1995 Audi URS6
IDK if this is too much to ask, but could you please render me a new life?
Thank you! That was one of the first concepts. The finished wheel will hopefully be very similar but we are developing a 5-lug version as well. Or at least that's the ask, I'm still trying to work out the details on how to run 5 lugs with 4 spokes...My god, man. Those 4 spoke CL wheels are just pure sex.
Haha, once I get there I'll let you know.IDK if this is too much to ask, but could you please render me a new life?
How about one silver lug nut in the middle of a spoke and 4 black lug nuts in the painted areas? It’s either that or some kind of circle to contain the lugs, which would compromise the handsome design of the spokes. At least I can’t think of much else.Thank you! That was one of the first concepts. The finished wheel will hopefully be very similar but we are developing a 5-lug version as well. Or at least that's the ask, I'm still trying to work out the details on how to run 5 lugs with 4 spokes...
You're too kind.In that case, here's another.
Both examples you mentioned are purchased models, I remodeled a few elements of the 911T, and I did the wheels for both.Those are excellent as always!
Since I had missed the post previously, I see that you have a 911T and then a 964. Was one built from the other or did you buy the models? If you built them and one was indeed built from the other, how much are you able to use from the longhood to create the 964?
The price for entry and steep learning curve typically makes the model software I use a non-starter for any hobbyist. But there are a lot of people who take up other cheaper nurbs modeling software, usually to create things to 3D print. Software like Fusion360 will get you to about %75 of what I do and can be had cheap or free.You're too kind.
Aside-- do non-engineers/designers learn CAD programs like this? Or is it usually go hand-in-hand with someone already being in that profession? I guess a comparison would be the fact that I could learn Photoshop, be proficient at it and even earn money, yet have 0 background in photography.
It's a side effect, haha. I much prefer the more abstract images where you know it's fake but at the same time it looks real. Like crazy pain jobs and studio solid color backgrounds.
If I didn't know better, I'd swear a bunch of these are photographs. Wow.