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Paper Art: Pirate Ship Restaurant—No. 09

Chicken of the Sea Pirate Ship Restaurant

Trader Sam

After nearly two years, I’m back to working on the model; life and other projects got in the way. If I’m away from a project for too long, I have a tendency to feel content to leave it. Worse, the screen capture software that I’ve been using (I’ve tried several) was utter crap. I didn’t want to progress the model too far without some videos, so I was discouraged from working any further.

Fortunately, I found OBS Studio. I took me several tries to get the settings right, but it works wonderfully. Other screen capture software was hard on my computer, and they interfered with Blender. OBS Studio doesn’t do that, so I can work much faster.

In this video, the ship is being broken down into its individual parts. Both the display stand and outer hull are broken down in this stage.

Questions? Ask them in the comments, and I’ll try to answer them either in a future video or in the comments below.

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—LINKS—

Visit the Disney Experience online:
http://www.disneyexperience.com

Music:
“Bedtime Stories” by Ross Budgen

Blender:
http://www.blender.org

Daveland reference photos:
http://davelandweb.com/chickenofthesea/

OBS Studio:
https://obsproject.com

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There are 2 comments.

  • Wolfgang Bessling:

    Hello Trader Sam ! ,
    Fine to know that you are back at work on the Pirate ship restaurant, i have followed the ,,old” videos about this
    ship very closely and i wondered what happend … Further good luck for your excellent work and I hope you can finish your ship soon.

    • Trader Sam:

      Thanks. I know that it’s been a while, but I spend a lot of my time working to help keep the lights on. As you can imagine, that doesn’t leave much time for creating new content.

      I have had to postpone the model again due to Halloween and some other things, but I promise that I’ll get back to it as soon as I can.

      As far as videos go, they pretty much cover the whole design process. I just limited it to the display stand. But, I have been — and will continue to — post update photos on Twitter, Facebook, and Google Plus.

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