Detailed propeller thingy

  • May 02, 2016
  • Blender 2.7x
  • Render: Blender Internal
  • Creator: fouredgeddelta
  • License: CC-BY
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This is a wooden propeller i made. This is how most of WW1 propellers looked like. I jut was facinated when i saw one of these propellers and so.. i modeled one... Pls just klick dat sweet little heart to leave a like if you want me to share more technical stuff with you guys. ive credit dont kill anyone and stuff like that.


  • mmorao profile picture

    That's a nice hub.

    Edited May 05, 2016
  • sizzler profile picture

    Not to be nitpicky, but I am interested in WWI aircraft so I've looked at quite a few propellers. The propeller itself is usually laminated from multiple pieces of wood, so you can see the seams and grain changes. There should be somewhat sharp edges where the prop goes from the flat front to the curved blades, not perfectly smooth. Also, since the propeller was put on from the front, instead of bolt heads as you are showing, it's usually the ends of the bolts with nuts that were screwed on, that you would see from the front. You could bolt it on either way but it'd be way easier for the ground crew to do it the reverse of what you modeled. Here's a closeup showing the stuff I mentioned. Sorry, I'm just a WWI aircraft fan. :)

    Written May 05, 2016
  • fouredgeddelta profile picture

    Its ok but ya gotha know Im a guy who just wants to model his stuff im not good at aplieng texture or nodes by any means and yes youre right but it I just was lazy and wanted to be finished because im working on an update of my plane engine (I missed mannnnny things there) and im working on modeling ma motorcycle Thats not an great excuse buttttttttt yaa knowwww

    Edited May 10, 2016