3D Car Modeling Tutorial pt.3 | Autodesk Maya | Modeling a Lamborghini Huracan

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Model created by Zack Anderson for 8fifty2

This tutorial is designed to teach you how to use Autodesk Maya’s tools and techniques to model a photorealistic Lamborghini Huracan.

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15 thoughts on “3D Car Modeling Tutorial pt.3 | Autodesk Maya | Modeling a Lamborghini Huracan

  • May 9, 2019 at 15:44
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    From where do you get does Blueprints im using the website the-blueprints but the blueprints don´t have that much depth in them like your blueprints?

  • May 9, 2019 at 15:44
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    Got through another part! ^-^ I'm really excited to see the front really start taking shape, and I'm glad I've patiently followed the tutorials so far.

  • May 9, 2019 at 15:44
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    hey i love your tutorials, and i have followed your steps very closely. i love the tip of following the lines of the object. but my doubt is: what will we do when it comes to the curves of the object? i always get stuck there. the curvatures of the same car can be different from each other. the rate of curvature in the curves of this huracan so far have been almost stable. what about vehicles like a jeep wrangler which has curves here and there? it would be nice if you could share your expertise regarding that. once again thank you for these lovely videos!

  • May 9, 2019 at 15:44
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    thank you for you good explaining but i want to know how do you plan to start modeling in a new car shape what is the idea to make my own car model not to just follow some one videos

  • May 9, 2019 at 15:44
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    i know im a little late to the party but in stead of moving a vertex to another vertex by using V and merging you can just use the target weld tool and take the vertex that needs to move to the other vertex and weld it, basically making your 3 button clicks one operation to speed up work flow. also i believe we are all advanced enough on this tutorial to be able to handle the short cut keys for move scale and rotate instead of watching you click the icons.

  • May 9, 2019 at 15:44
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    When your doing the A. pillar. at 19:50. I noticed you were able to move the vertices in world view. I know normal axis helps exstrudung up but when I try to move them over in side, front ortho etc. That messes me up. I like how you keep it simple staying in one axes I guess called world or object transformation

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