Cobra-A Pro Street Bobber
By Dexter Woodard on
Product: Autodesk Inventor Professional
This was started once I finished the tutorials. Its been a long process. I am currently building this and it should be completed in four months. My wheels I call "Sublime"
(04-15-2009 - 02:14pm)
(01-12-2009 - 11:53am)
Yo... that is killer!!!
How did you do the 3-d rotate thing?
(12-21-2008 - 11:20pm)
hey cool work,,,need to work on texturing part
(11-19-2008 - 06:48pm)
nice design very welle your composition
(11-13-2008 - 12:56am)
Very nice Dexter!
(09-29-2008 - 12:56pm)
WOW!!! that bike is really hot man!! you're definatley really talented!! keep it up bro.
(05-03-2008 - 06:28pm)
This is a nice design!
(04-14-2008 - 01:59pm)
an awsome design! Great stuff! Love the details and the powerful and futuristic design!
Best wishes and good luck for the contest! Just for justness and the ego ;-)
(04-05-2008 - 04:48am)
Thanks, keep picking, wish i could jam with you,
(04-05-2008 - 02:03am)
good luck dexter- scott and colin (guitar players)
(03-31-2008 - 03:33pm)
Nice work. What a beauty!
(03-09-2008 - 03:00pm)
hey nice work i did a bit of inventor as well in my first year but Alias got the majority of my attention it is easy to learn once u put enough hours into it
(03-09-2008 - 05:11am)
About the cutaways, there are a few more methods to create them, especially if you don't want to render it, it shouldn't increase the file size that much. I'm eager to see whats inside, so if you gave it a try somehow, that'd be 5*. Thanx for your comment, but the bike is a hell lot more great than the gearbox :) Even if I'm modest, and say that the model comes from calc. Keep up the good work, I like the visual orgasm that comes when I see such high standard works of "art".
(03-08-2008 - 11:48am)
(03-07-2008 - 10:57pm)
thats a bad ass bike you got skills