Few months after I've published my last model, comes the time to publish collection of some new models, this time of American Classic cars from era of 1960's to 1970's. These models were made little bit different way, than all of my previously published assets. The main difference that You can be interested is level of detail, models are no more built as just low-mid poly. They are ready for subdivision in native c4d format, or available in low not subdivided mesh resolution but still useful for rendering in low res animations and high poly version that can be further subdivided for closeup stills or animations too. Exported formats 3ds, fbx and obj are prepared well to correct work with every standard modeling software such as 3ds Max, Maya, Lightwave etc...
As always, only c4d version has some special features, standard and vray materials, it is animated using Xpresso, now working much better and smoother, compatible with motion blur and bringing new features like exterior and interior lighting, automatic reverse and brake lights.
Each exported model versions will always contain two resolutions, one low and one high. 3ds and fbx files are preserving models hierarchy and all mesh parts separated by material are jointed under one empty (no polygons) object used as their pivot. All materials are applied on objects, with necessary projection or uvw coordinates. Obj format unfortunately doesn't support this both, but all materials, textures and objects are sorted in very intuitive way to make proper hierarchy and materials.
Here are some preview renders made with cinema 4d and AR3 of first 3d model to be published - 1972 Lincoln Continental Mark IV.
I hope You will like it.
Dodge Coronet "Super Bee" 1970
AMC Matador 1972:
Next model is almost equal - 1974 version of Lincoln Continental Mark IV.
And now one "small" American station wagon - Plymouth Volare Wagon 1976
1976 Plymouth Volare Sedan is the next one.
Cadillac Eldorado 1968