looks pretty good, but i'm distracted by the super-fake tree.
the tree above the bed, while real, is really cut & pasted from the tree in front of the truck. it has a sharp outline around where it was selected.
its also got some sharp transitions where it meets the trees on either side.
i know, i'm being uber picky, and this is a design competition and not a background competition. but the darned thing is jumping right out at me. sorry. maybe if you copied the ends of the branches from the donor tree, or if i just quit complaining about an otherwise well-executed chop of hte truck.
you did a awesome job on that, but I do not care for it. I have been waiting for a Hummer pick-up for years (H3T) but I just do not care for it, I dont know if its the bed or the ext. cab or what, but it just dosent look right to me. But really good job on the chop anyway!
Very, very nice chop. My only suggestion is make the wheels smaller.
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that is reallllly cool. i like it more then the H3t concept
Give it some more noticable bed top covers, like some dark plastic that matches the rest of the trim that goes around the top edges of the bed. Have it overlap the bed sides just a little bit so you can tell its there. Or even some black or chrome bed rails that go from end to end..itd give it a more realistic look IMO. But over all, nice work, looks like a vehicle that is directed for function...which is something that needs to occur more often in the Hummer division.
I like it... good start!
Just move the fuel filler ahead of the rear axle, it'll help fill that blank area and be more realistic.
Good chop, I like.
However it doesn't look like a long bed. It looks to have a standard bed or a shortbed. Make the bed longer & also make it a crew cab. The rear passenger ext. cab doors look small & it seems that it would be might cramped in the ext. cab part of it for teen to adult passengers.
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okOriginally Posted by prova275
yeah, when i said longbed i just meant like normal, as opposed to the H2t's tiny bed. the only reason that rear door's there is because the truck looks boring without it and i tried making it longer but that too was goofy looking.Originally Posted by LeSabre
nice, but the grass....
im so kidding. excellent work.
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