~CCW Classic Renderings~

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  1. stprorolla49

    stprorolla49 Active Member

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    Yesterday and today have been a little slow at work so I've been working on a computer model of a CCW Classic which I modeled in Solidworks, then rendered in the new Bunkspeed SHOT. Not sure how many of you are familiar with these programs unless your a designer, but I figured the final product would be appreciated by any of you. Enjoy!

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    I WILL own a set of these with Anthracite centers and Mirror Polished lips at some point in my life!!
     
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    sneaky98gt Mustang Master

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    LOL! I'm sitting in class right now learning how to use Solidworks (all the while surfing Stangnet to find a post with a picture of something modeled in Solidworks). :rlaugh:

    Wheels look awesome!
     
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    i thought solidworks was for engineers that want to design moving parts?

    as opposed to 3DSM or Maia for 3D rendering


    fantastic work regardless :nice:
     
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    It is very much for engineers. I work in the toy design industry so I design them as a solid part, give the files to the engineers and they core it out and throw in all the guts. It's just a real easy program to use for messing around with stuff like this.
     
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    gotcha. pretty cool :nice:
     
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    I would love to have a set:hail2:
     
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    Noob...get those posters
     
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    I would love a set for my car also.
     
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    picture doesnt work for me :shrug:
     
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  10. stprorolla49

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    I don't understand. It worked perfect on my work computer, home computer, and mom's computer, but for half the people on SVTP, it doesn't work either. I don't get it. I asked someone to rehost it over there, I'll post the new link once that's done.
     
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    They are all on macs:D
     
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  12. stprorolla49

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    Haha, I see the joke, but that shouldn't matter. My computer is an iMac, but my work computer and my mom's computer are both PC's. Go figure, right? Technology these days...
     
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