Under the guidance of David Scheunemann, Production Designer, and Dan Hermansen, Art Director, I had the opportunity to work on an exciting project involving two working Oshkosh Hemtt trucks. The objective was to transform these trucks into fully operational vehicles that met the desired aesthetic, stunt safety requirements, and special effects specifications while also ensuring compliance with the maximum width and height regulations for street use.
Throughout the project, I made significant contributions to bring these vehicles to life. I developed 54 detailed 3D models, capturing every aspect and intricacy of the desired design. Additionally, I created 27 Construction Detail Drawings, providing precise instructions for the modifications required to achieve the desired looks and ensure stunt safety. To aid visualization and discussions, I produced 36 render images, enabling the team to explore different angles and lighting conditions.
Utilizing the power of 3D printing, I crafted 81 parts to assemble a fully functional "Convoy Truck" at a 1/4" scale. This attention to detail and accuracy allowed for a realistic representation of the final product. Furthermore, I created nine meticulously designed 3D models that were utilized by the Visual Effects team to enhance scenes and seamlessly integrate virtual elements.
Working on this project was a rewarding experience, and I am proud to have played a role in creating these impressive vehicles.