Contest #32: Results and discussion!

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    Contest #32: Results and discussion!

    Probably the closest contest we've ever had!

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    With only a 1 point victory, the winner with 43 points is letter K! Botsapper


    Second place is a TIE! With 42 Pts:
    Neb5 (letter A)


    and Rex Raider: (letter G)


    Congrats to the winners!
    Thanks for voting!

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    Re: Contest #32: Results and discussion!

    congrats botsapper, i thought yours looked so real

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    Re: Contest #32: Results and discussion!

    Thanks for voting everyone!

    I liked K a lot, but where is the driver? That's the one thing that ruined it for me.
    And there seems like there is something wrong with the wheels.
    Botsapper: Are the front and rear wheel the same? Simply reversed and rotated?

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    Re: Contest #32: Results and discussion!

    Quote Originally Posted by Rex Raider
    Thanks for voting everyone!

    I liked K a lot, but where is the driver? That's the one thing that ruined it for me.
    And there seems like there is something wrong with the wheels.
    Botsapper: Are the front and rear wheel the same? Simply reversed and rotated?

    wow sharp eye rex! i didnt pick up on the lack of a driver the first time.

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    Re: Contest #32: Results and discussion!

    Congrats to the winners, driver maybe it;s the future and it's being remote controlled. LOL J/K Great job everyone.

    Joe

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    Re: Contest #32: Results and discussion!

    Thanks everyone!

    I've only been here a short while and I swear you could tell who are the real company designers, trick restylists, meticulous PS technicians and the enthusiatic future designer-bees.
    I will try to keep up and have fun with such metal sculptures and make em alive and dynamic. With much scrutineering, I was able to doodle a little PS time in between my paying jobs (under a second window). The one that took the most time was 'library' browsing. Lets keep up the creativity and fun level.

    As for Rex and the other aficionados, special thanks for giving us designer wannabees a cool forum. As for 'K', I agreed it may have looked 'off' because of the headless profile but most DTM sedan seating configurations are moved back from its original pinnings for a lowered and balanced CG point, some at the B pilllar and some even behind it, as seen on the 'headless' DTM parade lap example. For technical correctness I chose the headless profile too for the Saab wagon that had a short B pillar distance to the A pillar. As for the red hot brakes, they came from a Murcielago, the front one was horiz flipped for the rear to get the correct caliper location, with a little more time I could have tweaked the shadow & highlight orientation, lets have fun with it anyway.

    Vatten och Eld = Water & Fire

    Til the next one.
    Last edited by botsapper; 02-21-2005 at 11:04 AM.

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    Re: Contest #32: Results and discussion!

    Wow, after zero points last week, I decided to KISS (keep it simple stupid) and
    got a tie for second. We should all thank Rex for running a good show.

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