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Pagani Zonda Cinque Garage by NasG85 Pagani Zonda Cinque Garage by NasG85
Here's an interior shot of a previous scene, now in the daytime!

Any crits are welcome.

Softimage 2012,AE,PS

*Made a few changes to the roof which are more details and making that ugly white pipe less distracting.

Also minor bodywork tweaks on the car...
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Given 2011-05-27
Pagani Zonda Cinque Garage by *NasG85. Realism and accuracy, style and mood - better than a photograph. Please visit the artist's gallery for more!... ( Featured by KeremGo )
My view on this may be swayed, since I am a marvelous fan of sports-and-supercars.

First off, this is one of the most realistic cars, yet, perhaps even more realistic than itshazardous. The car has such an energetic feel to it, sort of like a McLaren F1, a sort of character that says 'lets go lets go lets go drive drive what speed limit?'

The curve from the front wheel to the back is very organic and smooth, reminds me of a wave or leaves in the wind. In general, the curves all over the car are excellent, almost fantastical but yet pinned with realism.

The colors chosen fit the car very well; usually I am a person that likes all black or white, but the balance set to this car is perfect, they contrast and compliment each other very well. The touch of the red on the rims and yellow words on the tires makes the entire car more interesting, while the blue in the pipes at the car's exhaust adds a cool, defiant color, pulling every bit of the car more together and making it incredibly pleasing to gawk at.

I like that the rear view mirrors are diamond-oval instead of the almost rectangular shape you see in modern cars; it makes the car look more 'alive' and unique (if I am not correct, there is a Ferrari that has something similar?).

The lights in the back are very modern, but also hint back to the first supercars. They make the entire back look a bit more petite: if they had been like the style of say, a regular Honda Civic (a sort of larger, blocky light), the entire rear would look ridiculously huge. The lights, being small and well spaced, (along with angled slightly inward) put a sort of 'perfect finish' to the rear end, and add a large hint of aggression.

The Vertical Stabilizer (aka fin) balances out the elevated rear-view-mirrors nicely, for it there were not another elevated part of the car on the other side of the 'cockpit' (;)) they would look far to high, a bit unnatural coupled with the sleek, low body of the car.

All in all, one of the top ten cars I've yet seen. Grand job :)

PS the background is done excellently, and first the car incredibly.
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