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    Blue Devil Concept

    This is a one of my first few chops. Tell me what you think... I've included the original for comparison.
    Last edited by fspalt; 01-25-2006 at 10:51 PM.

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    Re: Blue Devil Concept

    Here's the original

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    Re: Blue Devil Concept

    pretty basic

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    Re: Blue Devil Concept

    Agreed, very little was done aside from color and roof... did you change anything else?
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    Re: Blue Devil Concept

    it is ok

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    Re: Blue Devil Concept

    Roof, Side Exhaust, Color is all i see. Good ideas, but this is no concept car.

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    Re: Blue Devil Concept

    Quote Originally Posted by 80ssportlover
    Roof, Side Exhaust, Color is all i see. Good ideas, but this is no concept car.
    I highly doubt they would ever give the car a side exhaust considering all the problems the Viper has with it. Gets too hot, and you cant even touch the sills.
    however, I think that your right in your ideas, because I expect little changes in apperance if the blue devil does become real.

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    Re: Blue Devil Concept

    i'm not impressed, tall people have trouble getting into the regular vette. i don't think side exhaust belongs on the corvette either.

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    Re: Blue Devil Concept

    Quote Originally Posted by forsbach427
    pretty basic
    That's the way everything starts. What program do you use, fspalt? Have you tried adobe?
    Quote Originally Posted by 80ssportlover
    Roof, Side Exhaust, Color is all i see.
    The mirror too, but I don't think it got much better.

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    Re: Blue Devil Concept

    cool thanks for the reponse guys. I just got photoshop and i'm exploring some of the possiblities. What would you guys suggest i add?

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    Re: Blue Devil Concept

    Quote Originally Posted by fspalt
    cool thanks for the reponse guys. I just got photoshop and i'm exploring some of the possiblities. What would you guys suggest i add?
    new body panels, more aggressive appearance, different taillights, rims, etc.

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    Re: Blue Devil Concept

    looks way meaner with that roofchop,
    if only there was some way of giving it that look without reducing interior space,
    maybe work the seats?

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    Re: Blue Devil Concept

    Ehh...not too much different. Try changing more things...and getting rid of that awful blue color.
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