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    Cool object: Audi V8 Concept Engine

    hi this is my lastest work : Audi concept engine, this was done in Lightwave and Rhino, (mostly in Lightwave), Hdri was used, C&C are welcome, good or bad I dun mind, just want to know what you guys think



    one of the wire frame:
    http://www.ycpan.com/images/wireframe3.gif

    online portfolio: http://www.ycpan.com

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    Wow, you have more patience than I do.
    How many days/hours do you estimate that it took you do this, and what did you use for reference? Lots of nice detail, although, from looking at the wireframe, it doesn't look animatable as is, at least not the belt anyway.

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    Absolutely awsome work!
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    Exacly the engine i need to build in my Audi A8

    Nice work looks very need .

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    I am truly stunned! This is the kind of images I love!

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    Excellent modelling Yuchenpan, I'd be interested to know which parts started in Rhino and how you got those parts into Lightwave. Its good to see some industrial /mechanical design in the Gallery.

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    Very nice, I too love techy renders like this.

    Out of interest where did you grab the reference from? Did you have an engine to measure from or was it from plans?

    Matt

    P.S. Nice design on your website too (I'm an industrial designer too!)
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    Originally posted by noiseboy
    I'd be interested to know which parts started in Rhino and how you got those parts into Lightwave
    If you look at the wireframes on this link:

    http://www.ycpan.com/engineinfo.htm

    The parts with lots of triangulation are the imported Rhino models, so it looks like the main engine block, the rest is obviously LightWave.
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    Wow, that is one sick piece of work. I always wonder how people have the patience to model something like this. You have to have a real passion for the project to devote this kind of time to one model.

    Awesome work, extremely detailed, no crits here.

    Brett

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    Thats kick ***..
    now lets see it running

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    hi, thanks for all ur comments,
    mattbolton-this work took me around one month to do it, including test render and final render time. And NO, there is no way I can animate it
    noiseboy-matt is correct, if you look at the wireframes, the parts with lots of triangulation are the imported Rhino models, you can see a lot in the piston+valve part, rest of them are LW.
    Matt-I looked through some Auto Magazines as well as brouchers etc for reference, and no, there is no engine to measure from or from any plans(that's why it looks unlike the real engine), I just made it for fun Btw, nice to see an industrial designer here, I reckon Iam the only person who use Lw in my class

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    dynamics...so much fun ;) prospector's Avatar
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    I reckon Iam the only person who use Lw in my class
    Then maby you should be the teacher
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    Originally posted by yuchenpan
    Btw, nice to see an industrial designer here, I reckon Iam the only person who use Lw in my class
    I'd love to know how many Product Design studios use LightWave, most use 3DSMax, Alias Studio (for those with deep pockets!) or other proprietry renderers that come bundled with their CAD package.

    The only ones I know of are Dyson (well, one of their graphics guy uses it - Luxology Gallery Entry) Policarpo a designer who works at Frog Design uses it and ourselves.

    I'm sure there are many more!
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    http://www.retinalreality.com
    this company have used Ashlar-vellum products to model and lightwave to render. They also have a plugin to use a Microscribe arm with Lightwave.

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    Outstanding model, but I am confused. On the intake cover it says V8. Is this a V8 or V10 engine? If this is a V8 engine, there are only 4 cylinders per side. Not the 5 that are picture. This engine could also be an inline 5, but the width of the engine makes me belive that this is V type engine.
    When you have done it right, poeple are unsure that you have done anything at all.

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