Corsica, My best yet!

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    Re: Corsica, My best yet!

    A little rough, but you get the Idea.

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    Re: Corsica, My best yet!

    what's a corsica? like an aveo? sorry, but thats a bit goofy looking, and there's no b-pillar.

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    Re: Corsica, My best yet!

    Sorry, but that looks like crap..

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    Re: Corsica, My best yet!

    It looks like your other ones.

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    Re: Corsica, My best yet!

    Thats sure looks ugly.
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    Re: Corsica, My best yet!

    Keep working at it man! Your front and rear end a little abruptly, but you are clearly trying to be daring, and you're almost there. I actually have a soft spot for the old Corsica. Extend the nose and tail, and make sure the side windows and doors flow properly.
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    Re: Corsica, My best yet!

    heres a tip, try to keep these lines more parallel.

    they should all come together somewhere in the distance but from this view they should be pretty much parallel. the front is OK but the line for the rear of the car is off, making the car look twisted. keep practicing!

    PS your already really good with rims! keep it up!

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