Ferrari Dino 246GT, Lb (3D)

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  08 August 2004
I like front view most, very neat lighting. cant wait to read your tutorial on lighting setup. Thanks in advance!!
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  08 August 2004
Originally Posted by aomcaloes: lamborghini?????? Wiek you should be ashamed of yourself for uttering that word in this thread. This thread is for the appreciation of LB's gorgeous Dino... not for swearing in

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Ok, my sincere apologies

Anyway, when's this beauty going frontpage then ???
 
  08 August 2004
very nice indeed. One of the best auto models/renders I have seen. cool car too.



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  08 August 2004
You've done a great job with a great car
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  08 August 2004
good~

i will learn more
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  08 August 2004
Perfect reflections
 
  08 August 2004
Originally Posted by kiwi123: Ok, my sincere apologies

Anyway, when's this beauty going frontpage then ???

haha, frontpage no like me - maybe next time....
 
  08 August 2004
I normaly do not reply to any car post. But this one takes the cake !! Great stuff. lots of class.
 
  08 August 2004
Great car, great model, great lighting, Gotta give you some stars for this baby.

Seems like lightwave and great car models go together like a fat kid and cake.

I thought rear view mirrors were required by law. Theyre part of the personality of a car in my opinion. But hey, its your car!

Great work! Ill be looking out for your lighting setup
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  08 August 2004
Nice work!!!

Looks great dude, I like the reflections and the mesh looks perfect.. You should make a Lamborghini next.. They are much better than farraris

 
  08 August 2004
Originally Posted by Supervlieg: Great car, great model, great lighting, Gotta give you some stars for this baby.

Seems like lightwave and great car models go together like a fat kid and cake.

I thought rear view mirrors were required by law. Theyre part of the personality of a car in my opinion. But hey, its your car!

Great work! Ill be looking out for your lighting setup
Thanks for the stars mate. the fat kid line made me laugh

I've tried again to find out about the wing mirrors, without success. The laws must have varied from country to country. I think they would look good but might break up the flow of the bodywork a little.

LB.
 
  08 August 2004
love it, nice work as usual...go lightwave.
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  08 August 2004
PES: Thanks for the comments (and on the 250 swb thread)

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  08 August 2004
Originally Posted by LB.: I've tried again to find out about the wing mirrors, without success. The laws must have varied from country to country.
LB.

Well, I do know that in a lot of old cars there weren't any seatbelts either. Over here in Holland you are not required by law to put them in if they weren't installed originally. So, who knows about mirrors, might be the same. For most of the cars of that era mirrors were useless anyway, because they are so small.

On the other hand, who needs mirrors in a dino ? It's the rest of the traffic that needs mirrors to look at this baby (unless you're in a miura of course).
 
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