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#31\2011-02-19 21:24

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yea, i just noticed.
#32\2011-02-19 22:30

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Could we get more renders of the last pic that looks so mean, could we get a wireframe too possibly?
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#33\2011-02-20 04:44

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thanks 4 comments guys:)
kk, I have torn up Phantom into specific render setups; the outside renders have no engine etc, just to make it lighter.
Also, the render settings have been decreased to make rendering possible.
here's what Phantom looks like with the final paint:


NO: it's not black metallic/pearl, it's British Racing Green Solid: I took a photo of the colorsample at work, and retoned it in ps and then transferred it to 3dsmax ;b
It's a 3-layer system:

-solid black (a&d material)-->100%
-British Racing Green-->75%
-Clearcoat-->50%

That's the setup of the composite material in max, the individual materials also have their own reflectivity/glossy setups too.

The Cord is one of my all time favs, so I really needed to do it ;b
Originally, it was a 4-door version:


So the work I have done is quite visible...
Of course, the transformation to HQ/HP is started ;b

@eAVelocity: the Cord is still WIP, so you'll definately get more renders as I continue to work on it :)
About the wireframes for the Cord: It's a GTA convert, so the wires are not the best around, but I'll post them soon :)
#34\2011-02-20 06:22

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Hi dave :)

i like the car overall but i think some parts look a litte weird but i know it will be amasing when its done :)
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#35\2011-02-20 06:32

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#36\2011-02-20 09:40

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Nice renders dave...

The paint is looking good, i would change the rims

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#37\2011-02-20 12:13

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:)
#38\2011-02-20 13:42

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#39\2011-02-20 13:55

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Tho;s Wheels fit that so nicely and the color is amazing, hope more interior gets done !
Don't ask me to beta test my mods. You personally will be contacted if i need someone.
#40\2011-03-26 13:40

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heya!

I've been putting a lot of time in my new project: a 1946 Ford based model.
NO, it's NOT a REmodeled car, but a totally new concept of the '46 Ford...
So far, I've done a couple of versions: Coupe, Boattail, Roadster, Sedan, 3-window and a Camino like pick-up.
Here's the 1st render of the Coupe:



Moar renders will follow as soon as I get the network rendering stuff working; this 1920*1080 render took 20 minutes--> colorpass & ambient occlusion pass...

And eh, Jaggy: yes, like ALL models I do, YOUR steering wheels are used :) that's why the wheel on Phantom was so recognisable 4ya ;-b

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