Toyota Celica, Blast From The Past

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    Toyota Celica, Blast From The Past

    Retro Inspired (not really), resembles late 60's early 70's celica.

    Key Features

    I-4 and V6 PowerPlants

    RWD

    Seats 5

    Under $17,000

    Here. Enjoy.

    BTW, I shrunk it, so the picture's a little grainy.








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    Re: Toyota Celica, Blast From The Past

    All your drawings look similar. Your perspective is definitely off.

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    Re: Toyota Celica, Blast From The Past

    Quote Originally Posted by Peugeot_206
    at this stage, you should not be using vanishing points for the front end, its too complicated and distorts the perspective. Its unreal too, have you ever seen a car look like what you have drawn from that perspective? atleast until you get some more practice, i recommend you make all your lines in the front parallel, its much easier, and more real that way IMO. Also, you get more freedom of designing than with vanishing points (i.e put everything and anything where ever you want, just have a ruler handy to line everything up.)

    also try adding some more detail to your drawings before you post them, like headlight lights. then go over the whole thing with a dark pencil.

    thats my two cents.

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    Re: Toyota Celica, Blast From The Past

    I feel A lot better...........

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    Re: Toyota Celica, Blast From The Past

    i'm not too good at perspective either, so what i do is a front, rear, and side view, sometimes i'll even do an overhead view. you can get your idea onto paper easier this way and it would be easier for others to see what you're trying to get across.

    -camaroman22

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    Re: Toyota Celica, Blast From The Past

    Quote Originally Posted by Peugeot_206
    I feel A lot better...........
    LOL!

    It's all constructive criticism. Apply it and become better!

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