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Old 3rd Apr 2017, 08:33 AM   #1
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Default Transportation - Hot rod

Hi guys,

Been working on this for a couple of weeks now. Its going to have a big V8 (already shown here) sticking out of the hood. Nearly finished with the external modelling, textures are still just ideas at this stage, not final.
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Old 3rd Apr 2017, 10:22 AM   #2
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Oooh. I like that
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Old 4th Apr 2017, 09:23 AM   #3
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Oooooo; I would totally drive that if it were real. And I had the money to pay someone to spend all day waxing the wood!
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Thanks guys! The woodwork would be fairly high maintanance unfortunately

I have the exterior basically finished now, mirrors, door handles etc. The engine is installed. I also properly did the wooden panels. Scale wise the previous version was unrealistic, you just couldn't veneer with panels that big. The new version has the timber strips at a realistic size. I also decided to arrange them in a symmetrical split pattern. This kind of craftsmanship is hard to come by these days but would not be impossible.
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Old 6th Apr 2017, 07:59 AM   #5
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That does look nice, especially from the side.

The tough part of doing that on a real car would be bending the wood to match the curve of the roof. But I know a guy who could probably do it. It hand makes guitars and knows a fair bit about bending wood.
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I started out as a boat designer and this kind of shape could be done if you knew your stuff. It could be cold moulded over a form and you could use steam to make the strips extra pliable. I think jut would be a pretty cool finish on a car ��
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Default Finished hot rod

Decided to make this an Alfa Romeo. Never seen a European marque get the hot rod treatment

I'm imagining this as a limited production car, available in a couple of different colours and timber panel trimming. There would be a "Sports" version with carbon fibre trim and different wheels with more power.

I did a full interior and seats to go with the engine. All in all I think this is my most complete vehicle yet.
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Epic rendered art
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That is gorgeous!

I'll have a yellow one please. Ship it to London, Ontario.

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That's a very sexy car! I love the wood styling.
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Thanks guys! I thought that some woodwork would be a nice change to the regular materials you see on hot rods, although I'm very taken with the carbon look too.
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Ghosted cutaway showing off all the lovely bits inside
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Old 5th Oct 2017, 05:50 AM   #14
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Lovely! Can I have mine delivered?
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That cut-away is cool! It reminds me of book illustrations done like that.
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