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2006 Lamborghini Murcielago by terapr0 2006 Lamborghini Murcielago by terapr0
This is the 2nd Vector illustration ive ever done. Although I really like both of them, I sort of preffer my first attempt (a Noble M12 - [link] ) a little bit more. Oh well....Im still pretty impressed with how this one turned out. And wow, this stuff is so addicting. Im sure the fact that my college is on strike is certainly helping the fact that ive done 2 in under a week, but I know im now hooked on this stuff and already have a ton of ideas for cars I want to try next. Like I said earlier, this is only my 2nd attempt at rendering a car (or anything) in Photoshop, so dont be too hard on me, but please let me know what you think. Id certainly like to hear any comments on what you like, and suggestions on things you think I could improve on. I think the next car I do, im going to attempt to do the wheels instead of just using a radial blur to sorta cheat and make it look like they're moving.

hope you enjoy!

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benrulz Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2007
looks awesome ..........nice colours........
ImmortalCookie Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2006
LOL dudei find it hilarious,
u post a pic of the gallardo the next day i see one
then u come up with this and some guy at my school buys one,,,
well if u need any angles and shit on that car (its white though but that can be changed on PS) lemme know!
i personally like the gallardo better though!
terapr0 Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2006
thanks a lot for the comment and favorites man! I agree with you on the wheels....Im going to re-do this with the wheels stationary....they will be pixel at first (because I just started working on a 2006 lamborghini gallardo spyder tonight) but eventually Ill get around to rendering them....the rims are black and pretty simple so maybe ill do em in the next few days.

parasiticdrag Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2006
this is a nice one..., and compared to the M12's, I like this better. It's sharper, way more detailed (as in where the curves, what goes where, etc...), nice chiselling. About the only gripe is..... such a low angle shot would probably be better off without the wheels moving.. it'd serve better as a still life when the front wheels are at full lock. But I don't know, maybe a more appropriate background (street scene) is in the order for a more convincing finish.

Perfection is when there's nothing left to take away.
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March 13, 2006
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