@kosso: enjoy your vacation, by then i should have the original frame well underway.
@rx: there's a large number of refs for ford flatheads (the appropriate engine for the car) on smcars, i can post if you want. otherwise, the 69 vette would look nice in there.
looks good, btw is this a low poly project? , anyways you got anything for me to model, cos i don't know what everyone else has picked, so it will be a waste of time if i did the same as another person:clown:
for the old one, i'm gonna be making it as a mid-poly model. it'll smooth about as well when i'm done and won't be for close ups. for the hot-rodded version, i'll model it with turbo/mesh smooth because i'll try to render it on it's own. as for your contribution, there's a fair bit up for grabs. i believe kosso is doing the old body and rx is doing some engine work and equinox is doing new wheels. anything else you can feel free to volunteer for.
yo nox, we have volunteers for suspension so you might want to talk to pan3sar. i was going to ask you for wheel dimensions so i can dial in the axles (probably the next few days on the old school model) the wheels are nice, i recognize the makes so i can get you some more refs if you want them
some work on the hot-rodded frame, this one's high-poly frame construction. i got the framerails in shape, the rear crossmember in and started roughing out the suspension. please feel free to crit, i need all the advice i can get.
day two of working on the high-poly hot-rodded frame. the rear suspensions is being worked on atm. i had to modify the frame a bit to make everything fit as i wanted it to. that meant raising the rear crossmember around 4.5 inches. the first clay has mock brake rotors. as you may now gather, the brakes will be inboard on the rearend. the hub carriers (outside part of suspensions) have been redone about 15 times by now in the name of getting the shape smooth and vaguely accurate. i'm not basing the rearend on any specific one for sale but mixing various hotrod designs. feel free to crit.