Since I originally made my 3D sketches of the shantyboat, a few things changed, a few things forgotten about were remembered, and I’ve learned a lot about the boat’s construction. I wanted to reflect those changes in my 3D sketches.
In these renderings, you can see the addition of the head which bumps out on the aft porch a bit. Also, of course, the motor well and Mr. Johnson have been added.
Less evident is that I positioned the floor correctly 21 inches below the deck. I also resized and repositioned the windows.
Here are colored and textured versions of same.
What you can’t see from the outside is the bucket shitter in the head.
There you go. 3D rendering doesn’t make anything more real, but it does help me understand some of the challenges I’ll face when I start constructing the cabin.
Also, please note that I was unable to find a Queensland heeler 3D model for Hazel, so for now, the border collie continues to be a stand-in.
This is a rendering of you trying futilely to get on the boat while my 3D models callously look on unwilling to raise a finger to help.
UPDATE: I spent a ridiculous amount of time learning how to create 3D components from illustrator files. New rendering, now with more Hazel dog!