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Old 12-11-2008, 12:45 PM
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I tried going to that link, but it is just other links...am I missing something??

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Try www.**********.com

I thought that they had to discontinue this address. And also try www.*******.com. They are all the same people.

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Old 12-11-2008, 02:36 PM
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Here I thought we had a cool new member, and it was only another AD in discise, Great.

O golly gee, we shall step away and let the master have his say.....



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Old 12-13-2008, 03:31 PM
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Ohh noo you are over exaggerating this junk a little bit. I also run windows and would never touch a mac!

I just ordered a new pc couple min ago which will have
3.2ghz I7 CPU
12gigs Ram
and a decent video card.

But anyhow, I use 3D studio max. if you boys are interested in learning I actually sell a tutorial which teaches you how to do it all and I even put it up to download for free but just a low quality version.
I understand the editing and stuff, I also strongly believe in non advertising in this style of forum as Schnitz has stated.

But if you'd like to answer a couple of questions pertaining to this style of work could you do it here ??

What is the learning curve of the 3Dmax compared to say PS3, are there others that will give similar results if you have kinda settled into one way of working such as with layers, styles, airbrush and so on mainly Adobe based programs, I've even found it hard going back to Jasc for a few things.
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Well 3D max is different than photo shop. In 3D you cannot think of it as a picture anymore and have to think of it as a physical object. You get 4 view ports to work in and you have to use every single view to make sure your model looks good from any side.
You start off from a small box or a flat 2D plane which than you need to extend and work your way into making it 3D. You can youtube just stuff like 3D max and there should be a lot of posts regarding how it looks like and how people make things in it. Sorry about my writing I am a bit busy so typing a bit fast.

Edit: Here is another car I did for a cleint recenly. He wanted his ford to be mainly stock but with some crazy custom wheels.



Also, a colorful render will be out soon.

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uhhh, just to get the story straight, i really am not that big of an art freak; my little sister and her husband do custom artwork and what else would an older brother do in conversation besides mention that she's a great artist? I'm not looking to advertise anything. I'm only looking to get and give answers to people's car problems and carry small conversation via this forum. I've been a mechanic for 15 yrs. and a shop foreman for the last 10 of those. This is my REAL passion. And, guys, I'm sure that you weren't referencing me in that comment. That would have been pretty weak.

Anyway, nice artwork, forget the web sites I "posted".
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Old 12-13-2008, 10:34 PM
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Johnny, those links posted came back as too close to commercial advertising to allow, so I edited them out. As one of the mods covering this forum, I have no issue with sharing info, and cool art, but I viewed them as a "too close to allow" links, so I made the judgment call. It just keeps the board clean. As far as allowing price quotes publicly for services available, those posts will be split off to the dump as well. Info posts such as "PM me for prices if interested..." will be allowed (by me anyway..), but much more than that cannot (and will not) be tolerated.


If further explanation or clarity is needed, I will do my best to clear it up.


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Old 12-15-2008, 09:51 AM
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Sergey, I've seen some of these done bymajor artists, not that anything is wrong with your also great but a few that I've seen actually go as far as to add the "nibs" to the tires in unreal clarity. You have to hand it to you guys that do this, I don't think time will allow me to start a new program, but I'll still sit back and watch the dimension masters move ahead of the curve.
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Sergey, I've seen some of these done bymajor artists, not that anything is wrong with your also great but a few that I've seen actually go as far as to add the "nibs" to the tires in unreal clarity. You have to hand it to you guys that do this, I don't think time will allow me to start a new program, but I'll still sit back and watch the dimension masters move ahead of the curve.
Yeah, I dont go all out on detail with these cars, But for my personal work I do

Check these out for myself.







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Wow! All you need to add is a bit more color, butt cheek impressions, and some french fries in a fry sleeve and I'd call it a bluff. No way that could be 3D with that kind of imaging. Nice work!


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Hey Man, thanks for the compliments. And dont worry about the advertisement modifications I am not offended or anything at all because I know that's not allowed and I wasn't sure if it was a form of advertisement or not but either way its fine and no problems.

Anyhow, here is another image

I will have a lot more soon to come as soon as I assemble my new pc!


Throw some Torque Thrust on it and I'll have new wallpaper.
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Old 12-18-2008, 08:23 AM
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wallpaper

x2 and i will have new wallpaper also
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Hey Guys, so I noticed you had an art place on the forum and I guess i will show you what I do for fun and freelance.









And i will be adding more work soon.
hey man this aint anything that awesome, Im glad you get fun out of it but try using a pen and paper, maybe some paint then you can make some money. this is ovibous photoshope past and edit ****. Looks really cheap and the close up the less detail, lighting everything all bad.

on the other hand its great for an amatuer jack off. My advice go to school, art school, graphic design and actually learn some **** instead of showing your sploogeY bull****.

sorry i just take offense to it cause I took a two year course at mcad..
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hey man this aint anything that awesome, Im glad you get fun out of it but try using a pen and paper, maybe some paint then you can make some money. this is ovibous photoshope past and edit ****. Looks really cheap and the close up the less detail, lighting everything all bad.

on the other hand its great for an amatuer jack off. My advice go to school, art school, graphic design and actually learn some **** instead of showing your sploogeY bull****.

sorry i just take offense to it cause I took a two year course at mcad..
First I suggest you clean up YOUR act. Profanity is not allowed here and will get you banned if you keep it up. Also name calling is NOT allowed. You have now been warned and the mods will be watching you. Any further occurrences will result in suspension of your posting privileges.

On a second note... I you don't like someone's art keep your mouth shut. As a former art teacher I can tell you from experience that berating someone else's hard work will not win you any friends, especially here.
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Old 12-18-2008, 07:48 PM
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sorry i just take offense to it cause I took a two year course at mcad..

You may have taken an art course, but you do not know anything about art appreciation, or acting like an adult.

Maybe you need more time in school, but more than likely you just need an attitude adjustment.

If you were truly "old school" , you would know that.


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