Audi A5 Coupe (NURBS)

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  1. Kantemir

    Kantemir New Member

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    Awesome work!:)
     
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    Thank you guys! I really appreciate it!

    Oscar J: It's a Rhino, but the emap which I used for grabbing these shots is inspired by Alias :)
     
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    Oscar, he's using the same plugin i'm using (Admodeling). I prefer Rhino + Ad modeling too because the programmers who made ICEM Surf wrote that plugin, do research on ICEM Surf
     
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    Hi guys, I'm back with a few pictures after long pause.

    Slowly but surely the finish is comming, but still a lot of things needs to be done. This weekend I would like to work on the wipers, but I'll see.

    audi.jpg audi2.jpg audi3.jpg audi5.jpg audi4.jpg audi6.jpg
     
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    Thanks helicase :)

    Render makes me worries. I've never done it before and learn it will take a lot of time. I would rather want to spend this time by modeling. However I also want to see this car rendered, so probably I won't have any choice :D

    In view of the foregoing, I absolutely have no idea which program I should to use. Which one you would suggest?
     
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    I'm not a render guy, you don't want to ask me lol. Blender cycles is free. That's what I use to render out my hobby projects.
     
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    Hello guys,

    I've finally finished windshield wipers this weekend as well as license plates and some other small stuff. Next I want to do a handle of the trunk and lights for rear license plate. See ya :)

    a17.jpg a18.jpg a20.jpg a19.jpg
     
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    Loos super smooth, you should ask Oscar if he can render it for you ;)

    can you explain your process of doing those flat parts on the wheel wells? Maybe show some CV's.

    Is it better to use a trim surface, or untrimmed on those?
     

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    Thank you mate.

    That's a good idea to leave rendering to someone skilled, but I don't know whether Oscar will be interested :) Regarding to your question, what you meant by "wheel wells"? Do you mean the wheel arch?
     
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    Yes, how do you make the part i am pointing too on the wheel arch. Ask Oscar and find out ;)
     
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    For the wheel arch I used the untrimmed single span surface. First I created two 5 degree curves with 6 control points. I tried to have as smooth curvature as was possible. After that I just created the single span surface based on these two curves with function LOFT. And thats all :)

    I can't attach pictures, and is not a first time. What is wrong with this website?
     
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    This is what mine looks like. Thanks for sharing your method!
     

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    Yeah your looks good imo. I think that it doesn't matter which approach you choose. But for me is easier to work with curves and small single span surface than with one big trimmed surface.
     
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    there are many roads leading to the same destination of clean surfaces i'm sure. I can't wait to see this rendered :)
     
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    Hi guys,

    here is a small update how car bodywork looks like with a bunch of fillets :) ... because I'm not able to upload pictures here (I don't know why) I was forced to upload them outside ...

    https://goo.gl/photos/7QAXotqvt7sJkB5x7
     
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    looks too good m8
     
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    Great quality work.
     
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    can you just post the pics on here, I never click links.
     
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    I tried it many times but it doesn't work. Some kind of error occured every time. But you don't need to have worries, it's a link directly to my album on my google account.
     

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