2008 Mazda7

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmunds:Inside Line
    We have just received the press release equipmement of the new Mazda 7 and also the first official image revealing the whole car. The car is spectacular just about everywhere and the front hints the Kabura Concept shown not too long ago. This is the long-awaited North America-only replacement of the MPV minivan albeit Mazda strongly insists of this as a crossover. Mazda will debut this at the 2007 NAIAS which is just at the front of our doorstep.

    This took me about 45 minutes and the car is going through a slalom course. I did this on the 31st of December. Please C+C.

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    i think u can do better
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    Can you elaborate on it because this is what, my third drawing that I posted here on GMI. I don't think you saw a lot of my abilities yet. Homework, etc. all pressure the quality (life is hard as a grade 7 guy).

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    So wait, how old are you? If you're grade 7 ie: 13 or so this is very very good. I do think that the roof line is a bit low and the rear wheel is out of sync with the rest of the car. Good Job!

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    Not too bad. Good technique and it's very original.

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    I'm 12 now turning 13 on the 10th of this month. Yes, the rear wheel messes it up. I did this right before the countdown began so I was a little tired. I'm in the process of creating my first car and the company itself of mine. It's called Veloce, pronounced ve-LO-chay. Sort of like Dolce. That's all.

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    I think you should fix up the windshield, looks too round..
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    This was done for shading practice mainly so any comments on the shading? The windshield was a mess too. Overall, the sketch was horrible.

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    You draw a lot better than I do but I'll never understand the fascination with extremely low roofs. It's almost as if you'd have to bend over to drive it.

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    It's not that I have a fascination for it. I just draw like that. I'm sure an extra millimetre of lining will change your opinion. I'm not a fan of them myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaymanS
    Can you elaborate on it because this is what, my third drawing that I posted here on GMI. I don't think you saw a lot of my abilities yet. Homework, etc. all pressure the quality (life is hard as a grade 7 guy).
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
    Just wait. I am a senior in high school and getting ready to head off to Clemson University next fall. Lemme tell ya... this whole living at home thing... it's the easiest we're ever gonna have it. Live it up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by freebird4x4
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
    Just wait. I am a senior in high school and getting ready to head off to Clemson University next fall. Lemme tell ya... this whole living at home thing... it's the easiest we're ever gonna have it. Live it up!

    Ahhhh, the days of living at home, paying no rent, having no car payment, leaching off mom and dad.......those were the days!!!! Oh wait..... that WAS today ..... Dude's STAY AT HOME AS LONG AS POSSIBLE!!!! I know living at home seems kinda loserish (especially if you are almost 24) but seriously, living at home rocks.

    I know that was off comment, but good pic dude!

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    good sketch for ANY age...

    yellow arc on the window is kinda weird.. what is that?

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    i like the sliding rear doors, but about the shading, excellent...except the yellow ring on the windshield is a bit odd.

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