Agusta Motorbike Engine - Final touches

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  05 May 2013
Agusta Motorbike Engine - Final touches

Hello guys,
a long time ago (about a year) I've started a big project: an Agusta Bestiale Motorbike. In these weeks I've finished a big part of the model (the engine) so I made a couple of renders on its own.

I would like to receive critique for this shoots to improve the result; I'm at that point where your works is good but not enough to move to the next quality step and it's very difficult to understand on your own what must be changed and what can be improved.

I'd also like to improve them for exposing inside the CGSociety gallery, that would be an important goal for me.

Thank you all in advice,

  05 May 2013
To me the piece looks perfect.
The only thing I can think that the plate lacks is product presentation. I would put a semi transparent bike around it and drop it in a slick scene while keeping the engine as the hero of the comp.

There are quite a few very pro concept car and bike plates floating around on CGT that you could use as ref.

Well done!
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  05 May 2013
Thank you for the reply.
The idea to comp the engine on a real bike is very good, thanks

Anyway I'll need to study more studio light setup and improve the metallic shaders
  05 May 2013
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