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    Honda CBR600f

    Hello,
    Heres a fun project, more or less finished.
    Rendered with cycles.

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    Last edited by miika2; 20-Oct-14 at 11:39.



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    Bike itself looks superb, but aint it a tad too big compared to environment? Not sure if its perspective or the size though

    Anyway good job!



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    Okay, so u posted photo references. Can we now get an actual model :P (5*)
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    Great model! But the scaling is way off :/



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    This is the most realistic cycles render I have seen to date, period.



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    Very realistic! I also agree, the scaling is way off. But amazing render!



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    BIM!!!!! really nice one!



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    Needs more light on the shadows.
    Otherwise, it is an excellent job. My *5



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    It is too big for the scene and the lighting doesn't quite match the scene, but great model.



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    Impressive! Nice subject too.



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    it's very realistic nice model
    but scale is wrong.



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    awesome realistic render!! kudos!



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    Damn, this is really sweet! Just a magnificent job on this, and I really like the HDRI you went with.
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    wow ! nice one



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    heeee... OK you just bough a new moto and wanted to share the pics right?
    Amazingly done.

    But I also think scaling is not fiting the HDRI
    I'll give it 5* anyway
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    This is really great work!!!



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    Excellent render! But, like everyone else, I think it is too large for the environment. Something seems a little off about the shadows, not sure quite what. Maybe it is too narrow, or the kickstand doesn't show, not sure . . . .
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    Well done. Very well indeed.
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    wow excellent render, spot on material! and yes its to big



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