View Full Version : Making a Lamborghini Muricelago, Partial low poly modeling

01 January 2006, 08:30 PM

Im sorry about the quality and my ramblings, but i am poor and my life does catch up with me even when i am just another alias in virtual reality. but here is my car tutorial, its a partial one, as you'll notice that my stress overtook me near the end as that is why this isnt finished, but what i had promised to my friens was to atleast get the hole roof and a piece of the back done, but oh well, please go here to my journal on Deviantart for the links to what you need to use the tutorial ok? later and enjoy.

my journal link is:

any questions, ask
um if you want to email me, my email is:
I used cinema 4d version 9, I dont like version 9.5 and i cant afford it either, so thats why i havent upgraded yet.

The reason why its a partial tutorial, is because i hate copy cats, my usual style is teaching someone how to make about 35-50% of the car then have them go off and use what they just learned and see what they end up with, I'm not too fond of accurate cars, if they are customized, even just a little bit, it tells me that the creator truly is an artist and not just another 3D modeler. but if its your dream to make an exact car, then by all means go ahead.

btw this is what i ended up with, its about 13322 quad polies:

an old man once told me a long time ago before he died:
"If you want to learn and become higher than what you are right now, you must first give away your most precious talents", this was from an old artist that i knew a long time ago, anyway i have given my most precious talent to the public and for free, which is car modeling tips, but in a video, now i hope that something good happens soon. well later.

but hey he probably just got it from a fortune cookie and modified it artistically.

for my webgallery: link ( my video tut: making a car: link ( If you want want a vinyle design, or car help, pm me.

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