Beetle - 1963, Vladislav Drumev (3D)

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  04 April 2007
Beetle - 1963, Vladislav Drumev (3D)

Title: Beetle - 1963
Name: Vladislav Drumev
Country: Bulgaria
Software: 3ds max, mental ray, Photoshop

This is my latest work and I'm posting here for a first time. The car is modeled in 3ds max, while the background is a photo. I will appreciate your feedback.

Here is wire:

and only shaded view:

And I made the final toutches in Photoshop.
... its number is Six hundred and sixty
  04 April 2007
Thumbs up

very authentic nice dirt texture very good model and light nice work
  04 April 2007
Simply great work (4*)
=> W.I.P : 1970-2010 MuSleCars.
=> Finish : The Pursuit.
=> Finish : Early morning.
  04 April 2007
Nice, although I think you can turn down the reflection overall for the paintwork, Judging by the dirt and feel, the paint should be sun damaged, and dulled, or even a thin coat of dust/dirt.
  04 April 2007
Superb composition. Flawless!

Turn down the reflection and it's 5 Stars!
  04 April 2007
Amazing render, very realistic, superb lighting and texturing
  04 April 2007
Looking great ! Nicely modeled, surfaced & composited .. 4 stars
  04 April 2007
10x guys, I reduced the reflection a little bit

for a big one >>>
  04 April 2007
Magnificent work. Seriously - I generally don't comment on cars, not really my thing, but this is just an absolute stunner, Vladislav. 5*.
A Daily Forest
  04 April 2007
Cant find anything wrong with it. Just excellent.

Bravo. Strashen render.
  04 April 2007
Very nice work on the texturing and modeling! Lighting looks nice as well, but shouldn't the car be darker on the one side facing the camera? If you look at the building behind it, it appears to be in total shade. But I could be mistaken.
  04 April 2007
Yes, the texture and dirt really look good.
Brian Weston
  04 April 2007

You should move the light to the left, so that car shadow goes to the right.
*Look at the shadow of the buldings and trees, they're on the right side.
That, and you should make that paint look a bit more "dry".
But modeling is top notch.
  04 April 2007
Thumbs up

Oh friend u have donbe a spectecular job..WoW..Really amazed to see that so realistic..Its flawless..Colors are great..Modelling is top notch and what can I say about light..Brilliantly done..4 stars for sure..

Creative Director - Multimedia Artist

  04 April 2007
Great work
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