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Old 29-05-2006, 11:55 AM   #1
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Default Future eX-WIP Ferrari Enzo

Hi all,

Thought I would share some of what I am working on atm. Been trolling around the forums the past week or so. And bounced into a thread that I share a similar problem with the starter - that's not ever finishing a project.

So without further adieau, here is my next future eX-WIP:



Lots of work still to do. More smoothing, details, and just a bit more modeling. Havent decided if I will add an interior or what I plan on doing with the car when I finish modeling and texturing.
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Old 29-05-2006, 10:39 PM   #2
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SEEEEXXXXXXXXXXXXYYYYYYYYYYY!!!:attn:
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Old 30-05-2006, 12:52 AM   #3
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Heh, don't feel bad. I have only finished a single 3d project in my entire 3d life (2 years).

The model - very nice start!!!
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Originally posted by MattTheMan
Heh, don't feel bad. I have only finished a single 3d project in my entire 3d life (2 years).

The model - very nice start!!!
I think i know why i dont finish. . .because after i get into a project i realize how much time it will take to make whatever, correctly. and since i dont seem to have the real world pressured environment, when i become unhappy with my progress i usually become unmotivated.

anyway - here's a little update. havin a tough time getting the rear taillight area integrated. i m not modeling the vehicle exactly to the blue prints. because when i originally made them i was off just enough to make a difference and was too eager to begin, so i didnt go back to PS and fix my mistake.

add sidemirrors, front grates, xtra trim, rounded tire, xtended wheel.

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wow pretty car (:bow: big enzo fan:bow: ):bow: i have never finsihed a project in one year manily cause i can't texture so i leave it and move on but i am working on a robot and am almost finished now!! woot
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nice model dude,except your missing a little piece on the nose of the car.in the middle of the nose there is a little wing in the gap something to do with airflow control.its not noticable when its on the car because its in a shadow but its noticable when its not on the car if you know what i mean.other then that very nice.
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