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  • Finished vector vehicle

    This is something in progress. However. i decided to fiddle around with some stuff and came up with this cool lill design. I'll post the final image when it is done. Eventually (2 days) its going to be a full color and finished car model.

    (View below for finished piece)

    Post Edited (tZ) : 4/18/2005 9:37:24 PM GMT

  • #2
    Itīs look like going on the road of great skills and professional work , please do not crash it on your way to the final image full color.

    It remenber me th Road to perdition film... Tom Hanks and all that.

    See ya.

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    • #3
      That's looking awesome so far!

      I can't wait to see the finished article...


      • #4
        I like the presence of the black and white on black but, i have to color it for a class project. Any how here is some progress.


        • #5

          YNOT i now feel your 'pain',lol....... wow that was toughy.

          I would have liked to get more detailed and such but, the 3 day deadline was a killer.

          Post Edited (tZ) : 4/18/2005 10:56:28 PM GMT


          • #6
            I'd really like to see this in the original B&W, as i don't think this is looking as good as the early version. It's still really good, but it promoiseed so much more at the beginning!

            Also, it might be me, but you seem to have conflicting light sources.

            Looking at it again, you seemed to have sacrificed alot of the detail in favour of the gradients, which aren't really working tbh.



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              tZ said...
              YNOT i now feel your 'pain',lol....... wow that was toughy.
              It takes a lot of time on these vector cars...practice, practice, practice. [img]/DesktopModules/dotNetBB/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img] It looks like you've got the hang of it though, so you're on your way.

              I have to say, I like the b/w version you started with better, it looked really good. I'm not knockin' your final version, but the b/w one had a really nice feel to it.

              Keep up the good work and I look forward to seeing more of your stuff.


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