View Full Version : ferrari 250 gto
16-03-2004, 11:40 AM
it's modeled with 3d studio max
16-03-2004, 11:45 AM
wow man your level of detail is realy amazing!!!!!!
cant wait to see it done!!!
16-03-2004, 12:09 PM
Very nice, the tires and wheels look very good, so detailed. :)
17-03-2004, 01:34 PM
very sweet model!
i have one of this in my hands right now (bburago model) and there is allmost no differences. Great job.
As i can see you started with splines or nurbs? how did you make it?
keep us updated!
17-03-2004, 07:36 PM
he ! it's based on the burago model.
I didn't find any blueprints so that i had first to reproduce the volumes with a spline cage. but i modeled this car polygons by polygons with edge extruding
Very nice model.:D
It was based on a burago model? What scale was it? I used 1/24 for my gullwing but some details were wrong. I know there are no blueprints for GTO, i myself tried to find SWB blueprints, so you might consult as many photographs as you can.
IMO roof seems a little too flat and outlets behid rear wheels are unilke those i've seen on GTOs but guess that there are no two of them completly the same.
Keep up the good work.
19-03-2004, 12:06 AM
i saw thoose defects : the roof and the windscreen don't line up toghether and the roof is too flat. the burago model don't seem to be accurate. I try to correct those defects by consulting photos, it's not so easy !
19-03-2004, 08:24 AM
hey thats a real good car, like the cleadlyness of the wire view. i dont know much about that car soo i cant realy coment any more but the front window looks a little boxy for a sports car likethat again i dont know that car make soo i might be wrong. also mirors are missing but its coming along keep at it
19-03-2004, 10:17 PM
Like the guy above me already said, the wire frame is so clean. I always get those bumpy cars. Although i did find a blueprint for you (not much use now, since you're almost finished), but hey you (or somebody else) might find it usefull. It's a '63 model.
I don't think the car originally had any exterior mirrors, it was mainly used for racing in that time.
I would love to read a step by step story how you made the car, that would help us beginner car modellers............
20-03-2004, 07:59 AM
God!!! this detail is very nice
also nice spline modeling :D
oh my, thts a damn neat mesh you have there! :D
cant wait to see it textured! :D
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