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Old 06-08-2006, 04:18 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Ferrari

hey guys,
this is my finished ferrari. the ferrari was modelled from the tutorial.i would like to thank the makers of the tutorial, i think he did a great job.
i have learned a great deal especially in the usage of the tools.
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every car i see in simplymaya is a good one.
nice work man.
but iam sure some ppl here can see the "special ability" of this car. :p
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thanks alot. I think the tutorial helps newbys to get a confident grip of the tools.
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wow i think youved done a superb job on the car... well done
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the reflectivity of the glass is great.Good work .Keep it up
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haha i was bored so i just took another look... i just noticed on the corner of my eye the 2nd picture.. if you look closely to the front wind shield/window, you can see the back lights kind of...
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the car overall looks good
but there are few things that caught my eye
one is the door it seems some points are farther away then the other and do not align
and the second is that the tires looks like they are a bit far in the wheelcase
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