First I'd like to say thanks for stopping by. About this Zonda model, It is the Zonda F, I made this model about a year ago in early 2006 I think, for the life of me I really do not remember, but I do know that I made it just after it had been released for marketing, so there werent many images on the internet. So there are a few, actually a lot of inaccurate details about the model(not things that are missing.) But overall being a Zonda fan myself, I got through most of it and overall it does look like a Zonda. This model here doesnt contain any interior or the original wheels. Was created using the Add points technique and no blueprints as there werent any at the time or atleast none of the acutal car and just fan made. Most of the car was made using ref images of both the F and the C12.
Created in Cinema 4D R9, though it will work in R8 as well, but there won't be any materials attached. If you want materials and are using either R7 or R8, please feel free to email me with the email provided below, Thogh the mesh will be higher poly than the one in the R9 version. The Lighting included is made of two lights in a Null object, to manipulate the light, just rotate the Null object by its Heading axis, you'll see what I mean, or you can just add your own, which I know you will.
The price for this model is $10 USD, even though my mates keep telling me to sell it for $95 USD. Note to the buyers: ENJOY! and the download file is a .rar archive which will need a tool like WinRAR to open up.
its in there somewhere, including the year old WIP's as well.
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