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#11\2011-02-13 14:30

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Sexy hot rod bro !!!

Cant wait for more progress with renders.
Don't ask me to beta test my mods. You personally will be contacted if i need someone.
#12\2011-02-13 14:49

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Thanks guys :)

@Franco: I have checked away Rhino, because I was getting too darn.... well, u know what,lol!
this has been done in 3dsmax, and I have used a composite material for the wirerenders, no photoshopping ;)

The real trick to these renders is to have the separated parts running turbosmooth, iterations at 2 AND: ISOLINE DISPLAY, that's how u get the effect u see above :)

anyways, of course I share my studio setup :)I haven't used any 3rd party textures, and i have placed a sphere in the studio, so u can render to see what it looks like.
As usual, u can play with the settings for either faster rendertimes of higher quality :)

Here is the file:
Studio

The file was created in 3dsmax 2009 (64 bit), so only versions from 2009 and up can open the file.
I hope this file is useful to you guys :)
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#13\2011-02-13 14:57

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The PFS thing doesn't work Dave. Just as a heads-up xD
#14\2011-02-13 15:06

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David!
Holy shit. Nice to see some new stuff from you. Although a bit different rod than usual, i still like it. Reminds one of those concepts that Ronald used to do.
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#15\2011-02-13 15:14

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Absolutely stunning! What are your plans for headlights? Hopefully something molded into the body, or at least something as streamlined as the body.

For taillights, I'm picturing some 40 Ford style lenses flush mounted into the rear fenders like this (without the blue dot tho): http://static.racingjunk.com/5/ui/6/15/19995156-218-1940-Ford-Deluxe-Coupe-Steel-High-Qual.jpg

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#16\2011-02-14 16:46

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Thanks again guys :)

@JAG:

The taillights are flush as fuck :) I have 2 renders of the rear, so u can see what I mean.
When it comes to the taillights, u and I had the exact same thought about them being flush :)
The headlights are still sort of vague to me :(
Thing is, I do NOT wanna copy Chip Foose's idea about the shape.
So, that narrows it kinda down to a few options. I had modeled sort of quad ovald in the front wings, but that looked stupid, I have tried oval headlights: no-no, I have tried the type of headlights from the Plymouth prowler (ya, Foose concept...) but: no-no as well.....
So, I have done a traditional round headlight with a small diameter, but I'm still not sure.
When i look at the wirerenders, I kinda loike the car's looks withOUT headlights, well, atleast visible headlights...
The car has gotten an agressive and elegant shape. Looking at the rearend, the front end needs to follow that style (IMO).
Sooooo, I may just ending up what Peugeot did in the '30's: 2 headlights close to eachothe behind the grille :)
That way, the body doesn't get disturbed by them...

And eh, Jaggy: I still have the steering wheels u gave me in the time of DCK; your steering wheel is a MUST for this car; no other steering wheel will suffice, just so u know :)

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I like the idea you had for the taillights but IDK if it just me, but they look really, really low.

Also, regular exhaust is kind of "meh". Some sort of side exhaust would be better. Or maybe try to integrate the mufflers better into the body.
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the only what i say is.. awesome. i like ur work David.
#19\2011-02-14 17:15

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I see what you mean about not being sure the small traditional style lights being the best choice. Small headlamps hidden behind the grill might be the best bet. I just don't see any types that look good enough for this machine. Maybe...maybe some small, flush mounted projector-style lamps mounted in the front fenders about midway of the grill? IDK, even that doesn't sound good.

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Thanks Morpheus :)
@David: the taillights are really looooow, yes, ur correct; that's how they're meant to be :)
I dislike the exhaust myself, it was just 2c what they'd look like.
Thing is, 100% rearview, they're ok, but since it's not a modern roadster, the exhaust is visible from the rear wheelarches, which is a huge bummer!
The idea of sidepipes was alo on the shelf, but I wasn't sure, but now I am ;b

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