SMC Super Challenge IV - Helmet

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  1. Krystian

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    SMCars Super Challange IV
    Helmet


    Challenge #4

    As requested in this thread. Design your own helmet. It can be any type of helmet: open, closed, motorbike's, open wheeler's, your choice. This time you've got 2 weeks and ability to use textures :). Good luck and have fun.
    Rules

    • NO restrictions for polygon count.
    • Textures and custom materials are allowed,
    • Renders are allowed
    • You must submit your work before Monday 5th October to this topic (comments are welcomed here too)
    • You can't use any of you previous projects.
    • No teaming up, it has to be your own work!
     
  2. Astr0s

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    Pure awesomeness!!!
     
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    I can´t believe!!!

    i thougtht it was an interesting Challenge because it´s a little bit different than car design. i´m so happy. Thanks to everybody...and good luck!
     
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    I think im gonna gove this a go :d
     
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    Yeah this sounds like some fun :p
     
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    I might have idea what to do, need to think if I would join aswell :)

    Great idea indeed!
     
  7. The IC

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    well, ive already done an Arai GP5, so i guess ill try and jump in with a Simpson Diamondback :uhh:....probably wont finish in time though
     
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    IC it says design your own helmet? Actually what does that mean, design geometrical or graphics?
     
  9. The IC

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    hmm...youre right, that might need clarification...Krystian?
     
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    Designing your own helmet doesn't mean you have to invent a brand new shape. You can use a real shape, model it accurately, and create your own graphics : it's still "your own design".
     
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    Not so easy, no? drawing and thinking...
     
  12. Lynx

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    here is my start on a futuristic racing helmet, lol. Keep in mind this is my first ever attempt at a helmet so im still kinda learning.
     

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    Krystian Lamborghini President

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    Exactly as Tom said. + as Lynx already did, you can design the shape from scratch :)
     
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    Here is the start of mine, i dont think im making a full body, dont know yet, skins too dark
    i mean that is if i can add a person?
     

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    The jaw bit looks tad bit too big :D
     
  16. Lynx

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    Added some more details to the "Space Race" helmet, lol.
     

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    I have no idea what i was thinking :D
     

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    Looks like a bad ass robot head with some killer shades, lol. I think it looks cool dude!
     
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    your's isn't looking bad yourself, i am digging the tube! and details on it.
     
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    Thanks dude. I changed the tubes for some smaller ones with a bit more detail connecting them. Still testing and adding things, lol.
     

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