Chevrolet Biscayne MPV (full-size minivan)

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    The Chevrolet Biscayne MPV (multi-person vehicle) These are 2 versions I am working on. However, I'm not sure which direction is best yet. I intend to make them the same. The concept is a full-size based platform. As the name recalls, it is a family wagon with some flair. In this panaorama both versions are shown, they do not quite match yet, as I am not sure which one to go with on the side windows as of now. I replaced the previous 2 pictures with this 1, and I hope the quality will be better.THX.

    Last edited by MRDETROITMETAL; 03-11-2006 at 07:39 AM. Reason: To replace the previous pictures with one.

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    When I click on the picture (to see it full-size) it comes out to be really bad quality.
    I'll make a new sig. Later.
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    Asim, ...yeah your right, I will have to try another format and resize them smaller with more pixels. I will repost the 2 together and up the resoultion, maybe that will help. (?)

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    well....I reposted them as 1, and it looked like crap when I went to the link too. I dunno, I'm going to wait until I get my new computer online to post them again. Sorry, I will fix it. Somehow...let me try just posting the link without the thumbnails....maybe that is better.




    ....Oh, well I guess this is better. It is still not the same quality of resoultion in my computer, but as you see I started with 2 pictures, a Chevy Captiva & Chevy Impala sedan. So, tell me which is the way to go on the side windows & front fenders,(they will have seperate paint schemes) and what you all think in general of the concept. THX.
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    Is this concept outside the design parameters or what ?...it is not a true minivan as it is based on a "truck" or "fullsize" sedan platform ?...talk to me.

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    LOL...after FB's hummer/chevy cross...THIS is a lightweight. C'mon I really like this thing...what do you guys think of it?

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    Re: Chevrolet Biscayne MPV (full-size minivan)

    If you are going to do 2 angles of the same vehicle, it would be an excellent idea if the cars looked like each other. Yours don't.

    Also, the pictures are WAY too small.
    Also they are way too blurry.

    When you modify a picture, try NOT using the smudge tool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rex Raider
    If you are going to do 2 angles of the same vehicle, it would be an excellent idea if the cars looked like each other. Yours don't.

    Also, the pictures are WAY too small.
    Also they are way too blurry.

    When you modify a picture, try NOT using the smudge tool.

    I think the "blurry" thing is a posting problem. I cannot attach pictures directly anymore from my computer, the Manage Attachments appeared for one day and it did not work, now it is not there anymore ...???

    As far as the 2 looking the same, I am working on that, just not sure which way to go yet?...that's why I asked for comments. Talk to me, man...design wise allright. I will fix them & up the quality too. Just keep giv'in me a little advice as you are now...THX.

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    UHHH,...is this picture just to small to discern the design concept for you all ?
    It looks clear to me, as far as it goes and that is not anywhere near finished.

    I do not mind the comments to my unfinished posts here at all. If you can see a design, comment on it, if not tell me and I will do what I can to make it more clear to you. Your comments actually help to refine a design. These are just ideas, and apperently I have alot of them, (they are not my products per se), so please do not hold them against me. I tought this was an "open" fourm?

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    The vehicle looks great, but is too small compared to everyone else. Also IF you enlarge the picture, I hope it doesn't come out to be a blurry mess.
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    I have found a better resoultion picture, that needs very little, actually no smudge work at all to express this design concept. I am going to use it instead of the two as posted here. It is "truck" based, and definately a minivan style. Altough is not quite as "car" smooth of a design, as these are, the same elements are there, it combines these pictures with the GMC Minivan size as posted on my "ideas" thread. It should be ready to post soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rex Raider
    If you are going to do 2 angles of the same vehicle, it would be an excellent idea if the cars looked like each other. Yours don't.
    I think they do. Maybe I'm not seeing it b/c the pics are so small.

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    One picture has A,B,C and D pillars.
    The other one has A,B,C and the C is barely visible, while it is thick as "D".
    One picture has a 2-tone paint job with a red seperator line. The other does not.
    Wheel wells are different too

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    I can see what your getting at, stick with the back view

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    Re: Chevrolet Biscayne MPV (full-size minivan)

    It looks good, only thing is that the rear wheels are a bit too far forward.

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