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Old 20-12-2003, 09:46 PM   #1
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Hey guys...Just wanted to let you know that things are finnaly going to get back to normaL!!! after the new year, I should be working normal hours again, witch means I can start working on my own models again...been working about 15 hrs a day....anyways.. i decided to model what will most likely be my next car...the 350 z. Its going to be a week or so b4 I can start it updating, but I thought that I would get a head start on it tonight, and show you guys.. Thanks!!!

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Here is an idea I was thinking about doing but you may enjoy. Take a 69 ford bronco. Redesign it the same style they are doing with the new mustang. Live axles and convertable. Think about it. I would buy one.
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Old 21-12-2003, 02:38 AM   #3
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thanks for the reply...wouldn't that be alot like the SSR?
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do the greddy turbo version!!!
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got any reference images snowboarder???? Thanks!
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BTW this is what i have so far...
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That looks AWESOME already!! What are you using? NURBS?
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If i had to guess i would say it was sub D
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Sub D it is thanks for the comments

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Very crisp as always Brian. Great to see you posting again!
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god that loks amazing, i wish i knew how to do some of that. guess i go back to the tutorials...

Are you going to make this a tuner/pimped out version or stock?
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I haven't really decided witch version to make...As of right now I am working on a stock version I might modify it later on... I got pretty far last night, I got the DS door, rocker panel rear fender, rear facia and a pillar completed. Can't wait to show you.. I was thinking about making the convertible version...but that means modeling an interior as well...Yikes. so I might just stick with the coupe. I will show you an update tonight. It looks like I will finnish this project pretty fast. I am at work right now... since I have started this job, I have gotten alot faster at my vehicle modeling, so its kinda cool. Talk to you guys tonight,
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BTW thanks kbrown, its been to long
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Ide say stick with the coup, as from what ive seen modeling interior is just too time consuming, when you can get away with a coupe and still have good detail.

Maybe get a body kit on the thing as 350z's are failryw ell known as tuner cars, but that shouldnt be hard. cant wait to see an update.
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O MY GOD... Brian.. if you get that car (and finish modeling) it, you'll be my god!!!

Love the 350z... (I was thinking about buying it but that never worked out )

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Hey stranger! yeh... I haven't decided yet... I am torn between a few cars right now...so we will see... Also thinking about the RX8
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