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Old 20-10-2010, 05:57 PM   #1
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Something I'm working on for me game modeling portfolio... It's at pretty high poly count ATM but I'm going to be doing a lot of poly reduction once it's all sorted and done

Headlights aren't final, I just have no idea how to make them properly...

I'm not too happy with the dashboard... May redo it today

EDIT: The little spoiler thing on the back is wrong too... It's supposed to curve into the body and I just made it kinda mush in... See images at the end of post for what I mean

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Old 20-10-2010, 09:20 PM   #2
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great start havent seen a car here in a while
also wireframe please
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Thanks, I'll get a wire up tonight or tomorrow
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Here's the wire, also did wheels last night, quick screenshot from the rendering program to show those below. Forgot to add the little cylinder in the middle of the wheel ;P will add next time I open the wheel file :p

Next to come is the rear splitter probably

Can't seem to figure out the seats and the headlights/ tail lights, anyone know any tuts?

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Old 23-10-2010, 07:22 PM   #5
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Got the tyres done last night, took a lot longer than I thought... hopefully I can get more done today...

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love how this is shaping out if you are using final gather why not turn on secondary bounce to light up the render abit more it looks really dark on my screen
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Thanks man

I'm using a third party program to render, next time I'll do it a bit brighter, I forgot my monitors contrast is epically high
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Bit busy ATM, starting school and such, so uh, here's another render of the wheel for now, once I saw this render I was immediately displeased with the tire... Doesn't quite make a circle like it should, so I may start again.

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