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Old 07-28-2011, 07:23 PM
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Starting to get a better handle on the program, as well as proportions.


Two small FWD cars, one a B-segment hatchback, and another an A-segment city car.



It's a small B-segment 5-door and 4-door sedan near the cheaper end of the segment.








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Looks good, it looks like you've gotten a good grasp of proportions in 3D. Only thing I'd change is maybe give the windows more tumblehome?
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Looks good, it looks like you've gotten a good grasp of proportions in 3D. Only thing I'd change is maybe give the windows more tumblehome?
Thanks. Which car? (I think both need more tumblehome)
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Thanks. Which car? (I think both need more tumblehome)
Both.

Also, just noticed this: why do the cars look like they're cut in half?
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Both.

Also, just noticed this: why do the cars look like they're cut in half?
When you model, you work at one half at a time. Then I use a modifier to mirror the other side. This way, both sides are worked on at the same time. Then when I'm done, I'll apply the modifier then seal up the gap.
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When you model, you work at one half at a time. Then I use a modifier to mirror the other side. This way, both sides are worked on at the same time. Then when I'm done, I'll apply the modifier then seal up the gap.
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