the Saab96 again!!!! vray this time :)

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Old 04 April 2002   #1
The Saab96 pic is finished



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Old 04 April 2002   #2
the Saab96 again!!!! vray this time :)



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Old 04 April 2002   #3
Nive work

I like the first one it's really great
but the reflection in the secand image on the back of the car is not good try to play with ur matrial for the car surface .
Good luck
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Old 04 April 2002   #4
sweet-ass!!
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Old 04 April 2002   #5
I think the reflection is ok in #2; I like that one a TON!!!

What version of VRay is that? 0.5 does not seem to work well for me.

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Old 04 April 2002   #6
I agree that the reflection looks strange. Is that a reflect. map or raytraced? If it's a map, try something w/ less white in it. Good modeling job tho. The first image is great, but the front tire looks like it's either flat or going thru the ground plane. By the way I love your tire textures, how'd you make 'em?
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Old 04 April 2002   #7
veary cool pics the motion blur is perfict but the car
needs dirt and then I could not tell if It was cg or real

geat work
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Old 04 April 2002   #8
The reflection is from a HDRI map so i guess i could try a different one, here´s a pic from another angle

And on the "OLD" pic the car is standing in gravel so i made it sink in alottle, there´s tire tracks also but it dont show much at all
The "OLD" pic is rendered in Brazil 0.226 and the other in Vray 1.0

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Old 04 April 2002   #9
how the hell,, damn dude,, that top (grey scale image) just simply rocks,, did you model that whole scene? what kind of computer are you using?,, looks like your loving your car,, anyhoo you do excellent stuff,
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Old 04 April 2002   #10
I think the first image is very good indeed though if I was to nitpick, I'd say there is something about it that seems a little slightly like an up sized model to me as opposed to a picture of a real car. I find this with a lot of car pics I see and I think it's a very subtle relative scale thing. In this case it is probably as much because of the model. The Saab has an awkward look to it in real life IMHO.
I find it a very hard to look at the pics you do with the wood base..sorry..it really throws any perception of the car to me.

How are you finding Vray as opposed to Brazil????????
 
Old 04 April 2002   #11
WOW the top image is great. very convincing... what a cool old car
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Old 04 April 2002   #12
Pushing photo real there, just need to dirty the image up a bit and you'll nail it. Last ones my favorite


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