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The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
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Ultra retro.
Submitted By GTR34 on 13/07/03
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This Document originally posted in the "Mars Explorer" Group


Hey guys!
 
So I took my mars buggy heritage edition and tweaked it a little. I added some 50's style chrome pieces, two tone paint, some seriously deep red metalflake paint, lowered dat ride height and added some classic retro wheels with white wall tires. I have to say, I think this is the chillest mars buggy to come about yet! What do you guys think?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Re: The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
17 hours - 1,449v
Posted 2013/07/03 - 13:54 GMT
I love it so much! Good job!
1 week - 32,767v
Posted 2013/07/03 - 16:09 GMT
I like it! It's really cool. Nice job on it!
 
Just in time for the Fourth of July too. 'Murica.
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Re: The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
4 days - 9,099v
Posted 2013/07/03 - 18:55 GMT
LUV IT!!! Looks great:D ender i agree, it is perfect timing:)
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Re: The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
4 days - 11,629v
Posted 2013/07/03 - 21:10 GMT
I wasnt planning on it xD but yeah! I guess it is!
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Re: The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
43 minutes - 68v
Posted 2013/08/06 - 10:02 GMT
Cool design.
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Re: The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
1 week - 32,767v
Posted 2013/07/04 - 5:41 GMT
Okay, now, again, but worse, the taillights! older one was better! its ugly having cone shaped tail lights sticking out.
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Re: The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
4 days - 11,629v
Posted 2013/07/04 - 14:12 GMT
You completely missed the point of them :b
 
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Re: The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
2 days - 11,431v
Posted 2013/07/07 - 19:42 GMT
I think it would be better if you either extruded the faces that hold the tail-lights outwards or sculpted it or used proportional editing to get that sort of effect. But great work anyways, sir! I love it.
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Re: The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
1 week - 32,767v
Posted 2013/07/10 - 15:03 GMT
Stunning. I'm glad to see there's some development taking place, excellent design and rendering!
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Re: The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
21 hours - 2,440v
Posted 2013/07/30 - 16:09 GMT
Pancakes i thought you were gone?!
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Re: The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
6 days - 21,100v
Posted 2013/07/17 - 22:36 GMT
mmmmmm dem rims be smokin'! along wif dat buggy body.  ohh it is ooohh so fine.  and to top it all off, a nice coat of deep martian red.  ima diggin' dis here retro style.  :D
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Re: The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
3 days - 9,746v
Posted 2013/08/01 - 0:07 GMT
It's like the Martian Lightning McQueen :D
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Re: The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
21 hours - 2,420v
Posted 2013/08/01 - 8:24 GMT
It seems you understand the great beauty that is simplicity. Job well done me boyo.
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Re: The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
1 day - 4,967v
Posted 2013/08/02 - 2:17 GMT
That's amazing, GTR!
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Re: The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
2 hours - 84v
Posted 2013/08/03 - 1:22 GMT
Uuhh,.......this game isnt that good, can someone please make a better version?
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Re: The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
1 day - 3,804v
Posted 2013/08/03 - 9:06 GMT
Really nice work...beautifully simple!  So the break lights were taken from a chevy? (or something similar, couldn't see) :)
The HDRI lighting really brings it alive!  Another great job!
 
EDIT: Are the tyres bumpmapped and specmapped? or just high-poly? :P
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Re: The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
2 days - 4,338v
Posted 2013/08/13 - 20:05 GMT
It looks bump/spec mapped to me.  If it were high poly, you would see outlines against the background.  Also, high-poly tires would be hard to render in real time like that.
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Re: The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
1 day - 3,804v
Posted 2013/08/13 - 22:10 GMT
Thats what I thought...
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Re: The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
29 minutes - 37v
Posted 2013/08/14 - 21:08 GMT
See how the shine affects only parts of the tires? It's clearly specmapped as well as bumpmapped.
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Re: The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
6 hours - 145v
Posted 2013/08/04 - 19:48 GMT
If that ain't a touch of old school to the new era then I don't know what is! :D
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Re: The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
11 hours - 1,140v
Posted 2015/02/07 - 3:35 GMT
I like This buggy better
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Re: The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
12 hours - 1,500v
Posted 2015/02/07 - 6:01 GMT
thats awesome :)
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Re: The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
1 week - 32,767v
Posted 2015/03/04 - 22:56 GMT
Those tail lights look like nipples :E
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Re: The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
21 hours - 2,440v
Posted 2015/03/09 - 20:27 GMT
Wow Lamp.
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Re: The coolest mars buggy that ever did exist.
1 week - 32,767v
Posted 2015/03/11 - 3:49 GMT
It's true! I wouldn't wanna be driving that thing! O-o


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