We're back with another entry in our weekly community project, where we post a render or animation created by a member of the Cgtuts+ community, and ask you to provide feedback and constructive criticism on their work. It’s a great way to learn more about the intricacies of computer graphics, express your viewpoint, and have your own content critiqued by your fellow artists!
Quick Ground Rules
- Be nice! We’ve deliberately chosen work that isn’t perfect, so please be constructive with any criticism.
- Feel free to offer any type of advice on – Modeling, Texturing, Materials, Lighting, Rendering, Composition, etc.
- You can also link to another render that you feel offers a great example of this type of content done exceptionally well.
So let's get to it, here's this week's entry created by Ibon Eskudero Gurrutxaga!
Formula 1 Car
A Little Background
A F1 Williams 2009 car. I wanted to model something with smooth lines in 3dsMax, so I started looking for F1 cars. The best photos I could find were of a Williams 2009 model, so I started modelling it. Also I wanted to start with Zbrush, so this project has served me well to learn the basics of PolyPainting and Rendering in ZBrush. Now I would like to start learning how to sculpt, so I can make bodies.
I must thank Tomasz Schelenz and Badking for their ZBrush tutorials.
Also be sure to check out more of Ibon's work on: Google Sites!
Please let us know what you think in the comments – how would you have approached this project or done things differently? Any thoughts on how it could be improved or taken to the next level. Chime in below!
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