nah, just made this for the hell of it, lol. actually, i made an GT-P a while back and I never have been happy with how it looked, so I started from scratch with an XR8. and yeah, i never have any luck with bonnet bulges, can never get em to show up in renders. also, friend was thinkin of making a small driving game (basically, smallish arena where you can just drive around, basically hes experimenting with physics coding and stuff) cos we saw one at uni and he wanted to make one, and I told him i'd make a vehicle for him cos the one at uni someone made was basically just a box, and I figured an xr8 is a hell of a lot better than a box, lol. ill make a link to the game if he ever gets around to making it, lol. thanks for the comments
btw, i used milkshape to make this (random 30-day trial kinda software, but pretty good for makin stuff for games and that) and rendered it in Cinema4D which is a bit better program, i been looking to learn how to use 3ds max actually but never got around to giving it a look
Both images are works in progress... I do have a final model, but it's currently rendering for an animtion i'm completing for my uni course. I'll upload some final renders in a few weeks when it's all done.
Heres something I did just for a bit of fun after 3 weeks of just sitting there creating the gt-p. It's not perfect... but never the less got my creative juices flowing.
(you'll need the divX video codec to view the below link).
Well I made my GT-P using nothing but photo's.
I've become a late night stalker to the local ford dealership.. so far my gt and falcon photo collection is up around the 600 image mark. - yes obsessive. But I'v covered every nook and cranny of the falcon. - well not the inside yet. That might come later.
After I hand all this in at uni i'm thinking of creating some sort of customise your falcon thing, where you can throw on body kits, lower the bugger and chance color etc. But first I'm going to create an xr8, 6, 6T and F6 for my own collection of car models.
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