American Muscle by Swidhelm ()
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Top o' da marnin' to ya,
Well, this thing is nearing completing. Still have the hood mounted tachometer to do, and textures for the instrument cluster. I left the detail of the panels out for the most part, though the stereo region could be fitted with a prop.
I broke it down a little, and made the badging, and the spoiler props, as the tachometer will be as well. This gives you the base performance car, and then a sport appearance package kind of deal with the MATs and the addons. The engine is a separate prop as well to keep poly count down, though the whole car without the motor is about 190,000 polys.
I know, quite a change from the norm, but have no fear, more creatures and armour are in the works. Heh.
I should also mention these are all rendered in Poser as well.
Image Comments (11)
Mondwin () 4:27AM | Fri, 10 September 2010
Fantastic modeling and resentation!!Bravissimo!V:DDD.Hugsxx
snowcrow1 () 6:14AM | Fri, 10 September 2010
Wow!!! Nice ride and a fantastic modeling job...I want one!!!!!!!! :>
KnightWolverine () 8:48AM | Fri, 10 September 2010
This is turning out to be one Superb Model..The detail both inside and out is Excellent!..Looking forward to the finished version! -Will-
blbarrett () 6:18PM | Fri, 10 September 2010
You did a great job on this!!! I'm excited to get my mitt's on this :) It looks just like the photos :)
ubald () 11:49AM | Sat, 11 September 2010
Wow Very nice work buddy! this year of Buick is very close to the 69 Pontiac GTO, also pre 69 to 70s is considered the last of the American Muscle cars. The Buick had the 455 rocket big block motor, I think the GTOs had the 400 with ram air. Only a few Buicks had the ram air eg the hood scoops that where functional the rest where for show:) Nice work, and as always a treat. CHEERs...