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  • 12-03-2006, 07:48 PM
    FBODYRULES

    Re: Hummer H7

    Quote Originally Posted by I-Love-Pontiac
    I like the idea. It's almost like an escalade and H2 put into one.... which is somthing I would like to see.

    Someone took the front end of an escalade and put it on an H2 and it worked really well. It made me wish there was somthing like it in hummer's line up.
    I saw a black one (H2 with escalade front) in LOWRIDER MAGAZINE and it actually looked better than an escalade, and had extra chrome all round.
  • 12-02-2006, 02:26 PM
    I-Love-Pontiac

    Re: Hummer H7

    I like the idea. It's almost like an escalade and H2 put into one.... which is somthing I would like to see.

    Someone took the front end of an escalade and put it on an H2 and it worked really well. It made me wish there was somthing like it in hummer's line up.
  • 11-27-2006, 06:13 PM
    likearock00

    Re: Hummer H7

    That hood screams Chrysler.
  • 11-27-2006, 06:05 PM
    cadillacpimpin

    Re: Hummer H7

    i like the original. it would cool if that was a custom job. dropped to the ground like that. looks like it can go fast 4 some reason.
  • 11-25-2006, 09:47 AM
    camaro_freak

    Re: Hummer H7

    not bad... better than your other drawings for sure

    The perspective is pretty good but a bit off and Peugot has his stuff right. Use thinner lines in your final drawing. If you want to maybe sketchout what you want, then use tracing paper to go over the vehicle to make your final "sheetmetal"

    I do that sometimes if the drawing becomes too messy.



    here are a few suggestions I did in Photoshop real quick...

    1.) stretched the greenhouse as it was too squat
    2.) brought out the front end so it could hold the engine properly and not have it in the cabin
    3.) raised the ground clearance as suggested by Peugeot
    4.) in this angle you could probably see the farthest headlight and front fog lamp so I roughly set those in place.
    5.) I didn't fix this but the passenger side front is sagging down for some reason, you may want to try to draw the lines more straight to define the front
    6.) lastly your rims don't have any thickness.. the spokes go right into the tires... add another circle around them to give the depth the rim needs. Also don't fill in your wheels with color, you can't see the rim pattern.
  • 11-20-2006, 09:35 AM
    asim

    Re: Hummer H7

    Quote Originally Posted by Peugeot_206
    A Tip.

    Try using Pencil.

    Don't waver in your lines.

    Try to make them overall thinner.

    Designwise, the Idea isn't the newest, and ground clerance needs a lot of help.

    Try the tutorial here.
    http://speedanddesign.net/v-web/imag...c4806614f74e81
    Peugeot giving tips now, cool. =D

    Well at least he knows how it feels to be there and how to make it better! Peugeot has made lots of improvement since he has been here at GMI.
  • 11-18-2006, 02:25 PM
    Peugeot_206

    Re: Hummer H7

    A Tip.

    Try using Pencil.

    Don't waver in your lines.

    Try to make them overall thinner.

    Designwise, the Idea isn't the newest, and ground clerance needs a lot of help.

    Try the tutorial here.
    http://speedanddesign.net/v-web/imag...c4806614f74e81
  • 11-18-2006, 02:16 PM
    MarioBro88

    Hummer H7

    This is meant to go head-to-head with the Jeep Patriot.



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