!
- 3-in-1 model: rebuilds into a super-fast catamaran or a cool swamp boat
- Swamp boat can accommodate a minifigure
- Sea Plane measures over 1” (5cm) high, 3” (10cm) long and 3” (9cm) wide
- Swamp boat measures over 1” (5cm) high, 3” (8cm) long and 1” (4cm) wide
- Catamaran measuresover 3”(8cm) high, 3” (8cm) long and 1” (4cm) wide
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zanna
5 years ago
Nice images wlange
How did you render the wireframe?
wlange
5 years ago
I've used a trial and error approach based on information I've found online. There are various approaches to render wireframes, which I cannot describe in short, but I'm intending to do a tutorial on this (as well as a description on how to do clay renderings, which is comparatively easy to do).
zanna
5 years ago
I'll be happy if you will write a short tutorial
zanna
5 years ago
For the clay render is quote easy
just set every material to white rubber!
wlange
5 years ago
That would be even easier than my workflow. I do it in Blender, where you can override all shaders with a global one. This allows me to easily adjust the color, since the number of rubber colors in MB is limited (though one could still assign a solid color in MB and add roughness in Blender, such as I newly do for minifig wigs and arms). Then, at the backend, I have a few nodes to adjust the final appearance (i.e. control AO strength and overall contrast). Here a short video tutorial on this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=icxKQUwQT0k
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