Jonathan Dieter: Locks in the classroom – 2018

For the sixth year now, our grade nine students have been doing 3D modeling using Blender. We ran late this year, but the final locks were finished a couple of weeks ago, and they’re finally ready for publishing. As this is my last year in the school, this will most likely be the last of this series of posts. So, with no further delay, here are the top models from each of the three grade nine classes (click on the pictures for Full HD renders).

First up is a lock on a cash-laden safe



Lock by Najib – CC BY-SASource

 

Simple and pleasant to look at



Lock by Joelle – CC BYSource

 

This next one is nicely integrated into the background



Lock by FadySP – CC BY-SASource

 

Another safe, but why is my picture in it?



Lock by Univirus – CC BY-SASource

 

Excellent choices in his textures



Lock by Abi Haidar – CC BYSource

 

I think this padlock is wearing camo



Lock by Buhler – CC BY-SASource

 

I like the color choices in this lock



Lock by Joanne – CC BY-SASource

 

The attention to detail in this is impressive!



Lock by S. Moon – CC BYSource

 

The next question is… Why?



Lock by Diab – CC BYSource

 

Excellent use of physics to make the chain hang over the edge of the table



Lock by Abi Hachem – CC0Source

 

And, finally, a video of a swinging lock that makes excellent use of Blender’s physics engine!

Youtube video

Lock by Hadi – CC BYSource


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