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Old 02 February 2013   #1
Some advice/workaround On modelling

Hello guys.
I'm not an expert on automotive modelling. but in past i modelled without problems. Now I have a question. First of all i have the blueprint of this hyundai genesis coupe downloaded and purchased on the-bluprint.com website. The most horrible blueprint inconsistent i have seen. The variuos sides are inconsistents in more of the detail draw. Anyway, do you have some advice on modelling this on pitcure.





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Old 02 February 2013   #2
I find that car blueprints are often misaligned and not accurate to each other. Usually i'll pick 1 view that I think is most accurate and try to model to that one as much as possible. When I have to use another view i'll model to the new view with a bias to the one I think is most accurate. Sometimes splitting the difference between the two works fine, but more times than not you just need to keep looking at your model from many different angles to check its progress.

More often than not I'll use a reference photo to extract the detail because blueprints are just line work and dont often represent the curves of the vehicle that you only see with shading.
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Thanks for the infos. This is the result at this point. I 'm not really happy at all, because as you mentioned the blueprints are misaligned and not accurate to each other.
Anyway i'm shure is't my fault.

thanks & Regards

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