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    Lightbulb Chevy Cobalt Sedan

    Kind of rushed my self on the wheels, but, enjoy!



    Also, you'll see a Cobalt coupe, which will look nothing like the sedan, and a new Monte Carlo tommarow. I've scrapped my earlier outline, so who knows what you'll see.

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    Re: Chevy Cobalt Sedan

    Good. I like it.

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    Re: Chevy Cobalt Sedan

    Nice drawing, but how is that a Cobalt? Looks totally the wrong size and proportions.

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    Re: Chevy Cobalt Sedan

    Just thought; If you bring back the d pillar a bit, you have Chevy CLS! Crap, make it a buick rear end and call it a Grand National or something. It IS too big for Cobalt.

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    Re: Chevy Cobalt Sedan

    I see torreds style is finally trickling down. Good for you!

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    Re: Chevy Cobalt Sedan

    would made a kickass new impala

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    Re: Chevy Cobalt Sedan

    Quote Originally Posted by Bvonscott
    I see torreds style is finally trickling down. Good for you!
    Yeah, I used one of his sketches as a benchmark. Heh, everyone's being a b*tch about it C&G.

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    Re: Chevy Cobalt Sedan

    Actually you know Torreds "style" is a common look after you've studied or gone to design school. Look at FOOSE and other designers and you'll see small resemblences between them. In other words that's what the experts designs look like!

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    Re: Chevy Cobalt Sedan

    Quote Originally Posted by Bvonscott
    Actually you know Torreds "style" is a common look after you've studied or gone to design school. Look at FOOSE and other designers and you'll see small resemblences between them. In other words that's what the experts designs look like!
    HA! So I basicly got the skills for free by studying a sketch by someone with the education. No wonder some people are sore about it at C&G.

    BTW, the sketch I studied was a Corvair sedan he studied a year ago. Oh, and to prove I didn't take the lazy way out and trace it, here's a little something I did in photoshop. I basicly just looked the angle of his car and that's about it. When mine was finished, it ended up being not as large as his was. As for the shading, I've been doing that on sketches for quite awhile now. I've got the two-year old sketches to prove it.

    This Proves It!

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    Re: Chevy Cobalt Sedan

    love it...not sure about a cobalt tho...maybe a new car?

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