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Burns

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Very nice... I love it. Looks like a hardtop too. :D

(the current "melted-bar-of-soap" SC is gross)

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did this for a contest elsewhere:

sketch:

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render:

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Im quite proud of how this turned out, but there are some minor flaws here and there. In short, if you look at it from some distance, it should look good :)

i hope you like.

I love it.

Don't laugh, but have some basic questions.

How much does PS cost?

What is tha minimal required PC specs required (RAM et al) to run it?

How hard is it to learn and what resources are online or elsewhere to do so?

I do alot of car drawings now and want to get to using PS to do fianl rendering. -thx.

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I look at the drawing and I like the window shape better. I would like to see the door cut as in the red line I've drawn. Imagine that opening up like a Delorean (not a Lambo door, a wing door). That would look sweet.

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And you could maintain the hardtop greenhouse if the door was bug enough to swallow all the glass!!!!! :wub:

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I love it.

Don't laugh, but have some basic questions.

How much does PS cost?

What is tha minimal required PC specs required (RAM et al) to run it?

How hard is it to learn and what resources are online or elsewhere to do so?

I do alot of car drawings now and want to get to using PS to do fianl rendering. -thx.

PS costs about $700 (there is also a similar free program called Gimp, google it). My 2GHZ P4 with 512mb ram runs it decently, but i get awesome performance out of my macbook pro with 2.33GHZ Core2duo and 2gigs of ram.

there are tons of resources online (i.e. www.designertechniques.com )

If you learn the pen tool first, it would be much easier to do. But it takes alot of time and effort and practice to do good renderings.

thanks for the comments guys!

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PS costs about $700 (there is also a similar free program called Gimp, google it). My 2GHZ P4 with 512mb ram runs it decently, but i get awesome performance out of my macbook pro with 2.33GHZ Core2duo and 2gigs of ram.

there are tons of resources online (i.e. www.designertechniques.com )

If you learn the pen tool first, it would be much easier to do. But it takes alot of time and effort and practice to do good renderings.

thanks for the comments guys!

thx!

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  • 2 weeks later...

i like it... like alot, altho i agree with TYDs suggestion... but this has got way more passion and elegance than anything lexus has put out well... ever... good job!

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