A MOCpages creation by me? Yes, don't blink twice, it really happened. This has been promised for some time now, but I couldn't be satisfied by the coupe version. So I converted it into the very recently released Spider.
The goal of this was to create an entry for Harry's Summer Car Contest group.
Shoutout must be given to Alexander Paschoaletto, not only because he told me I should give a 458 (of which I made 488) another go, and some elements I snatched from his 458 Italia (yes, I kindly asked him. Seriously).
Hope you like it!
P.S. If you wanna see how hard I failed at my previous attempt at a 458, click here.
Pictures are rendered with BlueRender.
Speaking about pictures, let's get some.
Interior/dashboard, which is kinda like my previous attempt but more black and better.
Engine bay. Simple, yet effective.
Opening doors. No door interior this time. The door required too much shape for that.
Coupe version which I'm still not sure on.
Part of the contest: where do I fancy driving this car? Well, very simple, on the RiviŤra. Where it belongs.
What a nice ferrari! Especially blue colour makes it look more unique than the typical red. great structures and curves overall, love those taillights. Also nice renders...bluerender seems to be a serious programm for us LDD moccers, i should try it...greets, ron.
I've got a question about the rear lights. We're they made using tyres for the smallest wheel in LDD? From the looks of things, it looks like you have used them. If that is the case, that's an ingenious idea!
@Cameron: thanks, the blue is very drawing for the Spider, and red for a Ferrari is too clichť :) @Emmanuel: Thanks! Glad you like it! @Sam: wow, thanks for the compliment. I think IMO that 10-wide'ish is more my thing though a big scale one has got more possibilities. Thanks though! @Nick: some of the shaping was quite easy, some of it was a straight nightmare. Thanks!
@Dennis: Thanks man, glad you like it! @Harry: thanks, it was challenging, but I'm glad with the result. And that road is where it belongs :) @Firas: always great to hear from you, thanks bud! @Smokie: Thanks! That was actually what started the entire model ;) @Yann: Thanks, the software works great indeed! @colby, Geoffrey, Mathieu, Stephan: thanks lads, I am glad you like it! @SS: that's a big compliment, thanks man! @Mitchell: thank you! I just checked your Flickr: you're on a great roll, keep it up! @Nils: great to hear from you, thanks! @Alexander: thanks for your great comment and inspiration!