'65 Mustang fastback

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  1. Andy5691

    Andy5691 New Member

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    Hi. I've been working on this on and off for a while. It's not my first car, but it's hopefully the first one i finish, so I'd love to get some critiques and comments.

    MustangFUlllHD.png

    This is the latest render:

    Mustang nobo3.png

    The exterior is mostly done except the side windows, a few details on the front and the wipers. Wheels and tires are bad , they are only temporary. I would love to get the Mustang as accurate as possible, so feel free to comment if something looks off.

    Also I just started the interior so I'll be posting progress:
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    Great model, the door panel looks awesome!
     
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    Thanks.

    I did the door jamb(?) area today so here's some wires and renders..
    wire12.png wire11.png wire8.png wire10.png
     
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    the detail work looks great
     
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    Thank you.

    I did a lot of stuff in the past few days: Started new "rally" wheels.

    mustang test 15 .jpg

    Reworked some interior panels and modeled some other parts. Still more detail to add. interior mustang 2.jpg interior mustang 1.jpg

    instrument cluster: panel 3.jpg

    It's still WIP but it's coming along. Maybe i'll redo the floor before adding seats. panel 9.jpg
    Test render. I know the texture on the carpet is bad. I'm not good at texturing but ill fix it later.
    panel 6.jpg

    Also a lot done on the exterior, added license plate holders, started the full door sheet metal, redone the gas cap, redone the panel behind the license plate and redone the taillight lenses. I'm pretty satisfied with the material on them. Latest render: panel 8.png

    Thanks for watching.
     
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    ^Tnx, Just saw your Merc, it's looking great.

    New wheels are mostly done but materials are not final. I added a whitewall stripe on the tires as I've seen it a lot on ref. photos but not yet sure if I' leave it on.
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    Also trying new paint material with orange peel effect, but I need to tone it down a bit because now it looks like a terrible paint job XD untitledsadasd2 .jpg
     
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    very nice model and renders!!! Just little bit too much noise on the body material I think, but VERY nice.
     
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    Its looking really nice mate, you're doing a great job...its just a pity this site isnt very alive any more for more people to appreciate your work.
    As you said, the orange peel bump is just a little large atm, and also you might want to put it in a fall off as you shouldnt really see the bump unless youre looking directly at it
     

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