Hmm..I kind of like the second one. Keep working, I think you're on to something..
Overall they're both decent chops, you missed a couple spots, most noticeably around the headlights. As well, the lower fascia needs to go, the twin scoops just looks ugly, it doesn't suit the round flowing bits that make up the rest of the car.
Nice chops overall, keep up the good work.
Beaitifully done! Are these based off of a Maxima or Altima photo?
The headlights make it worse. Maybe try Lincoln LS lights? The lower fascia, though, does look better, but get rid of that ricey intercooler. The coupe conversion doesn't look too bad.
How about making it into a modern GNX??? The intercooler would be relocated under the hoodscoop (ala Subaru WRX) and maybe you could black-chrome the wheels.
An idea I had, but don't have Photoshop to develop on, is to give all Buick performance models a RED ring around the triple-shields. Try it, I think it'll work.
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in the third one, the headlights make it worse, but the i like this bumper much better then the first. they are from bmw, right?
First cars bumper immediately reminded me of a BMW. But it looks sharp on that car none the less.
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1997 Accord Special Edition > 2003 G35 Sedan > 2004 GTO 5.7 > 1991 Buick Park Avenue (debt free!) > 2006 Charger RT > 1995 Pontiac Grand Am V6 (debt free!) > 2005 QSM GTO M6 > 2006 Mercury Milan Premier (debt free!) > 2016 Audi A3
Nearly - the bumper originates from AC Schnitzer's E90 3-series bodykit.Originally Posted by LAChevy24
AC Schnitzer tune BMW/MINI motor vehicles. I think they do bikes aswell, which would be sweeeet......
what a ballar car. this is what buick needs in its lineup. great job man, keep it up
the lastest one is not bad, and are those skyline headlights?
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