Nice perspective on that one. That's too funny. I saw that book this past weekend at Barnes and Noble. There's some great stuff in there.
not bad, fix it up and you will have wut the monte carlo should have looked like
I was just about to say that. Good work chris.Originally Posted by LAChevy24
2000 Chevy Monte Carlo SS. Black, 3800 Series II V6, 4 speed automatic - 150,500km.
Like everyone else said, a little cleaning up and itll be perfect.
Great job Chris!
Your first car looks like a ten year old import sports car (I think it has something to do with the lights). In other words, I think it looks really good.
Excellent sketch guy!! Very good, now use that as an underlay and sketch a tighter version overtop of it.
Awesome Chris ya have gotten waaaayyyy better, great work.
thats for the postive comments guys!
the first car was a step by step in the book, and the second was my own design with the same technique. and TorRed, i will get a tighter version out as soon as i get to that part in the book, right now its teaching how to make underlays.
Work in the wheel ellipse, you should be drawing from the shoulder. Lock your wrist and let the motion from your shoulder create the lines. This will help you create better flowing lines.
Originally Posted by geronimo66
thanks for the tip! i could never figure out why mine never looked that good.
You are improving. :] That first drawing has Metro headlights though ;]
"I cannot wait for the new fad to come along, one that doesn't involve making respectable looking cars look as though they were parked nearby when the plastic factory exploded."
Why can't I see anybody's pictures
dude, I came back to GMI. I love your new style. Very, very improved. You have got some awesome talent. I really like the second one. It somehow reminds me of that Monte Carlo V8 concept from about 10 yrs ago. Very, very nice. It's RWD right?
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