Car tutorial?

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Car tutorial? // Tutorium Requests

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Post by iconabhi113 // Sep 3, 2008, 11:50am

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Does anyone have a tutorial to create a car model?

Post by robert // Sep 7, 2008, 7:02am

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Just Google car modeling tutorial, also check out Jack's organics course, I found that to be very helpful.;)

I have a thread in the work in progress section with my "futuristic" car (looks more like a space shuttle rip off:D), once I've finished that I'll be making a mustang (pictured below).:cool:

If you really need a video course I could draft up a video tutorial, but after you see Jack's organics course and have looked up some stuff on the internet I'm pretty sure you won't be needing it except in specific instances.

One thing I can guarantee is that you'll need images for reference because with a model like this it won't be possible to wing it and hope it comes out right, you'll just end up frustrated and annoyed.

Like I alluded to earlier if you wan't specifics you can post in "The Round Table" or if you already have something started in "Work in Progress" section ask there and someone will notice.

Vehicles are just hard to get a general tutorial for because there is such a wide variety, Hummer vs. Koenigsegg CCX for example.

Post by prodigy // Sep 8, 2008, 9:34am

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As robert pointed, the best way to make a car is using blue prints..

Here is a wip on how i made a Mustang Boss.. maybe helps..


Post by robert // Sep 8, 2008, 12:20pm

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Here is a wip on how i made a Mustang Boss.. maybe helps..


WOW...There is so much stuff there to use!:jumpy:

*adds to favorites*;)

Post by Humdinger // Sep 13, 2008, 2:06am

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Does anyone have a tutorial to create a car model?

I find the method here almost fool proof...

Post by Ambrose // Sep 13, 2008, 5:07am

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Cant find Andy Kays Mini tutorial any more.

Think that might be handy here ;)

Certainly fun anyway...

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