Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Brake Rotor and Axle Nut [Download]

I could not find any stock looking generic brake rotors that I liked, so I decided to make my own. None of them had a modeled backside, and many were just flat cylinders. You may have seen the axle nut used in other cars I have made; I think I made it for the BN Sports FD3S RX7, but I'm not certain. I made it a year or two ago but I fixed some normals errors with it. The axle nut is visible when wheels do not have a center cap. This is often the case with racing wheels such as Work's Meister series. I am providing it for download so your cars and wheels can look more complete. If you use it, please credit me.

I modeled the inside and backside of the rotor

The axle nut is exposed

Follow the jump for more pictures and download
While modeling the backside of the rotor does not seem very important, it sometimes shows up in screenshots, and leads to a sort of unfinished look.

With the axle nut
Without the axle nut


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