View Full Version : Sonic bike final
11-02-2004, 08:04 AM
Here is the finished model of my motorcycle concept . All made in max and rendered with mental ray About. 1.2 milion polygons . This particular frame took 15 hours to render. Thanke you god I didn't do a more detailed enviroment . I than did some corrections and a little post work in photoshop .
I hope you dig it . Enjoy !
11-02-2004, 08:27 AM
that's pretty dang hot, the only gripe i have is the surface looks a little wavy, but other than that it's really damn cool i like it
11-02-2004, 09:11 AM
I liked the high poly that you did, but holy cow man, this takes the cake. It is really gorgeously rendered. Certain parts look totally real. Good job man!!!
11-02-2004, 09:22 AM
very nicely done--but what exactly is going on with the bottom of the back tire? is that a ski or something? i can't quite work out what's happening there, but otherwise it's a very nice model and a lovely rendering. good job.
11-02-2004, 09:31 AM
Very nice smooth design, I'd definately have one /images/graemlins/smile.gif
However it's a touch impractical without rear view mirrors at hand :s
very nice bike, I dig the glass and metal materials.
Hey this is pretty rockin'. Looks real in my books. Love the glass and the rear wheel design.
11-02-2004, 12:59 PM
awsome man, i still remember the low poly model that started this off =P
11-02-2004, 03:30 PM
Warhawk, what can I do to convince you to send me your lighting rig for this model? I am positively incapable of lighting things to look good. The max work in my portfolio, the lighting is just killing it. Bike rocks, too, but I'm sure you already knew that /images/graemlins/tongue.gif
11-02-2004, 04:08 PM
Yeah I'm with Gauss on the back tire thing, Is it to show what's inside the tires?
Otherwise it looks awesome.
11-02-2004, 04:26 PM
I think the back tire is made of some rigid material and is designed to mechanically expand like that in order to provide a support brace when the bike isn't being ridden - a high tech version of a kickstand. If you look at the shape of the panels in contact with the ground, it looks like they would fold up to perfectly fill in that gap through the wheel. Neat idea, except I can't think of any material that would make this feasible (rigid for structure but ductile enough to handle traction and compensate for uneven or rough terrain).
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