3D Artwork: [3D] Alternator Camshaft (finished)

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  1. george tremarco

    george tremarco Well-Known Member

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    Finally finished this piece I've been doing mostly for my own amusment. I have a few ideas in mind for a repaint/remold but I have some other projects I'm working on right now so it might be slow in coming.

    Hope you all like it, I'll post more renders in this thread as they come.

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    This one's a slightly older render, before i added the plates and stuff..
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  2. Super_Megatron

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    Nice, good to see you are still rendering TFs. :) 
     
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    Those are beautiful, George! Top job! :D 
     
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    niiice!!
     
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    Son of a bitch! That's really cool, George. I can only imagine what the remold/repaint would be (Downshift, perhaps?). Great job as usual. I really love the composite job on the second picture.
     
  6. Gears

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    Man, that's so friggin' AWESOME! :rock 
     
  7. Sledgehammer

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    Stunning work, George - that second pic is a-mazing. :thumb 
     
  8. Lonewolf

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    Me likes a lot
     
  9. Beamer

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    damn impressive, george!
     
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    Awesome job there! :D 

    Definately one of the best 3D renders I've seen! Great execution. <3
     
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    Damn nice render there. I like how you folded the rear wheels to become the heels of his feet.
     
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    Exquisite!
     
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    Very slick looking!
     
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    Man, what I would give to see my Razewire in a render like that...
     
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    I'd give my left nut (literally) for a render like that of my Tundra as a transformer. SWEET!
     
  16. george tremarco

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    Thanks for all the comments guys:thumbs2: 


    I was stuck for a while figuring it out but the design I settled on is really simple and kinda accidental. I needed something cover the back of his feet but my design lacked the rear doors or back seats of the Subaru/RX-8 molds so I had a section that folded out from the inside and it doubled up as something the rear wheels could attach to. Here's a quick animation I originally posted in the WIP thread.
     
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    Man that render is a beauty, awesome stuff :thumb 
     
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    I like the older one better!
     
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    That Totally Rocks
     
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    oh wow, thats very cool lookin!
     

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