Buick 1966 Wildcat

Model

The car is a 66 Buick Wildcat modelled in 3D Studio Max 6.0, integrated in a real photo and rendered with VRAY using as reference a model kit.

Texturing

The car's texture has been used mainly to add dirt and dust to the model using some dirty masks included in the Total Textures V8

Wheel

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wire

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dirt texture from v8

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final result of the mask

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final render

The process has been the same for all the model components, headlights, wheels,... I make a viewport capture in Photoshop and I use this graphics/tut_calero_image as base for painting the texture with the dirty maps from the CD Nº8. We have to adjust the dirt over the surface using the wire as a base. After painting the texture I create a Blend material using two basics materials. One of this material is the base material (wheel, metal, chrome...) and the second one is a brown mate material that simulate the dust and dirt. For mixing this two material I use the mask that I have painted before. This is an example.

Front

That's all folks. I hope you find this mini-tut interesting

Luis Calero Serrano.

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