View Full Version : 3D help required asap

04 April 2006, 04:51 PM

I need urgent help with a 3D car model. I need some lighting sorting out on a car model and a couple of further adjustments. If you are used to creating highly slick 3D models then please reply asap, so I can give further details and payment.


Ben Miners

04 April 2006, 09:54 PM
edit: re-read original post and revised reply...

If you are talking about modeling (for further adjustments), there are several good tutorials on the net for car specific modeling, both for C4D and in general. For lighting, look at tutorials and search posts here for HDRI renders which is probably a good place to start. For materials, search for "car paint". There are several available. Others may disagree, but some of the best car renders in my opinion are because everything works well together, the model, the textures, AND the environment. In other words, a great environment can help cover faults in the first two.

I have a feeling this isn't exactly the reply you were looking for, maybe if you could ask more specific questions or post a picture ...

04 April 2006, 12:22 AM
Send me some details about what you need. I may be able to help you.

04 April 2006, 11:31 PM
did you check the doschdesign website? they sell 3dcars for cinema with all bells and whistlles,otherwise the light setup will be different if its an indoor or an outdoor environement, could you be more specific in terms of your needs?

i can run some test render next week or during the week end if its more urgent
and run the render full definition if your satisfied with the low.
i own cinema 9.5 bundle+maxwell
you can mail me if you want to give me more details and i could send you some furnitures tests i did

04 April 2006, 09:25 AM
I've done quite alot of tests with car lighting setups, I might be able to help you out.

3d stills gallery (
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04 April 2006, 03:17 PM
hi mr miners, so did you managed to get the job done?
would be nice to see what it was :)

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