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Robot Space Ranger BY-093

Modeling and texturing of a Robot inspired by Buzz Lightyear. The objective was to be original and make it lokk like a real functional robot.

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Update - 25 Nov 2022

Within the framework of a lesson, our instructor told us to create a robot from A to Z and participate to this contest. It is a big opportunity for me to see what I'm capable of and finally  apply what I learned.

My idea was to create a robot based on Buzz Lightyear and make it realistic. I wanted to keep the aspect of a space ranger and a toy. The challenge lies in the fact that it must be original and not just a replica of Buzz Lightyear. Also it has to be a functional robot, so I had to make it coherent (What is its prupose ? / How is it powered ? / How does its joints works ? / How does it fight ?...).

I hope you'll enjoy my work and do not hesitate if you have any comments or questions, I'll read them !


Software used :

- 3DS Max

- Substance 3D Painter

- Photoshop


I love details so I added :

- A HUD on the visor which indicates the percentage of remaining battery power, the height like in a fighter aircraft.

- All the welding

- Scratches on the part of the robot that could be used in a fight

- Oil and dust

- The crowd cylinder

- Stickers

- The Fluid in the battery

REFERENCES / SKETCHES

I had the idea to make it look like an insect / scarab to make it more original and the idea of an exoskeleton was completely relevent for a robot (with internal wiring and a sort of armor). And I wanted to add it a sword to make it more threatening !

References :

- Buzz Lightyear (Disney), Created by John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, Pete Docter and Joe Ranft

- Bugmech 002 Created by Thiago Almeida

- Buzz Lightyear Aasimar astral ranger, Created by MadManPocket23

- Scarab, Created by Jade Roger

Fisher-Price Imaginext Playset Featuring Disney•Pixar Toy Story Buzz Lightyear Robot

- "Hexagon Tiles" material on substance share (use for the head), Created by Ozan Önen


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