A model as part of my MSc Work, of a Medieval Refuse Bin.
Created based on Archaeological references in Lightwave 9.6 and Rendered in Vue 9 Infinite.
The second of two map reconstructions of the town of Norrköping, this time 80 years later in 1719.
The difference in the town from the previous upload of mine, Norrköping 1640 is really very prominent due to the fact that it had burnt to the ground somewhere imbetween.
This map reconstruction shows the state of Norrköping shortly before it was raised to the ground again by the invading Russian Army.
The town burnt down a number of times afterwards as well, leading to the banning of wooden houses.
Each block represents a settlement area/block. Eventually im hoping to reconstruct the buildings with as much accuracy as possible on these maps, but for now its more as an architectural model than anything.
The weird star thing in the corner is a fort.
A basic reconstruction of Norrköping in 1640 based on maps made available, very kindly, by the Norrköping Kommun.
Modelling in Lightwave 9.6, final renders in Vue 9 Infinite.