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Old 05-04-2010, 09:23 AM   #31
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But the door - wheel arch is still giving me trouble, got to get those reflections to line up!
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Is it a ripple I can see?? ever so slight!!! painful, you can have my cockpit effort then!!!! I tried it Kurts way but it didnt fit, so Im trying ep's and cv's now, man its bloody hard. I dont know how you guys get so good!!!

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Old 05-04-2010, 12:40 PM   #33
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Phew! hard mornings work, next is the crease at the side of the front bumper which in some colours go right over to the wheel arch
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Looking good mate!!! not being silly but does the bonnet have a weird lighting ripple in it?
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Old 05-04-2010, 04:23 PM   #35
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Nice new colour, I think I like the purple on the wind mirrors myself. Try putting that on the whole car.
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Old 06-04-2010, 09:07 PM   #36
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Done some more work on lining up the panels and downloaded some shaders, so will put up an updated image tommorrow, had a glass of wine toooo many tonight, thanks all
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Nothing rong whittsshh a glarsh or 3 , hic.
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Test render, lighting is my weak weak weak point!
Anyone know a good rig for lighting cars?
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No I dont BUT that looks damn good!!!!!! I know they light em up from underneath on the movies with the blue LED stuff?? Maybe a showroom look similar?
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Well, the wall i have temporarily hit rendering has made me go back and tweak the mesh, so heres the final wires
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Final Render for now, i move onto the interior
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mmmmmmmmmmm nice one mate!
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Started on the interior this weekend, first one iv done so its interesting, frustrating, anoying.....all good fun
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looks good mate!!!! I can see a headache or 2 there! keep going man. Does the Lambo have a leather interior? or plastic these days?

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