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Honda NR750 WIP

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Eyewired    7

My Samurai needs a sweeter ride than just a skateboard. Working on this Honda NR750...classic early 90's Superbike...pretty happy with this one so far. Curved body work was a good challenge but not too crazy. I had to subdivide a little more than I wanted to get the headlights in there but not nearly as much as I've had to with previous models. Still have a decent amount of details to put into this one...but that's the fun part!

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Cerbera    1,922

That looks very nice indeed, but I can't bask in the glory of that wireframe until I can see it a bit bigger :)

 

CBR

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  • 1 hour ago, Cerbera said:

    That looks very nice indeed, but I can't bask in the glory of that wireframe until I can see it a bit bigger :)

     

    CBR

    Hah! Here it is! Top is without SDS, middle is with SDS...very bottom is the tank before I divided geometry at all...I was super happy with the way that turned out, I managed to get the cut out for the gas cap and that indented curve in the tank while still keeping polygons relatively low.

     

    Only reason I had to subdivide the rest of it was because I couldn't get those headlights in there without more geometry. 

     

    I've definitely learned when it comes to smooth vehicles, the less polygons the better to keep lines smooth looking.

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    Cerbera    1,922

    Thanks dude. Very enjoyable indeed. Superb cornering, in both senses ;)

     

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    Eyewired    7
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  • Some more progress with the wheels, struts and brakes. I was pretty happy with how the rims turned out, they had a lot of irregular lines and curves that were tough to add in. 

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