Racer broke down and needed a tow.
8 months ago
This is so good!
Love it man, I want one! You should 3D print some of your models
The shading's so great the texture almost looks like cardboard papercraft rilly rilly radicraptastic.
so, much, like!
Love your style!
Oh my god I would die for a tutorial as to how you do absolutely anything in these things. Your work is so beautiful. PS, totally plugged your name in class today - a girl was using "work she found on Tumblr for stylistic reference" and I couldn't resist mentioning that I followed the artist. Oh man.
I love those cool vehicles! Great style, dude:)
That looks sooo sweet!
awesome as usual @Timothy J. Reynolds are the shots you have been posting in this style all part of one project.....cuz whatever it is I cant wait to see it.
I agree these need to be 3D printed!
Thanks a lot, guys!
@Ben Wright @Mathew Lucas I've been thinking about buying a 3D printer for a while now. Might just get one soon enough. :)
@Avi Jacob Oh, wowl! That's really great to hear. And there's no real trick here, just lots of modeling little pieces.
@Ryno van Niekerk I've just been building to build. Practicing for something larger in the future.
truck is slammed! nice
low rider towing truck! priceless!
@Timothy J. Reynolds You should check out http://Shapeways.com
wham, bam, slammed!
This is phenomenal. Well done.
@Bauke Schildt I have. Might be a bit expensive that way, would rather control my own prints.
Awesome! That flatbed better not try going over any speed-bumps if she plans on keeping the front bumper. :D
Lo-rida. Love it dude.
Great work, without textures it looks like a clay mockup :)
@Timothy J. Reynolds I was thinking just one. For yourself. Shapeways is too expensive for retail.
Rad! luv the shapes.
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