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    Buick GNX

    heres a GNX i did recently. tell me what you think.



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    Re: Buick GNX

    Woah! that GNX looks AWESOME! Great job Camaro ChriSS!

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    Re: Buick GNX

    thanks speed fever! im pretty happy with it myself.

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    Re: Buick GNX

    Looks a lot like 350, IMO. Good drawing though.

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    Re: Buick GNX

    i see the 350Z in it, pretty similar shape, although i didnt have that in mind when i did it.

    actually i think a GNX like that would be nice competitor for the Z.

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    Re: Buick GNX

    Quote Originally Posted by camaro chris
    i see the 350Z in it, pretty similar shape, although i didnt have that in mind when i did it.

    actually i think a GNX like that would be nice competitor for the Z.
    Competitor!?!? More like 350Z KILLER!

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    Re: Buick GNX

    ass-end is kinda soft, but sweet up front

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    Re: Buick GNX

    Quote Originally Posted by SpeedFever
    Competitor!?!? More like 350Z KILLER!
    o yeah baby!!!!!

    and yeah the rear is a little soft. maybe it could use a spoiler or somthing




    and btw speedfever.... i love the abercrmbie thing in your sig! so true!!!

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    You know its true!
    And if MTV decided that breathing wasnt cool, the other 50% of the teenage population would suffocate within 24 hrs.

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    Re: Buick GNX

    The lines are a little soft, the wheels need a lot of work, the over all line quality also should be looked at. The perspective isn't bad though; did you use a photo reference for this?

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    Re: Buick GNX

    Quote Originally Posted by geronimo66
    The lines are a little soft, the wheels need a lot of work, the over all line quality also should be looked at. The perspective isn't bad though; did you use a photo reference for this?

    actually i did look at an old chevelle pic in a magazine layin around when i did the overall shape. i have an updated version of this in the monthly contest.

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    High belt and shoulder lines are reminiscent of the DCX LX cars. Hmm ... GNX = 300 SRT-8 killer?
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