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Some ppl here probably know about this, but it might be interesting anyway: (note: Im not very good at describing things... )
Step 1:
here I have a very hastily made well (not 3d)

Step 2:
go to Display>Place Axis
in front view, put the axis a little bit to the side:

Step 3:
go to Create>faces>fan, and create a half circle that has as many points as ur wheel well:

Step 4:
go to Creat>faces>strip and connect the fan with the well.

Step 5:
Go to Modify>Move and move the fan points under the well and voila ur done!:

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Excellent stuff Thumbs Up I use a similar method only instead of making the back first I make the whell and then the back.

Adding this to the resource Smile
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thx Rippance
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Nice tutorial! I use a very similar method, but to save some polys I make the 'back' of it as a flat surface.

Uses less polys and noone will notice any difference anyway.
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To expand on Charger's:


Note the fact that the curve polys connect to both sides of the car, thus meaning you don't need seperate polys for the left/right sides. The polys are all set up the same, spanning the entire width of the car on the underside, and its 3 sides of a box in the middle.
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Very interesting Stereo, i never thought of that! Smile
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Hmm.. You guys have it down packed better than I do.

Mind if I show something along the lines of that on my tutorial? Smile
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Awesys wrote:
Hmm.. You guys have it down packed better than I do.

Mind if I show something along the lines of that on my tutorial? Smile

Its fine with me Smile
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