Sunday, December 16, 2007

Amazing LEGO TECHNIC raytraced images

Found sometime ago, a few and superb raytraces from some LEGO TECHNIC Models, and just remembered to share them here.



These and some more can be seen at Coby's website here, or here if you like to see similar raytraces for other LEGO themes, as well.


In case you decide to try something by yourselves, the LDRAW files for some of these models and others can be found under this Brickshelf folder.

There you can find other great raytraces for similar and complementary models. Click on the images below, to see them in full detail!


Get fun!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi, I'm a big legofan myself. Is that a building program? Where can I download it?

Btw nice pictures.

Conchas said...

Guess they were produced with the programs from LDRAW suite.
http://www.ldraw.org/

MLCAD for "building" and rendered through POV-Ray.

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