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Hi, I'm new in this forum and I saw some really impressive 3d works...
so I decided to present a own work... :)
I've created the design for my conceptcar, the model is made with 3ds max and the rendering with brazil... additional 2d work is made with corel...
08-15-2004, 12:55 PM
great start! nice concept too. you are getting some compression artifacts, though, which I guess is because you are posting a huuuge image. i would chop it into sections and compress them individually for best quality. would make it easier to see everything too. nice work!
ps. welcome to the board :)
thx for comment! I'm glad to find such a high level 3d board...
the original picture is much bigger and without compression, because I printed a huge poster of it... 140*20 cm :)
I'm wondering why I get nearly no replies... Are there any problems with the link? or is my work to bad? You can also post negativ feedbacks... :)
08-17-2004, 08:58 AM
the link works fine. I like the modelling very much. If you wanted something to work on, I think it'd have to be the textures as they are a tad bit bland. For a different look, add some spec on the black and red, and a little reflection. I'm not familiar with max, but if they are like alias, they might have a car paint sample shader on their website? Try searching for one just for a couple ideas. But coo anywho.
08-17-2004, 11:49 AM
I really like the design of this car. It looks like a future version of the Honda NSX (Acura).
But i can agree on the carpaint it need some more work. And i think the edges are to razor sharp at many places.
thx for comments.... I'm not absolutely satisfied with the rendering too... but I try to learn to make more realistic renders... :)
08-17-2004, 08:02 PM
was this concept just meant to be practice and fun or are there other purposes?
I think it's rather nice, but the front is too much like the smart roadster.
I thougt it to be a big sportscar like the jaguar xj220.... just for fun :)
You're right the front is a bit similar to the front of the smart roadster... I noticed it afterwards,
but I didn't want to change it...
01-19-2006, 12:00 AM
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