Rogue's W.I.P's!

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Postby Rogue® » Sat May 16, 2009 6:31 am

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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby BLANK » Wed May 20, 2009 7:50 pm

Forgive me for this completely-unrelated topic, but I really felt the need to share.

Shelby Daytona. Replica, but still...
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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby Rogue® » Thu May 21, 2009 4:45 am

That’s ok Shams, any good Ford related stuff is absolutely welcome here.

That’s one absolutely perfect Daytona! I wish I could get those HD photos in really high resolution!
Very nice!
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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby Rogue® » Wed May 27, 2009 3:05 pm

Sorry there isn’t much happening in the way of SketchUp but I have been very board of it and quite ill lately. I have managed to take just a couple more photos if anyone is interested. I do hope to get more once I start doing stuff again.

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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby GreenToaster » Thu May 28, 2009 12:36 am

I've all but thrown in the towel - so many things going on in my life. Your work is really inspiring - I'm reminded of what my dad used to say "Let the experts do what experts do"

Sorry you've been ill - here's to better health soon.
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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby Rogue® » Fri May 29, 2009 12:48 am

Thanks Brad
I do hope to get back into using SU some time soon. I do have quite a few unfinished projects still and hope to have them done but with less to them than I had hoped. There are some good ones to come.
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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby Rogue® » Tue Jun 02, 2009 9:34 pm

Well, I haven’t done much in SU lately but here are some sketches I have done.

These three are all based on the same template so they are similar.
2010 Ford Falcon Coupe
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2010 Ford Capri
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2010 Mercury Cougar
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This here is a custom version of the Ford Taunus. The Taunus is a nice British coupe. This, however, is a lower, longer American model I have designed. It only took about 15min but it looks okay.
Ford Taunus America.jpg

...the front is a little messed up
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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby BLANK » Thu Jun 04, 2009 12:33 pm

Hmm... the sharp lines and the thin pillars on the "American" Taunus give it a futuristic look. Nevertheless, still "teh hotness". That Capri got a funny shape too - CARS-esque (with the grille and all).

I'm thinking of rigging up one of your Cobras with SP3 and yes, it'll drift and handle properly if you know the procedure (vapourware already...). I'm not using any scripting stuff like the pros do, just some old-school physics nonsense. My graphics card is sh*t so I can't guarantee how awesome the drifting will be. The Cobra doesn't kill my graphics card and I can't find anything better, so I'll stick with that. I'll post it here once done, if you don't mind - the warehouse got very childish...

Speaking of drifting, I got one of those cheap Hummer Monster Truck-ish R/C toys that I converted into a drift car (yes, it really does drift, on carpets too... sometimes). I actually placed the battery in front of the front axle, removed some weight and spray-painted it black. Pity the battery wouldn't charge any more.

Since when were R/C toys related to car companies? *rimshot*
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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby Rogue® » Sat Jun 06, 2009 11:36 am

Thanks Shams. I’m just getting back into my drawing so hopefully I will improve.

I can’t wait to see your SP model.

I have noticed Dennis (TigreFeroce車) and Jordey (fioranojc) are back from their somewhat busy life’s and have started to model again, so here is just a little more work from me after my long break.
I do also hope to model another wheel soon

Rogue Paramount Coupe.jpg

I have added a grille, finishing the front end. I have only the dash, seats and seat belts to finish.
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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby Rogue® » Wed Jun 10, 2009 7:38 am

I have done a little more work on my Sentient sedan
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I don't know if you can really tell what I have done but it’s obvious to me :)
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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby Marian » Wed Jun 10, 2009 11:28 am

Nice work as usual, i would really like you made cougar, it looks very mean. :thumb:
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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby Rogue® » Wed Jun 10, 2009 11:58 am

Thanks Marian, I do try my best. :D
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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby =Mr Planet= » Wed Jun 10, 2009 4:27 pm

That's AWESOME The amount of work and polies has absolutely no word for it! :sketchstatic:
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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby Rogue® » Wed Jun 10, 2009 5:01 pm

Thanks Shreeyam, It’s still a little messy at the moment.
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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby Rogue® » Thu Jun 11, 2009 3:36 pm

A new wheel

This is my Thirty Second wheel. It is a request from BLANK – Shams. The design is from the Saleen Parnelli Jones Mustang

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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby Rogue® » Thu Jun 11, 2009 3:40 pm

Oh, and just a little work on a new, low poly model. Ford Cougar
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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby Rogue® » Thu Jun 11, 2009 7:45 pm

Here is a little work on my Rogue Paramount Coupe

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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby Rogue® » Fri Jun 12, 2009 8:24 am

Well, here is another small bit of work. I was chatting to the creator of the website http://www.ponysite.de, a Mustang news website, about the Mustang Milano and the Ford Visos. He requested a couple of models from me, one being a modified Visos which looks more like a Capri. I have started the changes but I don't think it’ll look too much like a production model. It just has a few minor changes so far but I will be changing most of the front and a little more of the rear.
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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby FioranoJC » Fri Jun 12, 2009 9:03 am

The Rogue Paramount Coupe looks really neat. Altough I think that the wheels are a bit too big compared to the car. I guess it's somehow of a small car in real life.
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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby Rogue® » Fri Jun 12, 2009 12:38 pm

Thanks Jordey

Well here is the finished model :D

Introducing the limited edition Rogue Paramount Coupé. 100 hand built Coupés would be rolled out of the Rogue Classics factory in Britain from the 6th month of 2009 to the end of 2010. Rogue Automotive is targeting the rally scene with this model; reminiscent of the time when the Escort was leading the way in rally. The Rogue Paramount Coupé would feature either a 210hp 2 litre V4 or a 260hp 3 litre straight 6. They would be fitted with a 4 or 5 speed manual gear box respectively. Rear wheel drive, fully independent suspension and all-round disc brakes are just some of the sporting features. The source of inspiration for the model is the older Ford Cortina and Taunus, just some of the better looking cars of their time. There is also a recessed on board navigation display which can be moved into position. I do hope you like this model; I have spent more time on it than I can measure
http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/ ... 5380d820df
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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby •BTM » Fri Jun 12, 2009 2:45 pm

Rogue® wrote:...The Rogue Paramount Coupé would feature either a 210hp 2 litre V4 or a 260hp 3 litre straight 6. They would be fitted with a 4 or 5 speed manual gear box respectively. Rear wheel drive, fully independent suspension and all-round disc brakes are just some of the sporting features.

What about safety features? :lol:
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... Just joking. ;)


... More seriously though, you did a really awesome job! It's extremely detailed too!! :ecstatic:
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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby BLANK » Fri Jun 12, 2009 6:02 pm

sigh...

Couldn't log on for a few days (blame the damned cookies) but happy to see what's going on now. I like the Visos' rear; looks production ready.

I really love the Paramount. I actually like how you added a port for the vent before the bonnet. Of all the people in the warehouse, no one has applied more emphasis on such things than you.

*clap*

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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby modelhead » Fri Jun 12, 2009 6:11 pm

I like the Visos' rear;

Stop looking at her bum!! :D

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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby BLANK » Fri Jun 12, 2009 11:25 pm

modelhead wrote:Stop looking at her bum!!

Awsum models Rogue!!


Men are men, can't sue me for that. :D

Rogue® wrote:I have started the changes but I don't think it’ll look too much like a production model.


One way to make a concept car into a production car is to make it crap and ugly. Get rid of those posh vents, simplify the lower front intake and shrink the wheel wells.
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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby Rogue® » Sat Jun 13, 2009 11:09 am

Sorry I missed so much. I was having log-in problems too.

Thanks for all the comments, although, the first modd of my car being a destroyed car is kind of disappointing :D


I have taken you production techniques into consideration Shams and have already started deleting all the cool bits ;)

Here are some more pictures:
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Rogue Paramount Coupé R4 front.jpg

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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby Rogue® » Sat Jun 13, 2009 4:19 pm

Just putting it out there...It's just an idea
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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby JaViXP » Sat Jun 13, 2009 6:18 pm

Awesome idea! :bounce:
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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby Rogue® » Sun Jun 14, 2009 3:35 pm

Well, here is another model request by Wolfgang; it's a modern Mustang Milano, based on my Cobra GT S.

Feedback!!!
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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby BLANK » Sun Jun 14, 2009 3:44 pm

Cool! I like the idea of a modern Milano. It'll interesting to see the no-headlight look.
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Re: Rogue's W.I.P's!

Postby JaViXP » Sun Jun 14, 2009 3:57 pm

Good work Ben, brilliant modeling.
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