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

     

    CBR

     

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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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  • Bit more done on this. Throttle, grips, dash...gotta finish up the rear wheel drive assembly and then I think it should be done.

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    Nice work, so far looks good! :)


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    Good job, maybe little correction of dimensions would be good.

    For example handles are very thin imo, need to be maybe twice time thicker...

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  • On 6/27/2018 at 7:42 AM, bezo said:

    Good job, maybe little correction of dimensions would be good.

    For example handles are very thin imo, need to be maybe twice time thicker...

     

    Thanks! Agreed, the grips are on my list of things to fix.

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    Sorry I had to do this...check out my model of Yamaha MT07! :P

     

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    9 hours ago, Igor said:

    Sorry I had to do this...check out my model of Yamaha MT07! :P

     

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    can we see some wires? :P

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    2 hours ago, everfresh said:

    can we see some wires? :P

    I would, but for some reason Cinema 4D won't let me, I guess its a bug, must report it! XD :P


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