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Old 20-06-2007, 08:59 PM   #1
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Default First Car/Truck

Ive just started created the first basic vehicle i ever tried to do. Its a big moving van looking thing :/ I may have to redo some of it though... ive been working on it for about 2 hours.


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This will be a nice balance to all the cars we see. Good looking start.
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looking sweet :attn:
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Thanks Perfecto and Apedominator!
Heres a small update, help is always welcome
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Another small update, took awhile though.
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How did you make the door seam? Did you us the split poly tool and extude faces inward?
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Exactly, i still need to fix some edges though. When you light the scene the extruded edges look black though, so it works out!
Heres a sample of the truck, ill have to redo the tires with some reference pictures, but heres a basic idea!
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good job ... you should show us what you have done then to observe more informations drom your model
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Im sorry but i dont fully understand. By show what i have done, do you mean how I created this model? like the steps I took? Or what I did since the last render!?
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Originally posted by kinddoggofwar
Im sorry but i dont fully understand. By show what i have done, do you mean how I created this model? like the steps I took? Or what I did since the last render!?
i need to show what you have done
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oh ok, i think i finished the basic shape. If anyone has suggestions on some details to put on ill get right on it, but i cant think of anything!? I will have to make new tires though.
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Try To use the full crease option in subdivision menu to make the sharp edge of the hood as you done in the door
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