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justynmagz
12-31-2005, 10:21 PM
Hi. I'm doing a low res 93 Honda Civic for a reel I'm trying to finish. This is time I've posted this car, so any suggestions would be great. I know it's not the best, and there's prolly lots missing and whatnot, but my teachers been tellin me to keep certain things out. Anyways lemme know what you think!

http://justynmagz06.gq.nu/Pictures/wholecarshot.jpg

http://justynmagz06.gq.nu/Pictures/frontsideshot.jpg

http://justynmagz06.gq.nu/Pictures/rearsideshot.jpg

http://justynmagz06.gq.nu/Pictures/rimshot.jpg

Now if anyone could help me figure out how to take rendered pics in Maya 6.5 of wireframe that would be awesome. Then I can post some wireframe. Thanks!

hongchan
01-01-2006, 06:26 AM
i think using mAYa hARDWare render, u will b ABLE render the wirefrAME OUT. or simply go under your mAYa viewport, go to SHading>wirefrAME ON shADED, IT'LL DISPLay your model WITH WIRE FRAme then u jst PRINTSCREEN. =) (SORRY FOR THE ILLOGICal cAPS IN MY REPLY, MY KEYBOard jst went nuts)

justynmagz
01-05-2006, 08:14 PM
Oh ok thanks!! I am just making some small adjustments to the civic but i"ll have the writeframe up soon!

EsotericAmI
01-05-2006, 09:45 PM
Yess wires please:scream:
Cant see much right now...looks like its going good:shrug:

olivierth
01-05-2006, 09:49 PM
The body looks nice but I think you could save a lot of polygones at the rims and tires.

justynmagz
01-06-2006, 11:29 PM
Alright sorry it took so long to get these. I have been busy with lots!
Tell me what you think!

http://justynmagz06.gq.nu/Pictures/civicwirefront.JPG

http://justynmagz06.gq.nu/Pictures/civicwirerear.JPG


Magz out!

korge
01-07-2006, 12:31 AM
Proportions seem off. Looks liek the car is overwieght.

justynmagz
01-07-2006, 01:30 AM
Sorry the proportions? Weird, cause i had reference pictures that i used on image planes! Where abouts do you think its too "bulky"??

Magz

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