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    thanks jerick

    pajarony i m guessing you re talking about the red paint scratched surfaces. i get that effect by using a trishader. the first shader is a dark matalic material with high difference between bright and dark areas. the second shader is a very shiny metal, like a chrome surface.
    ( both are matcaps i ve created myself by manipulating photos. the first was a photo of an old sterling silver statue. the second was from a picture of a small chrome ball, the one you find in a whiskey bottle to control the flow)
    the third shader, i created following this tutorial, this guy has done a really good job. i just combine them all together and by changing the values of cavity ambient and dffuse i get different results.

    hope this helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spyridon Boviatsos View Post
    thanks jerick

    pajarony i m guessing you re talking about the red paint scratched surfaces. i get that effect by using a trishader. the first shader is a dark matalic material with high difference between bright and dark areas. the second shader is a very shiny metal, like a chrome surface.
    ( both are matcaps i ve created myself by manipulating photos. the first was a photo of an old sterling silver statue. the second was from a picture of a small chrome ball, the one you find in a whiskey bottle to control the flow)
    the third shader, i created following this tutorial, this guy has done a really good job. i just combine them all together and by changing the values of cavity ambient and dffuse i get different results.

    hope this helps.
    Thank you very much!!I'm still a newbie here at the forum.Appreciate for sharing.

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    a piece of advice: never overwrite your files while working

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    excellent work

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    I'm really loving this one. Great seeing it coming together. You're doing a fantastic job on it. I love the lines, curves, flow and bevels on the larger, thicker brushed metal parts.

    Ezra

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    thank you guys. I wish I had a bit more free time to finish it faster, because I have sth new in mind and I want to focus on that one now. here s a small update


    and ezra the bevels is something that I did completely by accident by playing with settings and stuff, then I saw it, I kinda liked it so I really went for it.
    and in case anybody is interested it is really easy to do, and here s how:

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    Thanks for the tutorial, and the beauty of the machines, are true works of art

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    Yes, thanks so much for showing us how that was done. Much appreciated.

    Ezra

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    This is the reason why I love this site. Great tutorial Dajjal, very informative.

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    This thing is seriously blowing my mind, and that tutorial is splendid!
    I cant wait to see this when its done.
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    I don't know what I'm doing but I'm doing it anyway.

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    THX FOR THE TUT!
    Excellent work with your model

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    thanks pfc666, ezra52, truubluu

    mealea how are you doing, cant wait to see it done too cause i m really really tired :O

    thanks luxifer, you d make hr giger proud with your work x

    some progress, almost done. there s a lot of bits and pieces, i kinda chose to do it that way but its a very complex concpept anyway, and i like detail.
    see you at bluegfx expo in london tommorrow if anyone might be going





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    This beautiful retro futuristic, very well,
    This project promises to be spectacular

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    GRIN!!!
    I wish I could make you some of my coffee, just the smell of it wakes people up for miles. Colombian cocaine cartels want my recipe or to put me out of business since my coffee is stronger then the swill they pump up peoples noses, and it smells good to! They don't like competition.
    The more I see of this thing the more in awe I become. Is that shot of all those parts a picture of when you hit M on an IMM brush? Meaning are all those parts insert brushes???
    This model is so amazing its hard to believe.
    If I were the person creating the original concepts you are using I would be ecstatic.

    nope...
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