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Old 24-04-2006, 09:25 PM   #1
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This is a comcept car me and Hybrid plan to animate this car along with a car he made into an animation. The car has elements from Honda, Toyota, Ford, and Lotus as primary focus.
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Old 24-04-2006, 09:30 PM   #3
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Old 24-04-2006, 11:03 PM   #4
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The front bumper looked better when you had the mouth (grille) smaller (not as tall). From the other night when I saw it, it looked TOTALLY different. Looks nice tho.
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Didnt touch the front end from the last time you saw it.. only altered the taillights... so.. um.. yeah...

I think i might make a spoiler for it.
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kool. I like it.
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now i have the problem of deciding which car to model next or any alteration to this one. If anyone has any recommendation.
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Nice, but how about brightening things up a little, I can't see the model clearly. Good lighting can make a good model better, but bad lighting has the opposite effect.
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its seems there is to much reflectivity.

cheers to your car.
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Dilberts: I have been practicing with lighting quite a bit but this if my first render ive actually used something besides the default lighting. but i am getting better. I plan on going through the Farrari tutorial i have recently purchased.

13th Resident: I think it looks too reflective because its reflecting white instead of an image. When i experiment with HDRI it might look a little better.
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sorry the post above was me... Hybrid was still logged in on my comp though... Anyway heres what i typed. Forgot to delete the pic though.

"Been working on the car again and decided to redo the front bumper... since i redid the bumper i had to redo the light.. as long as i was redoing the light i had to redo the hood.. and well... yeah.

so now im going to work on the rear bumper. I already finished the front quarter panel(redid it) and i think im going to work on the door but i cant decide.. well see."
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cant wait to see this finished.

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