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    quick montecarlo

    im slowly adopting firebird1324's habit of sketching in class. I did this in physics and polished it off when i got home. Its my idea of a new montecarlo.

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    Re: quick montecarlo

    it reminds me of the holden caprice, thats a clean car, nice drawing
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    Re: quick montecarlo

    Thats a "quick" sketch? Thats probably better than what I can do in my whole liefetime. lol
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    Re: quick montecarlo

    Definitely well drawn, though I think a Monte should have a somewhat longer hood and more defined trunk, looks more like a compact. I wish I had your drawing skills.

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    Re: quick montecarlo

    whos this firebird"1234" you keep mentioning? lol (1324...when i first joined here i didn't know i was to later become hooked on GMI...so i just put in some random numbers when creating a user name)
    nice drawing though...much more interesting than anything school has to offer eh?
    keep up the good work!

    (and yeah...chase's drawing is really taking alot of the vote cake, congrats to him and everyone else so far!)
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    Re: quick montecarlo

    Quote Originally Posted by firebird1324
    whos this firebird"1234" you keep mentioning? lol (1324...when i first joined here i didn't know i was to later become hooked on GMI...so i just put in some random numbers when creating a user name)
    nice drawing though...much more interesting than anything school has to offer eh?
    keep up the good work!

    (and yeah...chase's drawing is really taking alot of the vote cake, congrats to him and everyone else so far!)
    lol, sorry about the name, i guess when i saw the numbers 1, 3 and 4 in order i just assumed it was 1234 (i do that alot with numbers argh!)

    school is boring, i mean what do i care if the wooden beam is in "rotational equilibrium".
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    Re: quick montecarlo

    Quote Originally Posted by 01cavalier
    Definitely well drawn, though I think a Monte should have a somewhat longer hood and more defined trunk, looks more like a compact. I wish I had your drawing skills.
    the longer hood and trunk were clearly designed to make it look like a nascar, and unfortunately that seems to be the current car's only asset (why else would you pick one over, say, an accord coupe).

    i wanted this to be a modern well engineered vehicle that looked the part.

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    Sweet drawing!



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    Re: quick montecarlo

    Very nice, I definitely see the Monaro in it. I am not sure whether this Evanda-like front really fits in with the rest of the body, but still this might be the closest to the VE coupe as it gets.

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    Re: quick montecarlo

    Thats a nice monte. I would definately own one if they were made.

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    Re: quick montecarlo

    Very nice. I wish I could draw; then I wouldn't actually have to pay attention in class.

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    Re: quick montecarlo

    Sweet Monte. Looks alot better than the current one.

    Doesnt anyone think though that if the Camaro is brought out, the Monte dies?

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    Re: quick montecarlo

    Looks nice, but it could use the MC-like touches. Body lines and such.
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    Re: quick montecarlo

    awesome car/drawing, but seems a bit tame to be an MC, maybe a malibu?

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    Re: quick montecarlo

    Quote Originally Posted by Xeper
    Doesnt anyone think though that if the Camaro is brought out, the Monte dies?
    It shouldn't, the MC and Camaro are two completely different cars. Completely Different.
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