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Old 11-02-2011, 10:51 AM   #31
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Yer not liking the colour but loving the shape - but then this is not a textured challenge just model so don`t worry about the colour and keep doing what your doing time be a slipping away - should be back to mine 2mo so watch out hehehehe
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LOL thanks guys...I have given it a colour now that even I like...but as you say Tweety it aint the paint we are worried about...hope you get some good time in 2mor then mate!! I know you are good so you wont have any trouble.

Just about done I think for the external...just the props to go really...and a few bolts etc. Im sorta happy...still dunno though...hhhhhmmmmmmmm...interior next...recaro seat and a decent stereo LOL.

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Those stripes for me aren't really visually speedy, kinda like slimming (or not) stripes.
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Cos Im fat...I like slim...bahaha......none of the colours here will be used mate...that will be the only time I use refs...I will be using F1 boat schemes.
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I like the yellow scheme you have got going bullet1968. Reminds me of one of the vehicles from Disney's CONDOR MAN ( circa 1981. )
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$h!t Anthony. Your Zeebra looking really good
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LOL THX thats a bloody long time ago!!!! Thanks Joey LOL a zebra might have trouble swimming though! Cheers guys

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Props done...throw the crits and demoralise me LOL
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I hope you don`t take this the wrong way but foucas on model not lighting/texturing - another render another set of colours and reflection maps ??? - If you worry what peeps are saying about the colour go back to grey.
you must be wasting some much time on this and its not needed

They look quite nice if not a little painful to look at (trying to sort the model from the reflections)
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bahahahah tweety it takes me about 3 mins to muck around with the textures mate...they are already there and all I do is change the colour and tone...and flick a noise node on it....donna worry mate....Im VERY used to changing stuff really quickly....I do it a hundred times a day mate in Civilcad man...and that..trust me is bloody nightmarish. As soon as I change something I then have to go through the model and make sure nothing conflicts...ie manholes versus kerbs, pipes versus concrete plynths etc LOL.

Anyway here is the seat...just the belts to do.

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helps with an image, this one better Tweety?? not so bright...sorry
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rollcage....bedtime..Im giving it in for a few days I think...tired man.

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Yeah Bullet , Im not worried about textures on these at the end of the day as I stated in the opening post of the challenge - if its a speed machine to the letter then it will win the challenge

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LOL neither am I Jay...Im just playing it up mate....but it is nice to work with a little bit of colour at least...I only get to look at half a dozen colours at work and no 3D LOL...but yeh mate the model is on the move.

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Love the roll cage. are you going to model the instrument panels as well?
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Thanks TD...yep sure am...

here is the steering column...and wheel...instruments will go on the upp panel..all is electric over hydraulic controls.

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