unsure which width is better please vote

Discussion started by 512pixel

vechile 1 width and vechile 2 width please vote on ur preffered width

thank you

https://ibb.co/hscys4z

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Posted about 1 month ago
2

Hi version 1 - is too short version 2 - is too long :D

512pixel wrote
512pixel
ther must be inbtween that right then btween that length one to short one to long .. mean s kust inbetween the 2 length then
512pixel wrote
512pixel
Hi version 1 - is too short version 2 - is too long :D( versiion 1 is the longest ( version 2 is the shortest
Posted about 1 month ago
0

Judging by the picture, this is not width, this is length...

512pixel wrote
512pixel
yes length
Posted about 1 month ago
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correct length i did use visual guide as well the willys ranger truck .. i upload the other angles .... and the visual guide i uzsed

2 quater
https://ibb.co/W6dq2hS
3 quaater
https://ibb.co/7nq6JK5

top view
https://ibb.co/1KpSSbN

upload th vuisual guides i used now for the side

the length i used
https://ibb.co/p6DVD0T
the length i used
https://ibb.co/G3g157L

i then slightly shortend thios length based on. wansnt feeling right ...nott he image just my second model above ..version below is the shortest ,,, that were i modified only slightly

Posted about 1 month ago
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3d meshes comment one to long one to short at the back end ... can only be slight alteration based on those vechile s slightly modified .....not much inbtween there based on distance

Posted about 1 month ago
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version 2 has trhe shortest back end

Posted about 1 month ago
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i can understan d cos i am having thesame issue .. ii matched the proportions of teh blue print visualy eye bit of illusion .. you can see thelength that shortest here is version 2 not version 1 ( on the back end ) no other changes are made
https://ibb.co/L5mSsVn

Posted about 1 month ago
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i do is matc h iback up blue print in 3ds max see against the blue print see if still to long cos hrowing my eye out ) ican see peole having confusion above similar to me

Posted about 1 month ago
4

When you model a vehicle first thing you have to do is to match it's dimensions either by scaling blueprints (good blueprints) or adjusting camera matching if you want to create accurate model. There are some other ways but those two are the most common. Never model a vehicle using reference images set up the same way as orthographic projection blueprints, this will get you all sorts of problems, it may work on some simple shaped object. Here are dimensions for Willy Jeep Truck
Body Length: 183 3/4” (4,67 m.)
Body Width: 73 7/8“ (185,4 cm.)
Height: (overall): 74 3/8” (189,0 cm.)
Wheelbase: 118” (299,72 cm.) (this is what you ask)
Adjust your model to these dimension.

512pixel wrote
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https://ibb.co/9G1Bk3D
512pixel wrote
512pixel
cheers phantom those are matching gonna screen record it .. to make sure got that right .. ..to show .. yes that put my mind to rest little now can unwrap wouldnt have found those domensions my self cos kinda some time not sure which are whcxih ..gonna screen record now cheers phantom and all other s who replied
Posted about 1 month ago
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matched it the blue print and to photos in from pure side angle

Posted about 1 month ago
1

blue print there on side vechile ,, u can see it underneath created willys jeep before trying out this vechile ... aas it similary body work and chassis .... it hard when the vechile has doors which come out differenlty from other vechiles ... the willys jeep i changed evn when the dimenstion wass right cos just throw u at the end looking at it

Posted about 1 month ago
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blue print there on side vechile ,, u can see it underneath created willys jeep before trying out this vechile ... aas it similary body work and chassis .... it hard when the vechile has doors which come out differenlty from other vechiles ... the willys jeep i changed evn when the dimenstion wass right cos just throw u at the end looking at it

Posted about 1 month ago
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blue print there on side vechile ,, u can see it underneath created willys jeep before trying out this vechile ... aas it similary body work and chassis .... it hard when the vechile has doors which come out differenlty from other vechiles ... the willys jeep i changed evn when the dimenstion wass right cos just throw u at the end looking at it

Posted about 1 month ago
0

blue print there on side vechile ,, u can see it underneath created willys jeep before trying out this vechile ... aas it similary body work and chassis .... it hard when the vechile has doors which come out differenlty from other vechiles ... the willys jeep i changed evn when the dimenstion wass right cos just throw u at the end looking at it

Posted about 1 month ago
0

blue print there on side vechile ,, u can see it underneath created willys jeep before trying out this vechile ... aas it similary body work and chassis .... it hard when the vechile has doors which come out differenlty from other vechiles ... the willys jeep i changed evn when the dimenstion wass right cos just throw u at the end looking at it

Posted about 1 month ago
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daqme thats issue with slow server catch up now posted like three four times apoligies ther e

Posted about 1 month ago
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i didnt model it thesame way i used photgrpahs as much as possible

Posted about 1 month ago
1

im gonna squarew out block based on those dimensions a plan will do the trick ... what ur posted phantom lucky i can scale to see if it close match by numerical value of the palk ne .. luckyy i can enlarge in max if need be by numbers think failry close match

Posted about 1 month ago
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Body Length: 183 3/4” (4,67 m.)

ok seem to have the bodywidth off theat tiny

Posted about 1 month ago
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all the othe lengths match that body width make odd looking car

Posted about 1 month ago
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hold it was the vechile above

Posted about 1 month ago
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my vechile matches those dimesnions

Posted about 1 month ago
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ok ( matches those dimnesions based on the planes ,,,( just gonna have take optical illusion. thk you all

u tube link
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nguEdamGNY

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