Monday, December 20, 2010

Red Engine Vehicle Design with John Park and Albert Ng

Thank you John and Albert so much for such a rewarding class.  I learned so much and appreciate all the hard work you guys put in to helping us all.  I look forward to rendering out the projects I did for this class and continuing to design more vehicles and mechs for my portfolio.  I also want to thank, the students that made it all the way through the 8 weeks of class, I really learned a lot from you guys as well and was really inspired by all of your work.  I look forward to keeping in touch with all of you.  Here is the work that I have done for this class.

Thanks again,


 My vehicle is a South African military vehicle that is designed for D-9 part 2.  The main weapon on the vehicle is a gun attached to a extension arm that can rotate 360 degrees, reach over walls and around objects and has a higher viewpoint to see and shoot from.  The vehicle is opperated by 4-6 people and has 8 wheels because it drives through the slums.

I have some design changes that I am going to make for my final pass and I am going to render the vehicle out in 3/4 view and in action placed in a environment.  I will post that stuff when it is done for all of your feedback. 

My mech is a mech that works on a lava planet.  Its primary function is to direct the flow of lava and freeze lava walls that make the lava flow changes permanant, its secondary functions are to jack hammer and break up hardened lava rocks, move and lift heavy lava rocks and dig out and create new river beds. 


I have a few design changes to make to this mech and will render it out in 3/4 view and in action in its environment and will post those changes for you all to see.  Thanks for checking out my work.


  1. Thank you Gurmukh!!,

    Seriously can't wait to see what kinds of vehicles and Mechs you're going to start pumping out. It was an honor to have you as a student/friend. Hope to work with you in the future.

    Awesome design work as always.



  2. This 3D looks good, Gurmukh. I gotta learn 3D from my buddy!

  3. wOah! that 3d model looks pretty awesome! Im a tad late on this but it was Great to meet you and Justin the last week at school!

  4. Sweet work Gurmukh! Love the idea behind it.