It's too conventional for me.
Very clean design burnsy, well executed! I for one also like the highbeltline...it does look good on minivans...designers need to take more risks designing minivans, otherwise they aren't accomplishing anything new and stylish. This, this is new and stylish. Good job!
(just for nit-pickiness, i would have put some more perspective inside the wheels, you just kinda stopped with the spokes...but if that's your style, dont let me tell you what to do.)
1991 Pontiac Firebird (5.7)
1993 Chevy Caprice Classic Wagon (5.7)
1976 Cadillac DeVille (8.2)
1985 Yamaha QT50 Moped (.05)
Hasta la Victoria Siempre!
updated with shading
not bad at all
thanksOriginally Posted by firebird1324
i hope the new shaded one fixes the wheels perspective problem, but overall, im just not good at rims and what goes behind them, so i leave them alone.
Pre-1990's these were called station wagons. What goes around comes around.
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Hmm.. it reminds me of a Mercedes CLS for some reason... and while I like individual sections - headlights, beltline, roofline, tail end, nose - together, for some reason, it's not coming together for me.
But you're drawing skills are really comin along! Keep it up!!
2016 Audi A3
My Succession of Cars:
1997 Accord Special Edition > 2003 G35 Sedan > 2004 GTO 5.7 > 1991 Buick Park Avenue (debt free!) > 2006 Charger RT > 1995 Pontiac Grand Am V6 (debt free!) > 2005 QSM GTO M6 > 2006 Mercury Milan Premier (debt free!) > 2016 Audi A3
this is easily one of the best looking entries! way to go!
June 9 2010: I saw the new Buick Regal...and it was beautiful
I would not feel out of style riding in that!
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