Title Change! (sigh) Again.

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    Title Change! (sigh) Again.

    None of these will Be My final Entry, but Here's a Recap of the Ones I've showcased in this thread.



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    Re: The FF Hummer, Hummer H5

    Has a very Renault look to it. I like most of it. Not a fan of the front fender.

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    Re: The FF Hummer, Hummer H5

    that is cool

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    Re: The FF Hummer, Hummer H5

    JEEP messed up with their FWD models. Lets not let HUMMER do the same!

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    Re: The FF Hummer, Hummer H5

    i agree with carguy, dont sellout hummer and make them like jeep. i strongly reccomend re-evaluating the specs on your concept and changing the platform(and subsequentially, which wheels get the power).

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    Re: The FF Hummer, Hummer H5

    Quote Originally Posted by Rex Raider
    Has a very Renault look to it. I like most of it. Not a fan of the front fender.
    I agree it's very european and not enough beef for a baby hummer

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    Re: FF Hummer H6, Part two

    Update!

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    Re: FF Hummer H6, Part two

    eh, i think its a bit too tall.

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    Re: Back To The Lab Again.................

    Update!

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    Re: Back To The Lab Again.................

    The update is that there is no update? Lame.

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    Re: Curvy Hummer

    Update! (again)

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    Re: Curvy Hummer

    Windows and doors are severely messed up. You need to work on that. Rule of thumb: the windows must open, so the window should be smaller than the door that it fits into.

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    Re: Curvy Hummer

    looks good, i'm not a fan of the curves but it all looks good .

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    Re: Curvy Hummer

    im lovin the A pillar forward but not the back

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    Re: Curvy Hummer

    definately your best drawing so far, but you still need to work on your wheels and pay a bit more attention to your roofline.

    designwise, it looks really good, but i dont like the rear-window area very much.

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