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    Buick Terreza

    Well, asim, this one is for you.
    It's a different angle by just a tish, just enough that it was out of my comfort range, but oh well...i guess it didn't turn out horribly.
    Better than lot's of my other stuff too, i think.
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    Re: Buick Terreza

    Nicely done!

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    Re: Buick Terreza

    Quote Originally Posted by 01cavalier
    Nicely done!
    (don't worry 01 cavalier, I don't think you're stupid, I was just agreeing)

    I really like the grille that you put on there, as well as the headlights.

    Nice job

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    Re: Buick Terreza

    same flavor with a little more zing
    nicely done

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    Re: Buick Terreza

    One word......... cartoon. were not drawing hot wheels

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    Re: Buick Terreza

    Who cares if it is cartoony! Who says we cant draw like hotwheels! Firebird1324 has a great idea there and it looks good. Good job!

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    Re: Buick Terreza

    Quote Originally Posted by Gibson0852
    One word......... cartoon. were not drawing hot wheels
    Well Gibson, not trying to sound like a smart a$$, but yours and mine drawing styles seem to be very similar.
    I'm by far still a begginer when it comes to drawing cars, and i do apologize if my cars seem cartoonish, but when i get an idea of a design, this is the only way i know how to put it on paper. I try to get better with each i design i make...

    Plus, I really am a better cartoonist than i am car designer, perhaps it spills into my cars a bit too much than i would like it too.
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    Re: Buick Terreza

    *sobs* no! Not another Buick minivan! None the less, good drawing... based off your Saturn and Chevy design I see...
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    Re: Buick Terreza

    OK, dude here's the deal.....the cartoon nature of drawing is the nature of drawing with just a pencil & paper, it is inherent...forget about it.

    The DESIGN is what matters. You have a style, that's OK....now push past your "comfort range"....and use your mind to tell your hands what to do...you got the skills. TRY a different perspective, but imagine it in your mind before you draw it. JMO. A new front end on the same drawing does not make it new.

    YOU can do this, VISUALIZE the design.... and then just draw what you see in your mind. I can hardly wait to see the results, I know they will be impressive. Just do not worry about the results, look at all the s**t I take here,..no big thang ! Go for it. It is called "CREATIVITY".

    GO TO WORK. The more you think about it and the less you draw the better,... again, JMO. I think you know exactly what I am saying here.
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