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Online RS


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Dutchie - they are awesome  :thumbsup:
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Online RS


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* Sigh *


NSFW warning coming up.    :D

 ::)

and i need to remember that Not Safe for Work also means Not Safe for Bus  :doh:
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::)

and i need to remember that Not Safe for Work also means Not Safe for Bus  :doh:


LMAO   



Offline dutchie34


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cheers RS,

yeah its funny how when you first do it, its a bit of an unknown, you do stuff like wheels, and basic car shapes, then it carries on to 'i'll just add a bit more detail here and bit more detail there, some turn out to be fairly ordinary but when u complete a good one, its fairly rewarding. I tend to do more of the older famous race cars.

The Porker 936 takes about 120hrs, :waah:    the Fezza 126C2 took about 300 hours. :faint:

some early work attached,



Online RS


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The Porker 936 takes about 120hrs, :waah:    the Fezza 126C2 took about 300 hours. :faint:


WOW,

the mosler took me 12 - 15 hours to make ... LOL
the mini about 5-6 hours


would love to send an account out for 300hours worth of work  :faint:
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Offline flamestone

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The Porker 936 takes about 120hrs, :waah:    the Fezza 126C2 took about 300 hours. :faint:

Nice stuff.

But  :eek: :eek: :eek:



Offline waz356


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i think its one of those things when you get hooked, its hard to stop at doing basic detail,

i started a couple of years ago as an extension of my Architectural CAD background and got pissed off using crappy auto pics to embelish good Archi images.

I started using 3d studio max, but i'm now using Rhino. i also use tech data, blueprints, photos.

some pics attached

Love the Martini 936...  :thumbsup:



Offline Red Baron


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Good to see this type of work here, I also model cars for games/sims, some nice stuff guy's. :thumbsup:

RS, I'd like to see some of your wireframes sometime.




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