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# 1 13-11-2014 , 04:23 AM
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Ferrari Enzo

Still finishing up some assets to add to this scene. I might try and do some different lighting styles with this one, (Day/Night) I just have a simple directional and an IBL to get a basic idea how the models will look. Let me know what ya'll think. user added image

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# 2 13-11-2014 , 10:38 AM
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Looks nice, will look better once you have bone your scene...............dave




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# 3 13-11-2014 , 11:55 AM
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user added image good to see another car model wip....interesting this, as when I finish my porsche i'd like to make a scene for it to sit in aswell.


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# 4 13-11-2014 , 06:02 PM
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user added image good to see another car model wip....interesting this, as when I finish my porsche i'd like to make a scene for it to sit in aswell.


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Yea, I do have to say modeling the car was a challenge all in itself. Once the car is fully finished modeled I feel the hard part is over haha. Post up your stuff when you get a chance, I love to see how other people put cars in different scenes.

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# 5 13-11-2014 , 06:54 PM
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Those vents in the fron...I think on the real car, they divert air up out of those vents in the hood. I know they are not blocked off like that. Otherwise, it looks awsome

# 6 13-11-2014 , 08:37 PM
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Those vents in the fron...I think on the real car, they divert air up out of those vents in the hood. I know they are not blocked off like that. Otherwise, it looks awsome

Yea, I definitely still need to add those in, as well as the vents on the side scoop. It's funny because they are almost impossible to see in any reference image I have of this model haha.

# 7 14-11-2014 , 05:15 PM
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Yea, I do have to say modeling the car was a challenge all in itself. Once the car is fully finished modeled I feel the hard part is over haha. Post up your stuff when you get a chance, I love to see how other people put cars in different scenes.

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I have collected a few reference shots, other people work that I've seen about online that I want to take some ideas from, and been using a lot of paintfx foliage recently, so might try and bring some of that into play.
The Porsche itself is under the ford ka thread in the wip forum. Really busy atm with some other bits, and work, so can't see the scene being started till the new year...
Still have to finish the hard part aswell...the car itself!




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