Gilera TARF 1948 - ENGINE included- 3D model
If you love classic and unique shaped cars, this may be for you. And the quality is the best possible, as usual for me! If i'm not happy with my model, i won't use it or share it! It's my biggest passion, details!
Unique model of a unique car. World record of speed on low weight vehicle under 500cc, powered by a powerfull italian engine, a Gilera 4 cylinderss in line, from a motorbike. It was 300kg weight and 350cc of engine capacity, able to generate 40cv.
This car is a unique piece, exposed in the FIAT museum in Turin, Italy. I've been modeling it starting from my own made hi-res images during a personal visit, when i felt in love with its shape. Other similar versions has been made, everyone different in some details as they were hand built.
The model has been created in Autodesk Maya, starting from nurbs and polys. All details usefull are modeled, you have an high detailed polygon model of the Gilera Engine inside the right body. The transmission chain is modeled, as well as the high detailed rims+wheels. Outer shells can be turbosmoothed and are still med-res. High polygon count is created by the wheels and the engine itself. Some parts has been smoothed for better fitting. You can check all the details in this speed modeling video! https://www.youtube.com/watch?x-yt-ts=1422579428&v=yzZeveH7_so&x-yt-cl=85114404
The model is UV Unwrapped, and i included all the textures needed, with a UVmap layout. All of them are 8k jpg, included in every file type. I posted some screengrabs from keyshot to showcase the model. Is the unsmoothed FBX provided, with duplicated wheels. You can see there the level of details, the geometry and texture. Check the UVmap uploaded to see the wire itself.
Don't hesitate and contact me for any info you may need. I'm providing, Maya, Max, FBX and OBJ, in different versions. There's a 3DS as well, but some parts are missing due to high poly count. Maya and Max files have wheels instanced. FBX and OBJ have only 1 wheel in place to save file size.