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The Armenian
06-17-2004, 04:07 AM
Hi guys. This is my latest work. After working on it on and off for a long time it's finally finished.
Hope you like it.

http://www.cslab.uky.edu/~lteri2/wips2/bmw_final11_small.jpg (http://www.cslab.uky.edu/~lteri2/wips2/bmw_final11.jpg)

http://www.cslab.uky.edu/~lteri2/wips2/bmw_final9_small.jpg (http://www.cslab.uky.edu/~lteri2/wips2/bmw_final9.jpg)

http://www.cslab.uky.edu/~lteri2/wips2/bmw_final10_small.jpg (http://www.cslab.uky.edu/~lteri2/wips2/bmw_final10.jpg)

The Armenian
06-17-2004, 04:09 AM
Here are some more renders

http://www.cslab.uky.edu/~lteri2/wips2/bmw_final6_small.jpg (http://www.cslab.uky.edu/~lteri2/wips2/bmw_final6.jpg)

http://www.cslab.uky.edu/~lteri2/wips2/bmw_final7_small.jpg (http://www.cslab.uky.edu/~lteri2/wips2/bmw_final7.jpg)

http://www.cslab.uky.edu/~lteri2/wips2/bmw_final8_small.jpg (http://www.cslab.uky.edu/~lteri2/wips2/bmw_final8.jpg)

C&C welcome

06-17-2004, 04:33 AM
nicly done.

06-17-2004, 08:14 AM
good rendering, but the car texture needs a bit more work.
also try changing something with the background. The spherical enviroment isnīt a good one for a render.
i know, you took it for the reflections on the car

The Armenian
06-27-2004, 06:12 PM
Thanks PC-Junkie.

Thanks Grezdog. At first I just had a white background, but I decided to add the environment. I'll work on the car paint a bit more. It's kind of hard to get good car paint with the software I am using -- Anim8or v.85

I am a bit busy at the moment with another project, but I'll come back to this later and improve it more (such as add better break pads)

06-27-2004, 09:58 PM
It looks like its more a wip, are you sure those door handles are in the right place?

Nice effort btw keep on!

06-27-2004, 10:39 PM
Nice one !!!!

I believe you need more work to the textures, and plz make a render with a silver car.:thumbsup:

The Armenian
06-27-2004, 11:29 PM
Thanks OzzTheForester. I used the blueprints and some reference pictures to place the handles, though they might still be in the wrong place.
It's pretty much finished, but I was suggested to make better break pads and wheels. Those are pretty much what I'll improve on.

Thans marmphi. I'll post a silver version.
I used this (http://www.elimos.com/pics/bmwpics/frontcorner5.jpg) image as reference for the car paint, but I'll see what I can do about it.

06-28-2004, 12:01 PM
The color of your car is too much saturated, reduse some saturation.
Im waiting for the silver version ;)

The Armenian
06-29-2004, 03:15 AM
Thanks for the tips.

Sorry for the wait, here is the silver version (don't think I got it quite right)

http://www.cslab.uky.edu/~lteri2/wips2/bmw_silver_small.jpg (http://www.cslab.uky.edu/~lteri2/wips2/bmw_silver.jpg)
(click for the 800x600 version)

The Armenian
06-29-2004, 11:37 PM
Decided to take out the envoronment, and replace it with a white plane. I think it looks better this way.

http://www.cslab.uky.edu/~lteri2/wips2/bmw_silver2_small.jpg (http://www.cslab.uky.edu/~lteri2/wips2/bmw_silver2.jpg)

06-30-2004, 08:31 AM
Taking out the background makes the car look better. the focal length and the colors were different between the photograph and CG. Nice model. Looks good!

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