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Old 08-05-2004, 01:43 PM   #1
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Mercedes Benz 300sl 1952, Qur (3D)



Title: Mercedes Benz 300sl 1952
Name: Qur
Country: Turkey
Software: 3d Max, Photoshop

i like race cars form 50's .then i bought this cars 1/48 model. later i decided to model it.
hope you like it.

modelled in 3d max 6 rendered with v-ray.

c&c please......
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Old 08-05-2004, 06:54 PM   #2
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thats a beutiful car, you say you own one? lucky you... right as for crits, well first it would be nice to see anouther view. Second, i think its a strange choice of hdri probe, is it in a showroom or the woods?, the window lets it down a little, but the modelling cant be faulted as far as i can see, maybe add some bump to the hubcaps and add detail to the tyres, why not make them slightly brown like its just come of the race track.

but its caught my eye today, great image. (the kind of image kids stick on there walls)
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Old 08-05-2004, 07:04 PM   #3
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I think he owns a 1:48 model car, not a real one 8)

nad yes that is the forrest .hdr, i would probably use another hdri map or maybe just a white plane for reflections, and perhaps choose another angle. Anyway, the model seems nice etc. GJ
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lol thats the ratio right, i thought that was the car model number
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Old 08-05-2004, 09:11 PM   #5
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can you please post some reference pics? I never saw a 300SL from the 50th that had have this kind of look and even google couldn't find one that had have this headlights, back, a.s.o.
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nice rendering even if the car looks a litle bit "floating"
Try to get more "contact Shadows"
 
Old 08-06-2004, 06:12 AM   #7
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Creative : this is the link for blue prints i think you'r right this is a 300 SLR i forgot the letter "R" sorry fot that

http://www.onnovanbraam.com/index.p...ars&id=mercedes
(i could find it here only)
and i think this years models are the firsts to do the headlights back..

i will post new renders as soon as possible you were right to not to use forest HDRI but i liked the way it shines on the paint. but i will try different hdrı solution.
thanks fore advice.

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Old 08-06-2004, 07:05 AM   #8
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I hope I do not sound harsh but this seems to be your own interpretation of a MB SLR 300.
Plz take a look at this link. It's an SLR 300 (not the racing version) should be similar to the SLR racing version apart from the co-driver part behind the hood.
Maybe it is your scale modell that doesn't fit the original exactly... or is it just that I couldn't find the correct reference pics? Would be very interesting to see the ref pics that you used.

Anyway the rendering itself looks interesting
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you'r rigt these pics are good but if you looked the link that i gived to you you will see the difference

but thanks for the references

the driver cabin is for only the driver in race version.

i dont have much ref. pics so i only looked at my model for the interior soo the link that you gave me helped too much.

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thanks again for your c&c..

i will correct my model soon
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