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Sunday, November 18, 2012

Back in 3D

After a really long break from blogging, I'm back on the eve of my semester exams. Things got really catchy as I was bored with web design and decided to take some time off it. Meanwhile I did do something new. :) I concentrated on 3D design, not just any 3D design but real time automobile modelling. Being a mechanical engineer, it was a hell lot interesting and surprisingly some of the subjects in my course, especially CAD/CAM, helped me a lot (I didn't expect them to). After a lot of hard work, research and practice I came up with good models of the Lamborghini Murcialago SV and Ferrari 458 Italia. I worked them in Cinema4D and put don the finishing touch in Photoshop. Although the photoshopping was just to put a few filters to enhance the colours.

 Well, it would have been much easier if I did these in Maya, but I'm well suited to the C4D environment. It's really easy and you do get quite a lot of handy tutorials online that will help you to get through with the HyperNURBS and Wireframe designing (believe me, these are the tough parts of designing, material designing and lighting is a lot simpler). If you are new to 3D modelling, you can check out C4Dcafe and other websites for some really cool plugins and tutorials. These include both animations and still image designing and the important part - rendering.

If you are interested in getting the source files of these models, just send me a mail at

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