|01 January 2003||#16|
Wyatt Turner Design
Awesome stuff,, Your movie preview is also cool,, I suppose this is going into that also,, Man I have not patience for that kinda texture work..
|01 January 2003||#17|
One image a decadeportfolio
Technical Art Director
Join Date: Jul 2002
It is very nice but the texture does not have the shininess of metal. And since no environment is reflected on it it is diffcult to judge.
|01 January 2003||#18|
The weathering on the paint job is not convincing
The paint peelings on the edges of the door don't belong there...paint peelings and scratches should only be in protruding places of the vehicles body where it is most likely to come into contact with an abrasive object.
The wear on the edges of the bumper,mudguard and base of the door are most realistic
Cool work though!!
|01 January 2003||#21|
VFX Sup / FX / Compositor
Santa Monica, US
Eklettica, I just saw your webpage, I'm very impressed with your work. Excelent stuff, I love the ambulence!
Excelent eye for detail, I'll be on of your groupies any day
|01 January 2003||#24|
Che succhio ...portfolio
Los Angeles, USA
Thanks to you all for the nice feedbacks, i really appreciated also
the critiques, most of them are really costructive, and thanks to lildragon for the first page thumb !
About the shininess and environment of the metal i partially agree with the crits, maybe it could be increased a bit, but consider that military paints are not so reflective for obvious reasons.
Allan McKay : I'm honoured by your appreciations, your insights and tutorials have always been a point of reference for me, and for the whole max community .
And for the last time (i hope) i would like to point out that the whole Code Guardian project is by Marco Spitoni www.cee-gee.net , we are just giving a little modelling contribution to his huge work.
|01 January 2003||#25|
I can give you anything
Join Date: Feb 2002
It's been a while since I posted but this one I just culd not leave alone.
Other than what has been mentioned I have some coments.
Since I've worked somewhat in the automotive industry I've noticed that the fittings between the door anc chassi, between the hud (or bonnet) and chassi are too tight. I don't think there was such a good fit on war-vehicles of that era.
I also think that if it´s that worn down it should have some more bumps and damage to it.
I'd also add som abbrations around the two hooks in the rear, the radiator-cap, above the windscreen since the text is worn but not the paint (or smear the text more) and finally the rear view mirrors look a bit too clean.
However, some parts gets replaced and they would be in much better contition, maybee the mirrors are replaced?
Well that's about it. Damn nice!
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|01 January 2003||#28|
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|01 January 2003||#30|
Join Date: Nov 2002
OMG...this one is just incredible, i love anything about that modell/textures ...
And congrats with your 2nd award
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