I'd hate to be the wet blanket of the crowd, but your door seams don't seem to be showing up as prominently as I'd expect them to look. Not sure if they were made too thin, or the shadow bias is playing tricks... or what. But the last front render, every thing seems to blend together because of this....
Hmmm, in all honesty I would've kept the lens-flare... They did it all the time with Miami Vice, capturing the lens-flare over the buildings and cars, and it gives it a real tropic/Miami feel. I'd stick with it
Other than that, really good stuff mate. Excellent job!!
@Spitty: Thanks Tom just motivated my. Try to imagine riced Countach by Catlin
@Tom, shilpinator: Thanks a lot mates
@Erik: Unfortunley in Miami Vice they used two white! lamboz with white interiors :| Maybe after contest I will play with it. I have in plans render all my models in one scene
@mmm: You explained me it on IRC channel, as I said that's all light's position work, hope my new render doesn't have this issue.
@Doc: Yeah, lean flares are old shool so it sould look properly in old style movie-like-render
@kawaiistef: hmm, I'm sure my wheels are right sized, I even measured it. About lowering it, it seams countaches had high rised suspesion because it's lowest as I can. Front wheels have to turn (some ppl would make it low to da floja, rise da camber to -5 [mr.mean, crackiln] and put some bling-bling 23" on it - who cares about turning wheels )
Anyway, those are my final render. I don't wanna bother with it for now. I'm sure I could get much more from it but I'm just bored with it.