Published on October 22, 2012
This blend is marked as Fan Art
Directly from the 4 years old wip topic at blenderartists.org, an accurate model (to the mm) of the 2006 Opel GT.
:D, Saw your WIP really long way
Hope it improved since then hehe :)
Thanks! I'm Glad you've enjoyed it
Absolutely beautiful model, thanks for sharing it.
My pleasure, I thank you for providing this clean and friendly solution to share it :)
soo dope !
Again rogper I thank you.
Woow, but you use the 2.64 version??
I've started with 2.45 and ended with 2.64, so you need to use 2.64 or it will give errors on previous versions now :)
I can't even open the .blend o my computer :(
Yhea... that might also happen :)
It's required a minimum specs to open it, I would recommend having at least 4Gb ram, an Nvidia GT card with 1Gbram and a core i5
Very nice model, well done!
Thanks, I'm glad you've enjoyed it
Amazing model, thanks
I thank you for the compliment!
How did you made that viewport shader?
It's just blender GLSL shaders with multi-textures in some cases :)
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awesome model, epic thread.
Rogper, you are outstanding. I saw your WIP also. Fantastic!!!
Please make a video tutorial. Want to see how you model.
You must must make a video tutorial of your techniques if you don't mind.
Sadly I don't have time and skills to make a video tutorial, sorry! :)
Although a while back I did made a screen-cast of the modeling of a character. My work method is the same for anything, the procedurals I've learned wile making Opel GT are all on this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpNJBM2Gyng
WOW!!!! THis model looks already great in the viewport! im going through your post on blenderartist know... You did a killer job man. Wish i could model like this. But think i really need to start model stuff instead of looking tuts and doing nothing :)
PS one thing i dont get :) you said the model was build correctly to scale. How do you guys model things which are on a scale 1/0.5 orso. I mean isnt it easier to model 1/1 than?
:) Yeah its at 1:1 scale, I meant that in terms of porpotions is more or less accurate.
Thanks! Anyone can achieve better then this, it is just a matter of work, persistence and practice.
I saw this model in the street the other day, I smiled, thinking directly of your WIP and modelisation...Thanx for sharing and it gives will and inspiration to work harder !
I saw one myself recently and was surprised my self how acurate I manage to make it without ever seeing one. Thank you very much!
Hi Rogper, this is a great model! Love the details. I used it for this render at DA http://fav.me/d67smyr
Holly smokes!!! :D I love it! Thank you very much for the heads up!
By the way I gave a look your gallery and liked it a lot! You're style works real nice! I'll keep an eye on it.
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