New Chevy Trailblazer and Variants

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    2.8 Liter Turbocharged V6 amark329's Avatar
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    Here is my idea of the new Trailblazer! I am working on the Envoy, Rainier, and 9-7x.

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    Very cool, your drawing skills are improving greatly. I like the rear fender flares.

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    Great drawing, and as giagastormer said, your skills are improving! To me it looks like an SRX and HHR combined. Good job!

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    Sorry about the quality of it I am unable to resize it. I'm waiting for my Photoshop CS back.

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    OK I downloaded Paint Shop Pro to hold me over until I get it back. Here it is resized:

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    Very well done, I really like it.

    Amark, If you want something resized email it to me, I would be more than happy to resize it for you.

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    I really like this design, you are definitely getting better. I like the interesting shape in the rear behind the B pillar.
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    Overall, the styling would be an improvement over the bland current Trailblazer, but for God's sakes, does it really have to be "rollin' on 22s?" I mean, those rubber bands could not possibly hold up off-road, could they?

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    I don't mean to direct this to you cave troll but when I post a design I'm looking for the overall appearance of the body the wheels aren't my biggest priority so can we comment on the designs from now on. I will do my best to improve my wheels but until then can we just look at the design. I mean all tires are the same and you know what they'd look like in real life. I get a lot of comments on tires not my designs.

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    I'm not asking for beautiful wheels or anything, but it's just really distracting to me when I see a mid-sized SUV, that could conceivably be used off-road, with rediculously huge wheels and lo-pro tires. I did comment on your design, saying that it would be an improvement ove the current TrailBlazer bodylines. Everybody has been telling you how much your designs have improved lately, and they're right. I just think you could definitely improve your thought process on your wheel/tire size, too.

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    Keep the good work up! I like it...

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    i like the overall shape, love the windows/rear doors. and i'm a big fan of huge wheels. only thing i could say is front end porportions look off, and front wheels need to be moved forward.

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