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Old 30-01-2005, 05:47 AM   #1
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Default vehicle - BMW M5 (E39)

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its the first time im posting my work on this forum, so i hope you like this.
its a bmw m5 (e39) the modeling is almost finished, the first photos are still very "wip"
plz comment at will

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Old 30-01-2005, 05:50 AM   #2
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some render tests with mental ray

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-with final gather and hdri


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Old 30-01-2005, 08:48 AM   #3
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awesome work :tup:
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Old 30-01-2005, 01:45 PM   #4
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i like all in this car: modelin (in particalary), rendering, materials...
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Old 31-01-2005, 06:07 AM   #5
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very nice choice of car and great renders!
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very nice... can you explain why in the flat shaded view it looks as thought roof doesn't meet up with door well but that it renders perfectly.
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very nice. Excellent model + render.

I have some questions about how you made it.

Did you model it all in one piece and then seperate all the seperate panels? Did you make it out of poly or is this done with nurbs?

Could you give a brief out line of the method of modelling? I always wonder how ppl make these kinds of photo realistic car models i always see.
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Nice model! I would like to see low poly wires.

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well this is my first attempt at modelling a car and i think it could have been better because i made this one by modelling in separate panels, should have done it by box modelling. better and easyer

-mhcannon
the shaded mode pictures are a older version of the model, thats why you see that gap on the roof, and you dont on the render. cheers any more questions ?

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Very cool....nicely done
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Heya Bjekx

Nice modeling and rendering. It is coming along very nicely indeed...keep it up

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very nice...clear mesh...!
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