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    Lightbulb MacLaren F1

    Hello everybody. Look what I did while listening to the 3dBuzz christmas radio show (which was cool by the way, I was always going to get UT2004 but now I can't wait.)

    I have started on the wire's when I've done every detail in wires(C.V's) I going to fill in the holes with polygons. I'm using XSI 3.5(the dog's danglies).

    Cheers


    Laurence.
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    westiemad Guest
    i got all excited then and thought that u were gonna use nurbs to model a car with , no one nurbs models them anymore. Well it looks like a mclaren F1 so far.

    AnDy

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    I am thinking of trying to model it with nurbs but I'm not really sure how to go about in XSI but I'll give a go when I get to that stage.


    Laurence.
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    westiemad Guest
    you'll have to excuse my ignorance of XSI, but if you can get hold of Gnomon Nurbs Modeling 3, it shows you how to model a car, all be it in maya, but i should think the tools would easily port across to XSI. I want to get car modeling, although I can just about make humans, and cars are supposed to be harder .

    AnDy

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    I dont have any ideaa, on how you model in XSI, but it seems to look great. Looking forward to seeing updates.

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    Thanks for the replies, keep em coming.

    Here is an update, finished the wires, started polymodelling the nose. I look at using nurbs but my wires aren't done approprately for it.



    What do you think?



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    Another angle.
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    It is looking veeeeery nice.

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    looks very good at the moment , can't wait to see some updates

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