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Rus
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22nd Jun 06 at 17:40   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Its a fiat 500



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22nd Jun 06 at 19:31   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

do a corsa instead.
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quote:
Originally posted by robmarriott
do a corsa instead.


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update

having a few problems with the front of the car, even though you cant see it and a problem with the front side window


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sorted out them problems, got others now



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23rd Jun 06 at 23:38   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

i have absolutely no idea how to do that, so i'm impressed either way.

corsa next.
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what program are you using to do that?
its very good
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looks like 3d studio max to me
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yeah, its 3d max. i'm tempted to do a corsa tbh. do a replica of mine
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how long has it taken to create what you have there?
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26th Jun 06 at 01:45   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Thats ace. Need those views of a Corsa though, not sure if the stuff out of the brochures would be good enough?


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ye a replica of yours wood be good

looks complicated that

cool tho
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i've spent about 6 hours on it so far. Needs alot more tweeking. I've brought the arches out more, and sorted some problems near the door and front of the car.

brochures would be quite good. See what happens after i finish this one
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its cool Rus - 3d studio max easy to use?
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yeah, alot easier than maya
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i have a blueprint of a corsa you could use maybe ? no top view though
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thats what i've been looking for a top view

i wont be doing it soon though
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There isn't a tutorial for a corsa.
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I have yet to atempt to modle a car in Max. How long you been useing it mate?
I used it a while ago for A level Graphics Project, always a programe i try to get to know to use, but dont have the time lately.
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started learning it last week

i learnt maya for a year though, so i got to grips with max very easily
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Mmm yeah i had maya 6 but it didnt work, kept freezing and giving me error messages
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what techniques are you using.. max is very good if you can find the right one for the part you are doing..

i notice your using mesh smooth as well (or turbo smooth) that could be causing some of the problems you were having if you had vertices which werent welded or were overlapping

if you want to keep the windows square then model them solid rather than leaving them out and apply a material and lower the opacity.. means the smooth modifier wont round the window corners too much..

good job btw!
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i'll be modelling window sills and the windows seperatly, so once there in and attached. it should be alright.

techique wize, just planes and dragging them out, cuts, welding, chamfers and extrudes
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ah gotcha.. ever tried using a quadpatch then using the vertex cut tool to get the shape sorted? means the topograpgy comes out generally more even.. which is handy when it comes the the pillars

dont wanna hi-jack your thread, dont think theres enough people interested to make a new one

ive been workin on this in me spare time.. still plenty to do mind.. no where near correct yet

started that with a quadpatch then was suprisingly easy cus of the clean lines i spose


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