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Old 10-08-2005, 06:25 AM   #1
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Here's a model I'm trying to finish. It's an Aston Martin DB9 although I didn't stick to the real design 100%. This is really to test myself working with NURBS, there is absolutely no polys in this model. Most of the work is left to do the lights.
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That has to be one of my all time favourite cars. Shame about the price
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nice so far.
a wireframe please.
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wow
really nice
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make the lights a bit stronger please.
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Yes, I'll be sure to take better renders next time. I'll use a shader which will reveal the model better with specular highlights.
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Small update to lights.
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Nice looking model, except for the colour (Aston's should be British Racing Green, or, failing that, Dunhill Silver).

Definately one of my favourites, although it is WAAAAY to expensive. You can get a second hand DB7 for < £40k though. Also, look out for the new V8 Vantage, weighing in at a super cheap £78k.

Man, I need to win the lottery!
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Originally posted by kennez
Nice looking model, except for the colour (Aston's should be British Racing Green, or, failing that, Dunhill Silver).

Definately one of my favourites, although it is WAAAAY to expensive. You can get a second hand DB7 for < £40k though. Also, look out for the new V8 Vantage, weighing in at a super cheap £78k.

Man, I need to win the lottery!
Add danish taxes and I'm pretty sure you'll end up on the wrong side of £100K, so stop your whining!

Nice model, I agree with kennez on the color though (my vote's on Dunhill Silver )
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