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Old 01 January 2003   #1
Ford Focus Wrc, Simon.reeves (3D), (3D)



Title: Ford Focus Wrc, Simon.reeves (3D)
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modelled with max 4.2 and rendered with brazil textures and a bit of post in photoshop
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Old 01 January 2003   #2
Amazing. The rendering is really nice, as is the lighting. The texturing is really nice too. How long did this take? and could you post a wire and some texture examples?

Brilliant!!!
 
Old 01 January 2003   #3
nice. perfect render, cool textures... Grrrreat
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Old 01 January 2003   #4
thats cool, but i wish the front end was more lit up. would be cool to have dirt tracks on the stark whit background for the "photoshoot" and little pieces of dirt that fell off the car. the clean part of the glass looks too clean for the dirtiness of the car. great job nonetheless!
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Old 01 January 2003   #5
Cool, i love the composition of the scene overall - and EVERYthing else as well i might add. I actually think your lighting is rally cool...
Hehe, but could you when you get a chance, render out a lighter scene so we can all gawk at your details. Especially in the front region. WEEEE. I wanna drive!

-DOOM
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Old 01 January 2003   #6
wow!

awesome work, what technique did you use to make the dirt?
Everytime I try to add dirt to my textures, it doesnt look like whats supposed to.

please tell me

thank you

btw, I'll give you 4 stars, when you have environment it will be 5

oops, didn't notive your WIP thread
now i have the answer, thank you
 
Old 01 January 2003   #7
thanks guys

LoneLobo: i made the textures in photoshop, basicly using a photo of mud, cloneing that across to the main map and erasing parts/adding/burn etc.

maybe i'll go into more depth later on

I used polymodeling with meshtools/cspoly tools

stecki: i like your idea

i first started this model months ago i think ...

heres a few more renders



wireframe

i'll post a back view and atexture later on
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Old 01 January 2003   #8
Nice Car!

I've checkd the Wireframe...is that just the version without mesh smooth?

Cya.
 
Old 01 January 2003   #9
wow, looks very cool!!.. love the effect of the mud, makes it look very realistic.
 
Old 01 January 2003   #10
dan: yes it is indeed

apart from the windscreen, and the headlight covers i frogto to delete the meshsmooth when i collpased them all together

also i made the rims in rhino - thats why there is such high polys
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Old 01 January 2003   #11
I was gettin ready to bag on you for picking a ford focus to model, but the whole dirt and racing thing really made me appreciate it. Nice piece of work.
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Old 01 January 2003   #12
I know I shall not have other gods beside the 'real' one , but hey what u did here is godlike!!

This is so unbelievable great! I am speechless!!!!!





Animation, animation, animation!!!!! Pleeeeeeease
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Old 01 January 2003   #13
Your best car yet! Very nice man, put it in an enviroment now.... of course you better have the wrx beating it (as we all know its a beter car!)
 
Old 01 January 2003   #14
very nice model indeed!!!
the only thing is the dirt looks a little 'dusty'... but fantastic work


thats one of the first things i thought as well, to have some dried dirt fallen off the car and maybe tyre tracks?


any more renders? larger possibly???



cuse
 
Old 01 January 2003   #15
thanks guys

i'm gonna play with doing a little animation this morning, and i'll render a bigger still out later hopefully
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