Is it that bad?
I don't like it. It looks like a sub compact.
Tahoe LT, that is because I lowered the bumper and fender to give it a more lowered appearence. The length and height ought to be still pretty close to the old Tracker.
well as I said on your other chop, I can't even tell what brand of model this is supposed to be.
You've got your proportions and drawing down great but you need to crank up the details.. headlights, grills, wheels, etc to make it look like the brand you are going for. This car looks like it could be any make right now from the early 90s. Besides the words "TRACKER" on the side, nothing tells me right away this is a Chevy.
hope this helps
Thanks, I will remeber this. Look forward to better details on my future chops.
+1Originally Posted by camaro_freak
I'd also have to say it is WAY to boxy for anything but an off-roader these days. It almost out-boxes H2's and H3's.
And is that underbody glow?
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yeah, supposed to be( hahaha )
i see a rear door handle, but no rear door...
Forgot to outline that part. Its there.
It looks like a Euro-subcompact that is too tall riding on trailer tires.
Whenever I'm doing photoshops of cars, I always, ALWAYS, use big tires. I'm not talking 30" DUBS, but I use a wheel that is in proportion to the size of the car.
You want to fill out the wheel wells, to give it that aggressive stance, and a filled out look. Why do you think that all concept cars have bigger wheels than their production counterparts. Its all about the look. You don't want to see tiny wheels on a design sketch.
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