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Modelling of epic proportions :D that deserves 2 GOLD STARS 

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holy moly that is some amazing modeling, especially that wicker basket and all quads to boot.  very well done CBR.

will you be able to show the finished product after it has been out?


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40 minutes ago, bobc4d said:

will you be able to show the finished product after it has been out?

Yes absolutely . Lots of texturing and lighting to do first. 

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That is amazing!  I know what I can do and it felt like I was driving on the highway, as fast as I can, and I just saw a Corvette fly by me!!!  The details are just incredible.

 

Mark

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Pretty impressive modelling there. Wish I would have the patience to persevere and complete such task.

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  • Thank you guys for all the nice comments :)

     

    2 hours ago, C4DS said:

    Pretty impressive modelling there. Wish I would have the patience to persevere and complete such task.

    Tbh, I wonder if I would have done, had it not been a job for a client !

     

    On 29/09/2017 at 7:44 AM, digitvisions said:

    especially the wicker basket modelling which is very difficult to avoid intersecting.

     

    Ha - if I'm honest, I will need another couple of hours at the end to go round and finally eliminate them all - there are few shameful intersections remaining :) 

     

    12 hours ago, lopakam said:

    That is amazing!  I know what I can do and it felt like I was driving on the highway, as fast as I can, and I just saw a Corvette fly by me!!!  The details are just incredible.

     

    Thank you buddy. But it's just standard SDS modelling techniques + time - I have every confidence you could do this sort of thing. The initial reference pics were pretty scary looking at them as whole, but once you start breaking it down into manageable sections it becomes less daunting, and plans start to form.

     

    On 28/09/2017 at 10:05 PM, spiralstair said:

    If You like the balloon, you should see the fridge!!!

    Oh excellent - can I show them the fridge ?! :)

     

    On 29/09/2017 at 7:44 AM, digitvisions said:

    2 GOLD STARS 

    Thank you dude. Can I convert those to cash ? What are they - £100 each ? ;)

     

    CBR

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  • 4 minutes ago, spiralstair said:

    Yes @Cerbera, particularly the wobbly wire shelves and ice dispenser

    Coool. In both senses ;) Will do that in another post at some point...

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