Niiiiice. I was wondering if you ever make the interiors too. (Most of your renders have black windows.) I can't provide any kind of real critique. It's so much better than anything I could make. But I can tell you that I don't see any speakers in the doors or a GPS screen. It maybe a nice touch if you added a projected display onto the inside of the front glass for the pilot. Like [link] or even [link] !!
Yeah i make interiors but man to be honest it's not my thing,
I usually just focus on the exterior surfaces there are guys out there way more qualified than i am at deigning interiors, however i am trying to get better as you can see i made an attempt here, the middle console does have a gps screen but my lack of skill hasn't really shown that there is a speaker on the door now as you can see in this image [link] ,not as much details as there could be but i rarely show interiors so i don't go too crazy,
yeah the projected display would be a nice touch to add i must admit i will add that feature into the next concept i upload just for you lol
I know what you mean. My "thing" is modeling. I would rather spend my time building something rather than on any of the other steps of the process (like materials, scenery, rendering, and don't even start me on animation).
The interior on this car is totally justified though. It deserves the development. I've seen that image you linked to before, when I accepted it to the C4DUsers gallery. The speaker, hydraulic and lower side detail updates look really nice.
I'm trying to refrain from animated emotes, but for the projected display on the next version!
lol animation is a nightmare, i have done a few but i cant stand the waiting and my computer being owned for days I really do love modelling also, all the steps in between like scenery, materials and setting up the render are harder for me to enjoy (even though the end result is worth it )that's why i kind of get stuck on one scene too lazy to change it, i am working on that however,I bought some scenery packages to save me that stress just finding the time to test them is the problem,
I've been very close to purchasing scenery kits too. I'm certain that I could make them myself, but the time and tediousness involved make the packages seem more attractive. What do you use to render? I'm a C4D girl and it has the ability to batch renders. You create a playlist of projects and it renders each in turn. And it's really good about process sharing. It will use as much CPU as it can, but when I start to do something that needs CPU, C4D will lower itself to compensate. It's very fluid, and I only have a 2GHz Single Core with 2GB RAM and 128MB video. Sad? I know. The state should provide a free computer for all modelers. We deserve that more than new street signs and lights at night.
I wanted to make moving text at the end of a YouTube video and a friend gave me Cinema 4D R8. After I made the animation I kept playing with the software, finally upgraded to R11, and a year has passed. I'm still barely a novice, but I really enjoy it. How did you begin? What you post is easily the quality of a professional; is modeling your job? I assumed that the first time I saw something you made.