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Old 02-20-2010, 04:34 PM
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Old 02-20-2010, 06:34 PM
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Good, but I the quallity of your shop isn't as great as it could be (it is good but it can be better). That are the details. And if that's the only thing I complain about, than I can say you're a good shopper and makes good shops.
Your lines for example the doorline isn't great. Because your line is too thin.
And your rear shop are the line off the rear door too black. You need to take the colour of the original lines and make a new one, than its more realistic. and you don't make a line where (on a real car) isn't a line. If you do that little thing you're shop are way more realistic and have much more quallity
And the shadow can you make longer by the cloontool and than it's more realistic.

So keep it up. But the rest is a good shop but only that little thing.

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Old 02-22-2010, 11:18 PM
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I remember the Rabbit pickup from the '80s!

if there is ever a Malibu El Camino, VW could have your Caddy ready. interesting matchup of fwd pickups!
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If crossovers can become the replacement for "lifestyle" SUVs then people who drive pickups as "lifestyle" vehicles (i.e. precious little real hauling) could have a crossover pickup.
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