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Old 09-11-2010, 12:28 PM   #1
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Hello!

This is my first WIP post here (and anywhere else for that matter)

Any (constructive) criticism is welcome!




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Old 09-11-2010, 01:42 PM   #2
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looking very good so far. Nice and clean and I am liking the seams and the insets.
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no crits
very nice, keep going on
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Yeah, not much to add myself, but brilliant start. Looks very smooth and clean too. Geo is nicely spaced.
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Awesome start man, was thinking of giving in and doing one of these myself :p

Love the flow and smoothness of it, no crits here either
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Thanks for all the nice comments guys!

Here's a little progress update:





and some wires:




have to do a lot of cleaning up on the back (the thingy the back window goes in) because it's so low poly now that the poly crease tool produces ugly artifacts at some corners.

Think I'm gonna re-route some of the topology around where the rear window should be so I can get the resolution where I need it (closest to the doors) without it getting bunched up at the end of the backwindow..
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Old 12-11-2010, 03:09 AM   #7
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Great work Hummias,

the topology looks perfect and look forward to seeing it finished.

Keep up the great work
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Old 12-11-2010, 04:18 AM   #8
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This is coming out great man, fast too. Keep at it
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is it just me or is the ass of the car always the hardest/most pain in the.. well, ass..

might be related to the fact that references are hard to find due to people prefering photographing their cars from the front.





not very happy with the insets where the lights go.. got way to lazy and tried to use an extrusion on like 3 polys to make a round shape..

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It's not just you, I tend to give up when I get to the back due to lack of refs >_>

Tail lights look fin in the images, to me anyways
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I've never gotten this far on a car before, I usually get bored and give up somewhere halfway through/when it gets hard..










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This model looks very clean, superb!
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slapped on a car paint shader and some chrome and did a some test renders




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Looks great man, wheels look a little small and it seems to be sitting a little low in the renders though
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Originally posted by acid44
Looks great man, wheels look a little small and it seems to be sitting a little low in the renders though


You're right, it does look low and the wheels look small, but
the wheels are exactly the size of the ref pics I used.

Maybe I made the profile of the tire too round and the shadows makes it look smaller?

Gonna take a closer look at it tomorrow, too tired right now..

Thanks for the crit, I'll post another render tomorrow!
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