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    Pontiac Sport Activity Vehicle

    yes, this is a remake of the doodle. i did a better job this time, but the doodle still looks nicer IMO.

    either way, it's supposed to be a sporty crossover for the young with active lifestyles. It can go offroad, and perform very well on road.

    i know that both of my ellipses are horribly off but look at whats above them instead



    i hope you like.

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    Yeah, thats a lot better than your original design. Good job man!
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    Re: Pontiac Sport Activity Vehicle

    I like it alot, both sketch and drawing are both good, I think though I lean overall towards the redrawing of the doodle. Perfect replacement for the Vibe, which, from what I hear, is 2nd least like vehicle to be stolen in all of America (compared w/ Escalade as #1 MOST likely... lol)
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    The front end -- and I know its hard because I've yet to master it myself -- is twisted. Instead of having the lines move toward a vanishing point off to the left they seem to be converging on the right side... if that makes sense?

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    Quote Originally Posted by freebird4x4
    The front end -- and I know its hard because I've yet to master it myself -- is twisted. Instead of having the lines move toward a vanishing point off to the left they seem to be converging on the right side... if that makes sense?
    as strange as it may sound, i dont use vanishing points, my lines in the front are all parallel to eachother.

    btw, are you talking about the second pic or the first one? the second one is just an overlay of a very rough doodle

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    i don't use vanishing points either, per say... but the imaginary lines created by coinciding reference points should converge at a vanishing point... that sounds even more confusing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by freebird4x4
    i don't use vanishing points either, per say... but the imaginary lines created by coinciding reference points should converge at a vanishing point... that sounds even more confusing...
    yes it does.

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    Re: Pontiac Sport Activity Vehicle

    Looks aggressive, I like it!

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    Re: Pontiac Sport Activity Vehicle

    That is definitely one of my favorite designs that I have seen on GMI.

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