Discussion in 'Ranchero Pics' started by HuevosRanchero, Mar 17, 2019.
Japanamation at it's finest, even a right hand steering wheel
I was just having a bit of fun...I found a ranchero model in 3Ds format and was able to translate it into an object file and import it into my rendering program...I just threw in Izunami for fun...add a couple of filters and voila
In that case nicely done!
So the Ranchero isn't real? Well, the girl's cute, anyway!
Shouldn't you be working on your actual Ranchero if you have all this free time??
problem is its not free!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! weatherstripping is like bodaciously expensive. I needed a guitar upgrade and since thats what brings in the Rancho parts it had to take priority I'm afraid. Tapped out dude. Weather was good this past weekend so i did drive it around on Saturday it was wonderful but still much to do. (Freaking acrylic tape for the door strip channels is $50) Sufferin' Succotash!!!
nope nothing is real except the background trees and the grass which were part of an HDRI i used to simulate lighting....I was thinking about doing a rusty version with the Ranchero US logo on it....if I get the time. Yeah....Love Izunami...one of my fave skinjobs.
another car related one i did a while back
That's cool -- very Mad Max Falcon Coupe [ or Mad Maxine ]
"I needed a guitar upgrade"... tell me more; I'm interested! Here's the latest one I built:
wow that's AWESOME!!!...great looking finish! that's where mine always fall short.
My main gig guitar is a nashville tele and it's in dire need of new frets.,..I've worn them down to a sine wave. I was just going to slap a standard replacement neck on there (21 fret ,9.5 radius....) but wondered about going to a 22 fret , 12 radius....so I wanted to try one out before committing. I was able to get a tele spec ibanez talman for the same money as a new neck and I'm trying it out to see if I thats the way I want to go. So far I'm really really liking this Ibanez. You'll have to excuse the sparkling vampire red color, I was going to go traditional tri burst but the wife insisted I get the sparkly one,
one more car one I'd forgotten about...
Sweet! Those colors look great together. I'm a big fan of Allparts necks; they make the necks for Fender Japan guitars, and the woodworking is fantastic. You can find real good deals on them from The Stratosphere or Arkansas Musicworks.
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