- Jun 29, 2022
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any way i could have a download link?Hey Gang. It's sure been a While, hasn't it?
Today's the big Day: The Cup Series returns to North Wilkesboro for the first time in 27 Years. So, as a little Way of celebrating this historic Day in Stock Car History, I present to you one of the Cars driven by the Driver who won its final Race: Jeff Gordon!
This is amongst the first Cars I painted when I started painting real-Life Cars, and I'd say it still holds up fairly well (unlike my Terry Labonte Scheme). As you can tell from the Rookie Stripe, this is supposed to be his Rookie Car from '92/93, which I... oddly decided to base off of a 1:24 Coin Bank by Racing Champions, which is why the Contigs are so off-putting. Why did I base it on that? I'm not sure myself to be honest. Probably to distinguish it from the other Gordon Cars.
The Rainbow Warrior Paintjob is a very Nice one, and I think I did it Justice here. Somewhere in the Future I'll probably redo the Base though, as well as update the whole Car in general to be one he actually ran (maybe his Coke 600 or Brickyard Win?).
With that said, I'm looking forward to the Race today. Here's to hoping it'll be great!
Template - Rioux (RacinGrafix)
Render Scene - The Iceman (Stunod Racing)
Logos - Tre Cool (Stunod), Google Images, Me
Contigs - CC#48 (NNRacing), jonamelio24 (NNRacing), Rioux (RacinGrafix)
Number - Big Evil Racing
Base & Render - Me
Rendered in 3DS Max 9.
Interesting... I wasn't using Blender though, I was attempting to use 2-Car Scene for 3DS Max. It didn't go through because I couldn't change the Color of the Rims, even after trying everything I thought of. They always stayed red.If you are using the carveiwer files in blender the model comes up as ridiculously huge, you have to scale them way down to work.