Animation of the Week: Simon Williamson’s C-Class SIT-P Racer

by | May 21, 2013 | 0 comments

Our minds were recently blown by the incredible renderings and extreme detail in a recent Customer Spotlight on Simon Williamson. He continues to amaze with new work that shows just how detailed his models can be. He shared his latest Rhino modeling with KeyShot rendering in the forums this week, with shots and an exploded view build animation that is sure to blow your mind again. Here are a few more shots of Simon Williamson’s C-Class SIT-P Racer and the KeyShot animation.

Simon WIlliamson’s C-Class SIT-P Racer

Simon created the top view of the Racer build, bringing hundreds of components together over the span of :32 seconds. It’s a quick animation, but no less impressive. The images below are a collection of other shots you can find on Simon’s Behance page.

C-Class Sit-P Racer from Row 0 on Vimeo.

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