I am working on a 1969 Chevy Camaro. I am doing this because a lot of people seem to be doing new Camaros and I thought I would mix things up with an older one.
cool. thats a good idea.
:RocknRoll:Id like to see the end result… ill be back
Taking a break from this one for awhile.
you just started…
I only meant a couple of hours. Sorry for the confusion.
cant believe this. Im just actually working on the same project!!!
That’s cool. Mine is going to be a convertible.
Okay, something’s suspicious here. There must be about six people making Camaros right now.
I don’t know what exactly it might be, but there’s no way the Camaro is that popular.
Not that it looks bad. It’s actually a fairly good sculpt. But it’s a Camaro. Again.
if that worries you I’ll tell you that I’m working on a short film and I need 2 sixties cars and I choose a Camaro and a Cadillac. It is that easy.
Err, who cares what ppl make? they make whatever they feel they need to, whether cuz it looks nice, cuz they need it for something or to enhance their skills, probably among tons of other reasons. People making 6 cameros and posting them here is actually good, because they can learn from each-others mistakes, and make a good looking car in the end!
Anyway, great modeling, but is the top thing that is on the hood, supposed to be attached with that sharpness? (hopefully that made sense?)
I didn’t mean any offense by what I said, but I still find it very strange that so many people would try to sculpt the same kind of car within a very short time of one another (or so it would seem by their posts). I don’t know of anything special or unusual about the Camaro that made it so popular among 3d artists, but I guess I’m just nitpicking now.
Sorry if I came across as a jerk. It wasn’t what I meant to express.