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Old 07 July 2008   #1
Concept Car (Mid engine - European style), Phong Vu (3D)



Title: Concept Car (Mid engine - European style)
Name: Phong Vu
Country: USA
Software: Modo

This is my first car I've ever made. Modeled and Render with Modo, and post work in Photoshop.

C&C are welcome.
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Old 07 July 2008   #2
Very nice concept. The only thing I dislike are those "spikes" on the front of the car. What for?
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Old 07 July 2008   #3
Originally Posted by cyberjobe: Very nice concept. The only thing I dislike are those "spikes" on the front of the car. What for?


they look like mounts for the front splitter.


nice design,
My only crit is the design of the front,
its a bit bullish and the shape it would effect drag coefficient,
maybe drop some of this ( as its free of the engine block been a R-R configuration I guess)
it help with e the air flow dramatically, you could also extend the front window down in a curve to this area.
but that what i do,
just seems the drivers view of the 10 o'clock and 2 o'clock would have restrictions dew to the design
that would be very limiting for a sports car when your aiming for the apex,
I love the back end.

great job
4 stars.
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Last edited by Lman : 07 July 2008 at 03:08 PM.
 
Old 07 July 2008   #4
Originally Posted by Lman: they look like mounts for the front splitter.


Looks like "mad max" to me. hehe
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Old 07 July 2008   #5
very fine work, good luck with future projects
 
Old 07 July 2008   #6
nice job , need to see more reflection on rims (If it's really your first car you ever made I'de like to give you 6 * )
 
Old 07 July 2008   #7
Smile

looking gud.... keep it up.......
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Old 07 July 2008   #8
Thanks everybody for your kind words.

I've made 2 attempts to model car like 2 years ago but I've never made it this far. All I got was unfinished fenders and hood. I've never even gotten to model the wheels yet.

I'm very new to car modeling but i'm not so new to 3D. I've been doing architecture rendering for quite a while now.

My understanding about car aerodynamic is still very blurry. I will need to do a lot more research it. This is just my fun project I did for self education, so ... that's not much of a deal.

And I very appreciate all of your comments.
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Last edited by ipx : 07 July 2008 at 05:44 PM.
 
Old 07 July 2008   #9
Originally Posted by Lman: they look like mounts for the front splitter.



yes they are.
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Old 07 July 2008   #10
More pics




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Old 07 July 2008   #11
oohh good job i like your car
 
Old 07 July 2008   #12
Nice model I think but stuido is very bad or the material of the car, reflection should be more blured and light should me more contrasted, regards!
 
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