For post, I used After Effects and some third party plugins like Optical Flare. I decided to keep my layers very straight forward and simple, and divided the comp into four stages. The first one had basic passes comped together, with the addition of some gradient maps for generating some color effects (Fig.15).
The second stage had some more detailing in terms of the color correction of the individual parts of the car. I also added another pass, which was for the headlights' lighting. Flare was also introduced at this stage (Fig.16).
For the third stage, I added noise and a vibrant color effect that I liked. It looked like a VFX shot to me, so I kept it and continued on to post (Fig.17).
For the fourth stage, the chromatic aberration was added and nothing more special than that (Fig.18).
(ID: 204408, pid: 0) Benjamin on Fri, 28 June 2013 1:26am you you have a download of the place please i i just modelled a RC car.
(ID: 192752, pid: 0) Ahmet on Wed, 17 April 2013 11:46am I admired your work, I trying about Maya but I'm bad for lighting.And I can't merge pictures I took from different channels..I looked your tutorial(car..), Could you send me detail of your works, because the letters on the picture are not readable... My e-posta : email@example.com
(ID: 192159, pid: 0) Jawad on Sat, 13 April 2013 6:50pm very nice work and yes thanks for sharing the tutorials too.
(ID: 178085, pid: 0) Adeel on Fri, 25 January 2013 4:46am Excellent work. Thank you so much for sharing this tutorial. I see you have a very big lighting setup, are all those lights really necessary?