1995 Ford Mustang WIP

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  10 October 2012
1995 Ford Mustang WIP

Hello Everyone,

I have chosen to model a 1995 Ford Mustang as my first car model. I actually own a 95' and decided to model this car since I have it as a real life reference. Below are other refererences I have collected as well. It was hard to find a good blueprint for a 95' Mustang. Luckly, I found a blueprint for a 1994 Ford Mustand GT, which has a very similiar body style. I also took some photographs of the front, side and back of my Mustang.







 
  10 October 2012
This is what I have accomplished thus far on the model. I have completed half the body, and am about to move onto the accessories. These would include, lights, ground effects, door handles, spoiler, antenna, mirrors, tires, and possibly the windshield wipers. Before I move on though, I would love any critiques or feedback as to the accuracy, detail, or overall look of the model. Any critiques or feedback are always greatly appreciated.

Thanks!





 
  10 October 2012
Not a bad start. Still looks a bit wobbly.

Can you post a few wireframe views?

You might need to even out your edge loops so your trim is of uniform thickness. Your wheel arches need some work too.

-AJ
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  10 October 2012
Thanks for the feedback AJ. I can definely see the need for improvement on those wheel arches. A fresh set of eyes always helps. Here are some wireframe views. I tried to keep the camera angles as close to the stills below. If you would like a closer shot, or would like to pinpoint a certain area on the model, just let me know and I can post more stills. Keep the feedback coming!

Thanks!





 
  10 October 2012
Hey man,

Try to tighen up the edge loops around the trim, and get things as even as possible. Also try to avoid bunching up your edge loops over the wheel arches. It will cause things to smooth unevenly. Sometimes you can ground those off by running them into the arch.

You can use the crease tool under edit mesh to make your trim and bevels a bit tighter and more even.



-AJ
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Last edited by AJ1 : 10 October 2012 at 06:04 PM.
 
  10 October 2012
That's a good start, well done. I'm not sure the roof shape looks right, seems too rounded front to back compared to the reference pics. This would be the time to get that and any suggestions by other posters looked at before the mesh becomes too complicated. Looking forward to seeing you progress with this.
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