3D Modeling Historical posted on Apr 30, 2019
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Thank you for your previous comments, I hope you were sincere. If you find that one of my 3d models is not a good one, tell the truth! The first 3D model made by the Nationale7 team, more than 10 years ago, was a 2CV, But we were not so demanding than I am now... I have deleted all the parts made by Eric and many parts made by me. Now I am satisfied enough by this model. It has been hard to make either before or after my surgical operation : impossible to sit more than 30 minuts in front of my screen, and only one or two hours ( maximum ) modeling every day. But as I feel little bit better, I finished this model today for Poser, and I have tested it in daz without problem. Soon available in my store on RR (3DClassics)

Comments (16)


Richardphotos 9:39AM | Tue, 30 April 2019

outstanding modeling and render. I seen mechanic shops when they get one of these in they facility for restoration on TV. they can not resist rocking the light weight car


London224 10:29AM | Tue, 30 April 2019

Love the new details Alain.....looks terrific


Jean_C 10:44AM | Tue, 30 April 2019

Je n'ai jamais eu un tel "bolide" (mon père travaillait chez Renault...) mais cette voiture mythique est superbement modélisée ici avec tous les détails. Un travail fantastique, bravo!


mtlegacy 10:48AM | Tue, 30 April 2019

MAIS QU'ELLE EST BELLE !!! Je redémarre la mienne ce week-end, je posterai peut-être une photo ou deux. Du beau boulot :)


gaius 11:01AM | Tue, 30 April 2019

Que de souvenirs ! Je me revois, avec des copains qui en avaient une, faire la route Grenoble-Annecy, à toute vitesse...soit environ 80 km/h !!! maximum...et l'on chantait en "sautant" à l'intérieur, si bien que le chauffeur avait du mal à garder la trajectoire !!! Chaque génération a son "bon temps"...c'était le nôtre. mtlelgacy l'a dit avant moi : qu'elle est belle...on croirait voir un prospectus de chez Citroën promouvant leur nouveau bolide. Chapeau très très bas et merci de nous faire rêver à nos jeunes années. Mais attention à ton dos si tu fais un voyage dans une Deuche, à moins que son doux roulis ne soit un bon massage ! PS : et si on faisait une pétition pour qu'ils en ressortent un nouveau modèle ?


Domi48 11:05AM | Tue, 30 April 2019

Ah enfin! Quelque chose de civilisé!


Maxidyne 2:04PM | Tue, 30 April 2019

Outstanding model of the truly iconic French car. It put the average French family on the road for the first time. Fantastic details and so many improvements that I look forward to rendering this fine model. Take good care of yourself my friend.


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Darkglass 5:23PM | Tue, 30 April 2019

Fantastic image....great details......really is superb piece of modeling....!.....if it wasn't i would say as much.......you have nothing to worry about.....you have done a superb job.....!!!


rajib 10:13PM | Tue, 30 April 2019

Your car models have always been great and very detailed. I have bought a few of them. I like the update to this one. 10 years ago and now, things in the 3D world is definitely very different. The tools are so much more advanced and a lot more can be done today that possibly could not have been done previously. It is good to know it works fine in Daz Studio. I did always believed you and Eric had restricted your customer base and earning by mostly targeting only Poser users. There is a huge Daz user base that would love to use your iconic models. Yes, it probably will involve more work for you and Eric and it may not be something you both might want to do. But I am seeing more of the 'tested in Daz Studio' comment on your store items and that gives me hope.

Please do take care of yourself and don't strain yourself after your operation. The body needs time to heal after any operation. Take your time with the updates and new models. I am sure everyone here will be more than happy to wait.


UteBigSmile 1:04PM | Wed, 01 May 2019

They look great! 👍 😁


AliceFromLake 8:50AM | Sun, 05 May 2019

I remember this car. It was beloved by students in Europe in the 70ies and 80ies like the VW Beetle. But now you don't see it on the streets any more. It was not well suited for cold weather and had problems to start when it was cold. Yeah... lot of memories...


Kordouane 12:32PM | Wed, 08 May 2019

Qu'est ce qu'elle est belle et tellement réaliste, un travail formidable, félicitations 🌟 Où puis-je la trouver s'il vous plaît ?


richardandtracy Online Now! 2:44AM | Thu, 09 May 2019

I look forward to it being available. The first memory I have of a 2CV was of a 2CV6 in Germany. The couple had their portraits painted on the front doors, and travelling north through W Germany we waved at them every time we passed each other for 200 miles (320km). We were in a van towing a caravan and overtook them up the hills, and they overtook us down the hills. They were enjoying themselves so much it made me want to get one. So, when I got my first car in 1990, it could only be a Red & White Dolly. That was murdered in an accident in 1991, and in quick succession I had a rusty Dyane and a fantastic Orange Special. Then we got our last 2CV, a 1988 Maroon & Black Charleston. I also broke up a yellow & black Charleston for spares. We still have the Charleston, though she's not been on the road for 14 years. One day we'll get her going again. Our Charlie got us to the Tyrol in Austria from Kent in 13 hours, 650 miles including a ferry crossing. At times going through the Ardennes we approached 90 mph (144kmh) and I thought the speedometer needle had dropped off, but it was behind the facia. The car had risen 6" (150mm) on its suspension at that speed. Wonderful car, wonderful memories.

The model is amazing. To my eyes, it looks perfect, though I have never been in a 2CV4. The sparsity of instruments looks perfect. Shame the steering wheel is on the wrong side of the car. 😄 I look forward to it being on sale.


KarmaSong 7:57AM | Sun, 16 June 2019

Une splendeur, cette deudeuche modélisée avec un talent fou, c'est bluffant et fascinant d'observer tous les détails de cette voiture que mes parents ont eu aussi dans les années '60. Quelle voiture ! quel talent surtout pour la faire revivre de si belle façon. 👍


figharo 2:24PM | Mon, 01 July 2019

Beautiful forms. Be well, Alain.

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