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    I didn't feel like doing anymore Business Communications homework so I decided to start sketching something and an hour later I had a Cadillac Dealership. Just an idea as to what I think a Cadillac dealer should look like. Still a lot of work to do but just thought I'd post what I have so far and see what everyone thinks. Thanks for the comments



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    You taking summer classes? I know what you mean... I'm about tired of all of these Business courses... And I'm only a Junior this semester. Still have alot to go. ANYWAY... About the drawing, I love your idea for the dealership. The overall design is classy, yet clean. I like it alot!
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    It looks to have a 1920's -1930's Art Deco quality, a great foundation. I might suggest some bold modern colors to complement the traditional theme.
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    Re: Cadillac Dealership

    Quote Originally Posted by jldowdy View Post
    You taking summer classes? I know what you mean... I'm about tired of all of these Business courses... And I'm only a Junior this semester. Still have alot to go. ANYWAY... About the drawing, I love your idea for the dealership. The overall design is classy, yet clean. I like it alot!
    I wish I didn't have to but the program I'm in puts me in school during the spring/summer and working in a co-op (internship) fall/winter. :-/


    Thanks for the comments. I really think a Cadillac dealership should embody the past while mixing it with modern/futuristic design elements. The 20/30's vibe is what I was going for. Probs one of my favorite time periods just for all the extravagance and detailed designs in everything. When I get done all the detail work (stone/wood/metal/stucco) I will lean towards a modern/bold color palate to offset the classic touches.

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