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Old 04-02-2014, 05:17 PM
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Hopefully this section didn't up and die. To add content, here's a model I made a short while ago. It started out at a RWD Looking small exectutive car, then I realized I had the proportions all wrong and the styling is far more conservative than I usually do


Instead, here's a Chinese/Eastern Europe market compact sedan thingy


Very alpha but you get the gist


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Old 04-02-2014, 05:50 PM
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Looks a lot like the new Lada (or Skoda)
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Old 04-03-2014, 04:23 AM
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The slightly drooping side character line gives it an elegant look, though I think the waistline kicks up too much in comparison. Also, the A-pillar is thicker at the base than at the top, was that intentional?
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Old 04-04-2014, 12:21 PM
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I actually love the way the waistline and character line tend apart towards the rear. One of the most interesting and appealing silhouettes of any current compact saloon. The only fault is the A-pillar which SV mentioned in his comment. I'd like to see more detailed views of the front and back.
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Old 04-04-2014, 07:32 PM
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I actually love the way the waistline and character line tend apart towards the rear. One of the most interesting and appealing silhouettes of any current compact saloon. The only fault is the A-pillar which SV mentioned in his comment. I'd like to see more detailed views of the front and back.
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The slightly drooping side character line gives it an elegant look, though I think the waistline kicks up too much in comparison. Also, the A-pillar is thicker at the base than at the top, was that intentional?
Oh crap, I never really noticed the A-pillar.

This entire model started out as a paint shader test, when I couldn't get the proportions for a RWD 3-series fighter right, so I kind of abandon it and used it as a test to see how I could render paint/brightwork/glass/lights better....not a heck of a lot of detail on the front and rear facias, aside from a basic outlined shape of a headlight and grille and rear lamps as well.


The drooping and ascending beltline is intentional; I thought the car was simply far too boring without some side surfacing/surface interplay to mix it up.
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Old 04-09-2014, 07:46 PM
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...Also, the A-pillar is thicker at the base than at the top, was that intentional?
between the little black plastic triangles (or mostly-useless glass triangles) in front of the front doors
and the wide black edging on many windshields,
I just thought 2o6's A-pillars were a more honest way of dealing with current (safety-mandated?) effectively-thick designs
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Old 05-03-2014, 07:17 PM
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Another thing I came up with when I was in class.


More of Chinese-Market half midized thingy, like Hyundai Mistra, or Honda C-Rider


Chinese-market half-midsized thingy








Never realized how dark my photos are rendered until I look at other monitors with less brightness and contrast.

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