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By slice56 on Aug 20, 2001 03:17 PM
i am wanting to design a lancer EVO, and need to learn how to model a car/mesh one. please!!! some1 send me a link on where i can go for a turorial on building a car. anything will help. ive seen a tut on how to model a VW bug, but i los tthe URL. please some1, help me out. thanks!!:o
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By Cyrus on Aug 30, 2001 03:09 AM
Go to http://www.gfxmania.com they have a good boxmodeling tutorial on cars
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By hcharry on Sep 09, 2001 06:07 PM
Personally, I find the best thing for modelling cars is nurbs. Could be that I'm not great with poly modelling, but I get quick, easy and relatively good results with nurbs.
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By Pancreas on Sep 12, 2001 11:09 PM
Months ago I was searching a car modelling tutorial too, and I found one wich maybe  can help you. Itīs by Michael C aka, and it explains how to model an Audi TT using quad and tri patches, those forgotten tools. The url:
http://www.3dcafe.com/asp/tutorials/max/modelaudi/modelaudi.asp
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By Pierscoe1 on Sep 27, 2001 01:32 AM
I think NURBS are the only way to go really with cars to get nice fowing lines...
but how do you get past this problem :

use curves from side to side of car, and you end up with a hole at the front and back of the car...
use curves going from front to back of car, and you get holes in the side of the car..

how do you get past this so you can add nice detail in these areas??

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By XnorB on Nov 09, 2001 12:49 AM
Hmmm, am i the only one who uses Patches ?

I think Patches work great for car-modeling ...

But, as soon as i get his vertex-problem solved,
i'll jump on the poly-train *ggg*

Bye, XnorB
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By digitraf on Nov 28, 2001 01:30 AM
which problem with poly modeling.

It rocks man

But build cars with patches too.
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By Joeb216 on Nov 28, 2001 08:32 AM
I don't know about you guys but I find NURMS to be the easist way to make a car.  I understand that everyone has their own way of doing it but I think it gives you a lot of control.  But I'm just a newbie.
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By mystified on Jul 01, 2004 10:02 AM
If you where God you'd know how to do it!!!

go to www.suurland.com or www.onnovanbraam.com

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By Answer on Oct 14, 2004 04:45 AM
I think POLY is the best way for modeling a car .

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By johnvictor on Dec 12, 2013 12:02 PM
Hello slice56,
As you mentioned you want to design lancer EVO car, for that reason you're interested to learn car modelling. Follow these links tutorial for car modelling-

But one thing I would like to suggest you if you don't have real experience then don't start by yourself. Join some car modelling courses and get some expertise knowledge after that you can think about Car Modelling. If this is very urgent work then you can outsource to IndiaCADworks(http://www.indiacadworks.com/),who has 12+ years of experience in 3D Modelling, Car Modelling.
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By johnvictor on Dec 12, 2013 12:04 PM
Hello slice56,
As you mentioned you want to design lancer EVO car, for that reason you're interested to learn car modelling. Follow these links tutorial for car modelling- http://tutorial-z.com/nissan-350z-3ds-max-car-modeling-tutorial/
http://www.wikihow.com/Build-a-Model
http://www.splashnology.com/article/60-car-modeling-tutorials/

But one thing I would like to suggest you if you don't have real experience then don't start by yourself. Join some car modelling courses and get some expertise knowledge after that you can think about Car Modelling. If this is very urgent work then you can outsource to IndiaCADworks(http://www.indiacadworks.com/),who has 12+ years of experience in 3D Modelling, Car Modelling.

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