Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R NISMO 20th anniversary edition

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  1. Zachary

    Zachary jalopy madness

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    Nissan Skyline (R32) GT-R NISMO 20th anniversary edition (2004)
     

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    Hey, if it isn't a secret. How do you make renders like that so they show up lines to make good looking blueprints?
     
  3. Icekid84

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    I think its a secret, If I recall I remember reading that him and a friend were developing a filter or something ( sorry for not correct term) that does that.
     
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    Great blueprints from a great model. Thanks for donation.
     
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    Cellshading render ;) thanks btw
     
  6. Zachary

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    nope, it aint be cellshade render. :roll:
     
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    are they 100% correct?
     
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    aniboady has tested theM?
     
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    the blueprint layout like this works better in 3d programs. thanks alot
     

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