Buick Wildcat 1966, Luis Calero (3D)


#1

Title: Buick Wildcat 1966
Name: Luis Calero
Country: Spain
Software: 3dsmax 6, Vray

Hi Folks…

This image created to 3D TOTAL TEXTURES v8 tutorials.

Modelated using 3DSMAX 6 and render with VRAY,with a model kit and photographs references.

Using photoshop for final composition.

hope you like…


#2

Can’t believe I’m the first to post! This image is very cool! Loved the composition and the front part is also very detailed! Perhaps the red metal could have a harder specular, but maybe it´s just me.

Congrats, Chewaka!

Keep keeping!


#3

C00l. Maybe the reflection is too high to this old buick.


#4

That looks very kewl bro, perhaps a little bit to much reflection indeed, but that isn’t such a big deal, it really looks kewl, I’m looking forward to see more of your work…


#5

very nice image, great integration


#6

Have to agree with Chasnam, maybe a tiny bit too reflective but thats on;y if I’m trying to be very picky, excellent composition.


#7

the lighting in this is perfect, and the model is really is really cool, good job man :thumbsup:


#8

Wow, that almost looks real. Nice job!


#9

Sweet. And refreshing. Its tired of seeing only showroom cars. The front grill and headlights are right on. There’s something about the main car body shader though… I suspect its just too much reflection, not enough schmutz, like everyone says. Get some grime on the windshield too while youre at it.
love, hen


#10

Very amazing… great work, i like the very detailled front of the car, and the car-paint too
very very photo-reallistic… :)…

Off topic : Will be a great place to talk with leia about kafka and kant :smiley:

Amazing … congratulations


#11

Thanks to everybody for the comments.

If, to have reason about the reflections,perhaps send new renders, a greeting to all.

Sorry for my english please :shrug:


#12

good composition. But Frenkie is right…


#13

The only problem really is it’s too reflective but other than that it’s worth a plug. And thanks for being brave enough not to do another squeaky clean car.

lild


#14

Nicely done. A good one!


#15

Waaw, nice car! I like shading and texturing, lichting as well, good work

:thumbsup:


#16

there is nothing quite like a classic…nice work


#17

I like it.
But as some said something extrange with the reflections of the car paint.

Gus


#18

I agree with the comments on the reflections, but still excellent work.


#19

awesome piece of work, keep it up!


#20

compositing could be done a lil’ bit better…i would focus mostly on the lighting…it looks too bright and refractive…perhaps add some more rust to it?