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Nothing new in this one, apart from the view.

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Old 02-09-2018, 09:47 AM
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Simply amazing.

I've visited this thread many times to gawk and keep coming back.

As someone who uses solidworks because I have to, I keep wanting to ask why, but that's because I don't have the patience to complete such an endeavor. The detail and care that you've put into this easily shows us the answer to why, passion. And that's fantastic. I look forward to following along as your project continues to unfold.
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Simply amazing.

I've visited this thread many times to gawk and keep coming back.

As someone who uses solidworks because I have to, I keep wanting to ask why, but that's because I don't have the patience to complete such an endeavor. The detail and care that you've put into this easily shows us the answer to why, passion. And that's fantastic. I look forward to following along as your project continues to unfold.
Ditto!

I use SolidWork's everyday, and glad I don't have such complication daily.
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Thanks guys, it's definitely a passion. I love creating, and re-creating.

You think this is cool ,check out this other guy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eg8xx7m4w4M
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You think this is cool ,check out this other guy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eg8xx7m4w4M
Gentle German Jesus that's an astonishing result.
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Gentle German Jesus that's an astonishing result.
I know right? On one hand, he's probably using 3DSMax, or some other polygonal model base, and using textures to achieve a lot of the fine details. So the models themselves aren't as correct as if it was parametric (i.e. Creo, Pro/E, Solidworks, etc) But the rendered images/animations are truly astounding nonetheless.
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Thanks guys, it's definitely a passion. I love creating, and re-creating.

You think this is cool ,check out this other guy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eg8xx7m4w4M
Pure sorcery!!!!
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Did you use a generic chain file or start from scratch? Either way seems like a bear!
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I made it from scratch. It was a bit tedious, but the ability to pattern an extruded cylinder along a curve made lining everything up a bit easier.
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Ah, ok. Everything you've done is tedious.

You should YouTube some of the designs so folks can see how much work you put into it! Make it sped up. That'd be superb.
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I like pretty pictures.

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Again, beautiful work! At first I thought I was looking at my car (post #98) but my daughter tells me the colour is not slate grey, but some sort of green (I'm colour-blind).! What colour is it?

After seeing your renderings, I realized that the oil-cooler duct was originally grey. On mine, it's black with a lot of scratches, showing the grey underneath, and it looked terrible. I stripped it and polished it and it looks great!
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Thank you! It's actually not a Porsche color, I would say it's like an Albert Blue with more grey added to the mix.
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Optimusglen, I'm always glad to see new updates from you on this project

Simply amazing work! Keep it up!!
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