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    Arctic Explorer idea

    Hi!

    Here's a design I've been working on these last weeks.

    I call it the "Arctic Explorer". It's supposed to be a mid-size diver, approx. the same size as the Longines Hydroconquest.

    I made 2 versions with the same case but different dials and bezels.

    VERSION A



    VERSION B



    What do you think? Do you like it? Which version do you prefer? What could I improve?

    Thanks for any input!

    (note: this watch will not be produced. It's just a design/3D modeling exercise)

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    Re: Arctic Explorer idea

    Definitely the first one- the dial seems cleaner and more legible, and i far prefer the look of the bezel on the first one. I guess i'm a sucker for smooth surfaces.

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    I love em both. They look wonderful. Spectacular designs.

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    Re: Arctic Explorer idea

    Thanks for the feedback, guys

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    Re: Arctic Explorer idea

    Another one, cleaner and with larger hands:

    VERSION C


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    Re: Arctic Explorer idea

    a few modifications...

    VERSION D




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    Re: Arctic Explorer idea

    Quote Originally Posted by Zarith View Post
    a few modifications...

    VERSION D



    I like version D!
    What software do you use for designing?

    Keep drawing!

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    Thanks for your comment Kumala

    I'm using Maxon's Cinema 4D to create these images.

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    Re: Arctic Explorer idea

    Quote Originally Posted by Zarith View Post
    (note: this watch will not be produced. It's just a design/3D modeling exercise)
    Version D.
    Your design, your decision, but it is worth to be made. Seriously!
    Renee Descartes walks into a bar, the bartender says 'sir can I get you a Martini ?', Descartes says 'I don't think...' and he disappears

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    Re: Arctic Explorer idea

    Here's the final version. I'll leave it as is...












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