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  1. #1
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    Vehicle: 'TiTie'

    Oh no!... not another TT!

    Any form of feedback that anyone wishes to offer will be greatly appreciated!



  2. #2
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    Great Job

    Even though it is another Audi TT, I am very impressed.
    The modeling is superb, very detailed. I love the lights. The lighting and textures are great too.
    I haven't mastered auto modeling yet, I am never satisfied with my results. I would love to see a wire frame and some comments on how you modeled the TT.

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    THats really good, i like all the PR cars that are done here, we could have are own motor show if someone wants to render it!, I loved the 6th image, can i use it as a desktop? great backdrop you do that too?


  4. #4
    Good to see you here MAXIS

    really great modifications and i like color.

    I would only increase subpatch render level by one (now i can see some small segmentation on latest image 1280 resolution ).
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    Nice TiTies .Sorry, someone had to say it. Love the rims-tires-brakes. Great modeling there. Color is good too. I have to like orange, I work for Depot
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    Question Lighting Question

    Maxis, great work, and a much more interesting colour!

    Did you use radiosity or lots of area lights for your lighting?
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    Man wow love the car in the station (no6), but can we get a larger render 1152 x 870. I gave you some stars so PLS spread the love :-)

  8. #8
    Some constructive criticism: Looks really good but you might want to add some small nicks or dirt to the paint. It looks too perfect and in that way; a bit fake. Even a car coming off a car lot which looks perfect has some dust or dirt on it. Try adding a tiny touch of noise in Photoshop and then erase a bunch of it and use that as a specular map. Something to take away (just a bit) from the perfect specularity of the paint and other glossy areas would add a lot.

    Hope this helps.


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