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Solidworks Car Modelling Wip

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some are done with Photoworks, the one i just posted is done with Hypershot.

 

Photoworks takes a lot longer for less of a result.......... i think

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Guest schwinndk

They look very nice.. Good job there... I still have my old Audi TT file, but haven´t done any more with it because of its humongous file size, witch gives problems when rendering in other programs. Will have to look into that Hypershot thing for sure....

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Guest retrospec

That is amazing! how much time did you spend on that? I use Solidworks but i have no idea how to do a car, I'm thinking about learning rhino to do that or should I stick with Solidworks?

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Guest designerxyz

hi , nate

realy audi tt work very nice, please this share model sw part , thanks now...:)))

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That is amazing! how much time did you spend on that? I use Solidworks but i have no idea how to do a car, I'm thinking about learning rhino to do that or should I stick with Solidworks?

 

can't really remember, i did this model when i had no work on.

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They look very nice.. Good job there... I still have my old Audi TT file, but haven´t done any more with it because of its humongous file size, witch gives problems when rendering in other programs. Will have to look into that Hypershot thing for sure....

 

 

i upgraded my computer so it could handle the file a bit better. Hypershot makes it to easy, which is the way it should be.

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Tried the hypershot trail witch I enjoyed a lot. It was just so simple and easy to use as you said. But somehow I always seem to end up going back to vray since it has the most possibilities.

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Tried the hypershot trail witch I enjoyed a lot. It was just so simple and easy to use as you said. But somehow I always seem to end up going back to vray since it has the most possibilities.

 

 

Great job - nice to see the updates mate

 

i agree totally with this, hypershot isn't even in the same ball park to V-ray or maxwell etc. still have to get around to learning maxwell.

 

Fryrender, is a new render engine that might also be worth a look - looks like a cross between maxwell and Hypershot - unbiased + real time render - tho the plug-ins are limited.

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Guest bagaudae

Greetz! great job, have been thinking about a project like this (and god knows my surfacing needs improvements), but i`m a bi chicken about it.... I guess i`ll have to try it some time.

 

sorry for the slight off topic, but does anyone knows were to find some blueprints of the interior of a car (the panel were the stirring wheel is)? which car isn't really important, an one will do.

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