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Old 17-02-2006, 11:55 PM   #1
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Started this today donno how far ill get as college starts again next week but hey



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Old 18-02-2006, 07:58 AM   #2
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Clay



Wire



Headlight Clay



Headlight Wire



i know the headlights are not perfect if anyone can help me on that (the round part of the light is not in the clay to try help get the basic light shape right ), and the renders are bad just done them quick

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Old 18-02-2006, 03:57 PM   #3
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Old 18-02-2006, 08:51 PM   #4
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bit more done on it

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Good choice of car and an awesome start +updates.
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very nice start no crit from me.
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ditto, this is shaping up really nicely
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Very nice, but I have to say that it is a bit lumpy annd not completly smooth in some places. But good work so far! keep it up/
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Old 20-02-2006, 02:29 PM   #9
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very very tidy!!!
great progress man.
where the hell are these lumps matt???
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I don't see any problems with this either...
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lookin awesome. How did you make the lower grill? I've had trouble with those and yours looks spectacular.
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its a poly cube about 0.2 thick with about 200 or so 6 sided cylineders then i boolend them to make the holes but the cube must be the shape u want b4 u bollen as it will be super hard to move the "cube" after all the holes are there

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been having problems with the area where the fender joins the bumper so it is wrong at the moment





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thanks again for the advice for the grill. as for your model, it's looking very good except for where the door is connected to it. You can tell it's just extruded, depending on if your going to animate the door opening or not, I suggest having just a slight crease as the outline of the door, making it visual that the door is there but not creating an extruded door.
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