A-PAD Driod

Date: 04/15/2006 | Category: 3D

This model depicts a futuristic member of the police force; the Armored Pursue and Detain (A-PAD) Driod. This robot would essentially replace the need for police dogs; in that it cannot act independently, but upon "activation" would pursue and detain a suspect until further assistance arrived.

This was one of my first attempts at a high polygon model, coming in at a total of 275,000 polygons. The structure of the model is set to mirror the bones and joints of the human body, so the rigging was done using a standard Biped object in 3dsMax.