that thing looks mean! it would sell no matter what price it was! great work!
Great skill as usual, but I don't like it one bit.
Not as a GN. Not as anything really.
Is it a one passenger?
it's certainly outside the box. Maybe would have been a good if this was another 2050 contest.
Yeah, nice drawing, but that as a GN? Please kill me.Originally Posted by Rex Raider
I knew this would "rock-the-apple-cart" but you guys need some shakin' up as to what a "car" can be! Rex, you drive a car the size of a golf cart, pretty cool I might add, that was pretty revolutionary a few years back. Take time to see the forest for the trees. I have a more "conventional" one up my sleeve that I'll post later.
Wow, TorRed, for a second I wasn't sure which direction it was going! Looked like the Lexus from Minority Report then I realized I was looking at the back Another great drawing... would have been a good Prowler fighter. Keep up the excellent work.
It's nice to think outside the box, but the GN is not a Prowler.....
Save this one for another contest.
I like the three exhaust pipes/vents what-have-you on the side of the hood. Nice tough, suggesting a six cylinder.
Wow! Did you ever sleep?
The only problem is that is to much futuristic, but otherwise: great job!
First thing I thouth of when saw it was the Prowler. Its ok,but definetly not a Grand National.
It's a nice drawing but it is not my cup of tea. I do like some of the details on their own.
Everything but the front, and not as a GN. Love outside the box actually, but aesthetics are aesthetics and the front is just way too cluttered. Also, outside the box is great for some contests, but re-interpretting is a touchy subject. Nice drawing as always.
I like this "Out of the box" idea. It may not work as a GN but it sure is a sweet design! Great job TorRed!
Hmmm...Reminds me of the Gillet Vertigo. It's not really GNX-y, but it's compelling, I'll give it that.
Originally Posted by TorRed
TorRed ... I REALLY want to see you do a modern muscle-car, more brick like. A Chevelle or GTO to Ford's latest Mustang. Pull in some retro. These cute little roundy jobs are well-executed, but I wouldn't line one up to the Ford at a stop-light.
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