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    Batmobile 1989

    Got hold of the Hotwheels 1:18 model and thought I'd have a go at modelling my own... had to be done
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    mate that goes beyond EPIC!

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    Have to agree, that is rather epic. like the second one the most.


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    Why didn't you sub-D your wireframes on your website, wouldn't they look better smoothed? Anyway, it's not my favorite of the designs but your model of it is spot on.

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    Thanks for the feedback guys

    Quote Originally Posted by djwaterman View Post
    Why didn't you sub-D your wireframes on your website, wouldn't they look better smoothed? Anyway, it's not my favorite of the designs but your model of it is spot on.
    I like people to see how the topology flows before subpatching as I feel it gives a better idea before it's patched, it just me, there's no other reason, I take a lot of care in my poly count and flow and like to show it, maybe it's better to show it in sub-D ? maybe others could leave comments on what they feel...

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    You can still see the poly flow and poly count when its smoothed, it just looks nicer, you have it smoothed on some of your other car models, that's why I asked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calilifestyle View Post
    In fairness they have a point, somebody has designed it just like we would design our own models and be a bit pissed if somebody used the same design BUT the difference being there's no way we could call the Batmobile our own and get away with it I always look at it that it’s a good advert for them because people start to talk about the product again (Batman) and it’s free advertising for them. Ford made model sites pull all Ford related models (Aston Martin etc) from places like Turbosquid until modellers change the licence agreement, maybe character model will go the same way, but look at how many other makes of cars are available...?

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    Nice Job. The Burton batmobiles was one of my first car models I did several years ago.

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    How chuffed, just seen that Newtek has used the Batmobile render as a banner for this months news letter ... well pleased

    https://www.lightwave3d.com/newslett...ve-newsletter/

    thanks to those that chose it if you read this
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    Nice one Tony. Looks good on the newsletter.


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    It made the latest newsletter too.

    (Spoke too soon, was mentioned already).

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    Quote Originally Posted by calilifestyle View Post
    Congrats on the Newtek page! They picked one sexy image!
    Seems if you're in the UK, stuff that is under copyright in NA is not necessarily so there.
    Look at the Star Wars Stormtrooper case.....Lucas lost. At least over seas.

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    I was just wasting some time on facebook and a friend of mine posted a photo of a batmobile toy with the title "my new toy, the best batmobile ever". The next post is the LW newsletter and BOOM! your batmobile!

    Is it 1989 again?... cool.

    anyway, congratulations! EPIC is the word.

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    Thanks very much guys

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