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    Porsche 918 ALSM render

    HI guys I did a ALSM version as well, racing look

    hope you like it

    http://www.cstormark.com/alsm918.jpg

    regards

    glac

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    This looks real good.

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    +1

    Very cool.

    EDIT: The massive wheel arches add a nice touch.
    Last edited by LTSmash; 04-01-2010 at 10:10 PM.

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    I think you should consider - if you haven't already - publishing these photos. I think you could make money selling them to Autosport or Autobild or Road and Track or whomever.

    Have you been published before? Your chops are good enough.

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    Hi

    No I havent done that before as i dont have any good contacts nor do i know how ?

    cheers for comments

    glac

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    The best place to start would be to contact one of the editors or publishers (who's details should be available via their websites), create a bit of a portfolio on your work (in PDF and hardcopy formats), and offer them a taster of your work in your initial contact.

    You certainly have a talent with the photoshop brush.
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    thanks mates i just sendt an email off to Auto road and track , I will let you know when I get reply .

    thanks guys

    glac

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glacius View Post
    thanks mates i just sendt an email off to Auto road and track , I will let you know when I get reply .

    thanks guys

    glac
    Try a lot of magazines too, and in different nationalities. I think your creations are good enough that if you try hard enough, someone will be willing to pay for them. You can try some local Norwegian ones, French, German (the Germans may be interested in the 918 in particular), etc etc.

    Keep at it!

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    got some nice feature on speedhunters =)
    RANDOM SNAP>> GURNADE 918 RENDERING - Speedhunters

    glac

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glacius View Post
    got some nice feature on speedhunters =)
    RANDOM SNAP>> GURNADE 918 RENDERING - Speedhunters

    glac
    Try Autoblog and Jalopnik and Top Speed and The Truth About Cars. Get your name out there, the go for print magazines!

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    Looks very good. Critisism, the carbon fiber front distributor needs some fine tuning with the direction of the simulated fibers. Hope this helps.
    "Horsepower sells motor cars, but torque wins motor races."
    -Carrol Shelby

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitdy View Post
    Try Autoblog and Jalopnik and Top Speed and The Truth About Cars. Get your name out there, the go for print magazines!

    Hi mate

    Ive sendt them all emails now , so will see =) thanks mate

    Also Ive sendt my major magazines Email as well so will see about that as well

    I will keep updated

    I will have rearview in end of weekend so watch out for that

    glac

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sledgehammer View Post
    Looks very good. Critisism, the carbon fiber front distributor needs some fine tuning with the direction of the simulated fibers. Hope this helps.
    THanks mate

    Would it be to much to ask for a bit more explination ? im not quite sure , are you talking about the way the pattern is moving ?

    cheers

    glac

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glacius View Post
    THanks mate

    Would it be to much to ask for a bit more explination ? im not quite sure , are you talking about the way the pattern is moving ?

    cheers

    glac
    I dont know if it is possible, but the oddness comes from the lines going straight despite the angle of the distributor. If a surface is curved, then the lines on the surface should curve as well. its like drawing straight lines on a piece of paper, then taking the sheet and making it into a ball, the lines are no longer straight. I dont know a better way to describe this. Good luck!
    "Horsepower sells motor cars, but torque wins motor races."
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    woo ! Porsche 918 Spyder Concept Rendering - Top Speed

    I got a new feature happy man

    glac

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