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This is my first real attempt at designing both the front and rear of the same car. originally it was a new stingray based in the kappa platform but now its just a random sports car. anyways... tell me what you think!

 

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pretty nice...you have the general shape down packed. I personally hate drawing rear ends...but I just havn't done it enough yet. It's just lacking detail, put in some shading, cladding, give its details some depth...you know. Otherwise, It's a great fresh clean slate, you just have to build off of it. Keep up the good work! Every drawing is better than the last.
 

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I like where you're going with it. I think it needs to be stretched out just a tad though... and more detail please!
 

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Pretty cool, I like the design quite a bit, the rear has a nice "Planted" look to it and the two drawings do look as if they are made to go together. I do have to agree with AR though, it does look a bit too squished (too high for its length) it would look nice stretched a bit. But overall: Nice.

heh, funny coming from me, the person who has a problem with vehicles that are too long, asking you to stretch your vehicle!:fall:

-Chase
 

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There are several errors, making it appear not to be the same car.
The area under the door where it meets the rear tire has an upkick in the front view, but not in the bottom one.
And the side windows are completely different. One is no bigger than the door, the other one is.

Keep it up though.
 

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firebird1324 said:
pretty nice...you have the general shape down packed. ...
I think you mean down 'pat'. Of course all this talk of front and rear ends can easily cause a Freudian slip :p:

Nice drawing anyway CC. I can't do that.
 
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