Discussion in 'Vehicles' started by ChiefWiggum, Jul 26, 2020.
I lift my foot and use the clutch with the H-box
had a good progress this day, had a little fear about the exhaust
yes it is the problem of the 12 cylinders, but it is superb! it looks like the real car so realistic are the details
Oh la la! C'est beau!
the Murasama is on the Way.....
wahnsinn...great Work chief
Oh la! Very fan!
first run out in rf2.....
Looks great .Release it
Sieht super aus Andy . Hau ihn raus
For years I never knew the movie Grand Prix (starring James Garner) was loosely based on real world events. Ronnie Bucknum was the American that Garner's character was modeled after. Bucknum looked like he could have been an American football player, I'm surprised he was able to fit into those tin cans. (love all those rivets!)
Is there any way to tweak the 3D a bit more? The tube is not as thick as the RA300 with it most noticeable around the cockpit (which should be higher), and the opening itself being a bit too wide. The scale of the tires looks a bit off but can't really say much without understand the scale of the chassis itself. The 1967 F1 cars were awesome and the last batch of fantastic cars for a very long time (until the mid-1980s) and this whale was one of my favorites .
you are right, I have edited the Carbody a little bit, but I'm not sure about your first Pic, this looks a little bit compressed for me, here you can see the compare to the newer one.....
Hello Chief Wiggum. I would like to ask a favour. If you have some spare time, could you finish your wonderful work on F1 1975 Historic Edition?
I am wondering, with these new phones doing LIDAR, could a trip to a museum to see a car result in a 3D scan?
number 14 like it !
the sound couldn t be more concentrate between high and low frequency. i find actually so agressiv for my ear. Sorry
I've got an iPad that has the LiDAR scanner, I'm just awaiting that we be able to go back to the race tracks/museums / (even bars...) to be able to test it out on a real race car. Will keep you posted
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