I really like the edgy lines and yet you still softened the look with subtle cures as well. Beautiful!
Cool, its looks like a SLR McLaren fighter!!
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It reminds me of a SWB Sixteen. Me likey a lot! I really like seeing those initial sketches and then the finished product. Thanks for posting it! You did a great job, toronadoGT.
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Wow! I love it.
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i was just thinking thatOriginally Posted by FightingChance
you are definately right about that angle, i hate it when drawings arent at the right angle, great job....now... if we only could get gm to produce such a beauty.
toronadoGT, That is AWESOME! You have every right to be "uppity"!
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license plate reads "bad ass" lol, i love it!
Originally Posted by suburbanfoo
Hmm..I didn't see that.
Pretty unrealistic roofline but that thing does look bad to the bone. Make the side mirror more of a flush fit that flows with the body and raise the roof to a doable height and you have a winner. It would make a great Eldorado or CTS coupe. Super talented!!
that thing is awsome, would love to see a front view, if you got the time
dude thats a hard angle to draw. nice work!!! I'd be darn proud of myself too.
Originally Posted by big swede
I think the roofline would work, you'd just need fairly reclined seating. It would take some getting used to, but I don't doubt that it would work very well.
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