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    2007 Chevy Apache Concept



    The wrap-around rear window returns!

    Enjoy!

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    Re: 2007 Chevy Apache Concept

    you're on to something great, finish it up.

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    I love the wrap around! Needs a bumper in the front though. Great start! Please continue working on this.

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    Re: 2007 Chevy Apache Concept

    good start, now finish it

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    It reminds me of the F-150, with its tall bed sides. Looks nice.
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    Re: 2007 Chevy Apache Concept

    Now that is really nice. I love the body detail with, I don't know how to explain it, but where the crease is that travels around the outer edge of the whole truck. It reminds me of the classic cars and trucks. You should try a front view also!

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    Re: 2007 Chevy Apache Concept

    Nice start. keep it going.

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    Nice idea! definitley has potential
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    Re: 2007 Chevy Apache Concept

    Love the idea of a wrap around window...great start.

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    The front-view didn't turn out so hot. It'll be fixed.


    Here's a revised rear-view.

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    I think the front is cool.

    BTW, if you dont mind me asking, what pencil do you use?

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    Very cool! Very tough looking and I like the little bit of retro in it. Good job!

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    Re: 2007 Chevy Apache Concept

    Mr. "I Was Saying Boo-Urns:" I use a plain old PaperMate Clear Point mechanical pencil with 0.5 mm. lead. I prefer a 0.5 mm. lead to a 0.7 because it gives clean, sharp lines and smears less. I'll sometimes use a No. 2 Berol Black Warror for shading, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toronadoGT
    Mr. "I Was Saying Boo-Urns:" I use a plain old PaperMate Clear Point mechanical pencil with 0.5 mm. lead. I prefer a 0.5 mm. lead to a 0.7 because it gives clean, sharp lines and smears less. I'll sometimes use a No. 2 Berol Black Warror for shading, too.
    Hey thats what i use, but im looking for alternatives. Your style makes it look like you're using a professional grade pencil or something. Personally, i use 0.5mm for the design, and when its final, i go over it with a 0.7mm.

    I use a regula Dixon HB pencil for shading.

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    Re: 2007 Chevy Apache Concept

    The main thing I'd change is the lack of front overhang- it doesn't look that sturdy, especially near the bottom. But otherwise very nice.
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