Luis Nieves Mark1

Hello gentlemen,
My name Luis E. Nieves and I want to show you my last work, a CG model of a beautiful Mark 1.
This kind of 3D models are used in films or TV commercials, to be able of film in detail, making shots impossible to achieve in real life.
They are used in advertising for product visualization, or for VFX studios that in the worst case scenario are going to crash them... I had good experiences myself making some virtual changes for owners, who want to see new paint schemes, change the rims etc., before they make a interesting money investment.

I will appreciate your feedback and comments.
 

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Wow! Simply stunning!

It's so hard to believe that all of your images are CG. Some of them are so realistic!

You've got some unbelievable talent!

Keep them coming.

Steve.
 

Trevor Booth

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Luis
excuse my ignorance, please tell what is a CG model (computer Graphic) and what software did you use to do this
 

Randy V

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Luis - Welcome to GT40s!

Your work is marvelous! Can't tell it from the real thing!!!

Where's our friend Paolo???
 
Wow! Simply stunning!

It's so hard to believe that all of your images are CG. Some of them are so realistic!

You've got some unbelievable talent!

Keep them coming.

Steve.
Thank you very much man, I will be posting some outdoor renders in the forum, stay tuned.

Luis
excuse my ignorance, please tell what is a CG model (computer Graphic) and what software did you use to do this
No problem, yes it means exactly that, CGI (Computer Graphics Imagery). I use Autodesk Maya to create still images and/or animation secuences.

Very nice!!
Thank you

Luis - Welcome to GT40s!

Your work is marvelous! Can't tell it from the real thing!!!

Where's our friend Paolo???
Thank you very much for your kind comment, I will try to post HiRes in the gallery, for your desktop's wallpapers.

Fantastic work Luis! Welcome to the forum.
Than you very much.
 

Dave Bilyk

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Luis, welcome to the forum
echo the other comments, such realism and stunning renditions.
How did you achieve the accuracy of form of the body, is that discussed in your forum thread?

Dave
 
Luis, welcome to the forum
echo the other comments, such realism and stunning renditions.
How did you achieve the accuracy of form of the body, is that discussed in your forum thread?

Dave
Hello Dave, thanks for your comment.
Unfortunately there's no technical aspects implemented in my thread, I'm sorry. Is more a step by step construction of the model in a virtual environment.
I didn't base my modeling process on measurements, or mechanical data. I just downloaded about 250 pictures of the car, some of them from this website, and start the process with a very basic and not accurate blueprints that I can provide.
 

Pete McCluskey.

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Hi Luis, welcome I concur with all the previous comments a great talent you have and I dare say a lot of patience.

P.S. the link to your hi res stuff appears to be broken.
 
Hi Luis, welcome I concur with all the previous comments a great talent you have and I dare say a lot of patience.

P.S. the link to your hi res stuff appears to be broken.
Thank you very much Pete, not patience but love. I checked the link, is death indeed, I don't know the reason though, I linked the pictures that I posted in gt40s.com's gallery. I will post a link redirected to my own website, ASAP.

So this ISN'T a real car? It only exists in cyberspace? Are you SURE?
Hahaha, thank you man, yes is a CGI car, no limits for virtual visualization...

Jim,
Here what Maya is about. Look's like Luis is an animator or designer. Nice work Luis. I gave my son all of my animation software and he likes Maya the best.
Dave
Autodesk Maya - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thanks for the comment and the explanation about the software I used, cheers.

OMG, I missed this.
Thank u very much Randy, this is simply incredibly nice !!
Too cool and too skilled there.

Welcome to the forum !
Thank you Paolo, outdoors renders are coming...

My jaw is on the floor!!!
Thank you for the kind commet man, and thank you very much to you all gentlemen, It means a lot comming from actual owners of the Car.

Here, new links to download High Resolution Images of the model, if you are interested.


http://www.lendesign.com/3dmodels/Ford_GT-40/Ford_GT-40_3Dmodel_LuisNieves_00.jpg
http://www.lendesign.com/3dmodels/Ford_GT-40/Ford_GT-40_3Dmodel_LuisNieves_01.jpg
http://www.lendesign.com/3dmodels/Ford_GT-40/Ford_GT-40_3Dmodel_LuisNieves_02.jpg
http://www.lendesign.com/3dmodels/Ford_GT-40/Ford_GT-40_3Dmodel_LuisNieves_03.jpg
http://www.lendesign.com/3dmodels/Ford_GT-40/Ford_GT-40_3Dmodel_LuisNieves_04.jpg
http://www.lendesign.com/3dmodels/Ford_GT-40/Ford_GT-40_3Dmodel_LuisNieves_05.jpg
http://www.lendesign.com/3dmodels/Ford_GT-40/Ford_GT-40_3Dmodel_LuisNieves_06.jpg
http://www.lendesign.com/3dmodels/Ford_GT-40/Ford_GT-40_3Dmodel_LuisNieves_07.jpg
http://www.lendesign.com/3dmodels/Ford_GT-40/Ford_GT-40_3Dmodel_LuisNieves_08.jpg
http://www.lendesign.com/3dmodels/Ford_GT-40/Ford_GT-40_3Dmodel_LuisNieves_09.jpg
http://www.lendesign.com/3dmodels/Ford_GT-40/Ford_GT-40_3Dmodel_LuisNieves_10.jpg
http://www.lendesign.com/3dmodels/Ford_GT-40/Ford_GT-40_3Dmodel_LuisNieves_11.jpg
http://www.lendesign.com/3dmodels/Ford_GT-40/Ford_GT-40_3Dmodel_LuisNieves_12.jpg
http://www.lendesign.com/3dmodels/Ford_GT-40/Ford_GT-40_3Dmodel_LuisNieves_13.jpg
http://www.lendesign.com/3dmodels/Ford_GT-40/Ford_GT-40_3Dmodel_LuisNieves_14.jpg
http://www.lendesign.com/3dmodels/Ford_GT-40/Ford_GT-40_3Dmodel_LuisNieves_15.jpg
http://www.lendesign.com/3dmodels/Ford_GT-40/Ford_GT-40_3Dmodel_LuisNieves_16.jpg
http://www.lendesign.com/3dmodels/Ford_GT-40/Ford_GT-40_3Dmodel_LuisNieves_17.jpg

Luis Nieves.
 

David Morton

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I am totally staggered - espescially by the degree of detail on ancilliary components - and even to some chalk writing on one of the tyres.
CGI has kust taken a massive step forward. A rare talent with such an eye for detail.
Well done Luis.
 
Luis:
Great work. Probably the best introduction I have seen here on the forum.
I noticed that those files are quite large, 13mb or so, and the detail is really nice when zooming in.
Will the software allow you 360 deg. views?
Really awesome!
Cheers
Phil
 
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