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Pagani Zonda Cinque Rear by NasG85 Pagani Zonda Cinque Rear by NasG85
Here's a shot of the rear, slightly different look than the front post wise...
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Adry53 Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2011  Student Digital Artist
wow!! Awesome :D my favourite zonda.. the cinque edition.

You Must be use vray when rendered this one,right?
what material do you use for the carbon and the body? it's looks perfect
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NasG85 Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2011
Thanks:)

I used Softimage with Mental Ray for the render, AE for postwork. Carbon fiber was custom made using several maps for diffuse, reflection and gloss...
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Adry53 Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Your 3D Is very cool man!! i really loved your 3d artwork!! Specially for the zonda :D

Im using 3ds max but i used mental ray too...
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CelikPena Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2011
best carbon fiber enclosure :)
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nekarxenos Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2011
I just love the Pagani's =)

Lean mean street machines with style =)
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Destr3ga Featured By Owner May 27, 2011
Zonda is always an Orgasm for car lovers:) However in 3D I hate the texturing for the carbon effect on its back at the bottom... I can see you have some small texture stretching there as well, but thats ok:) I really like it, only the light on the right could be a little more defined, the car paint is too glossy for me - but I know Zondas that really got this gloosy paint - just a matter of taste:)
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NasG85 Featured By Owner May 27, 2011
Thanks for the crit!Yeah iv fixed some of the stretching in areas but there's a lot of unwrapping on the car and some slip through the cracks unfortunately...
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Destr3ga Featured By Owner May 27, 2011
yep its a terrible job:D I wonder how they build it in reality and push it out somehow out of a plane carbon plate... Anyway its good enough that noone will see it, except other 3D artists;)
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NasG85 Featured By Owner May 27, 2011
Haha, so what you're sayin is that that only almost all artists on DA will see the uv stretching:p

Chao4now

ps. Only saw your AudiR8 clip on youtube today, Inspiring stuff!
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Destr3ga Featured By Owner May 27, 2011
Well i think most people on DA are photographers or drawers - and in the 3D section there are more Poser users than "real" 3D artists. Yeah thx, I worked a long time on it, but its already old again.. Wanted to make an animation of my Zonda as well, but my main project is taken too much time...you can find a pic of mine here at the bottom [link] .Its a Cinque but not in original colors, and with still a few errors. But your's is definetely better modeled and more detailed, I like that a lot. However I think you can improve your work in the shading/lighting and overall compositing. And I would need to include much more details, but dont got time for that:(
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