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Old 11-24-2011, 07:09 PM
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I've been trying to hold back on posting my models, since comments on them seem to be nil, but I have been lacking content for the past few months or so. Some of the pictures are older (from an other forum) and some of the builds are slightly different; but the design is roughly continuous.


Let's start from the bottom and work our way up.

A-segment car that would compete with cars like the Montgomery Mio, VW UP and Chevy Spark - Aviva Pekoe







B-segment hatchback. Competition for the Gyro, Corsa, Fit, Fiesta et, al








B-segment sedan; booting the hatchback would have been a lot of work, and all my attempts looked terrible. So I took an earlier save state of the hatchback, and worked with it until I got this:





(my favorite angle)


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I also made this cheap sedan for developing markets like Brazil, China and India (although I had Brazil and south America especially in mind; possible name - Kenosha, New Ituva or Eayshim)






I tried morphing it into a hatchback without remodeling the doors. Not sure how successful it is. From some angles it's OK, others it reads strangely

I tried morphing the sedan into a hatchback without remodeling parts (rear doors), not sure how it turned out. Some angles it looks OK, others it reads strange.






There's a C-segment sedan (new Allegro)






Lastly, there's a FR coupe. Not much work done on it at all.







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Old 11-24-2011, 08:21 PM
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You are getting a lot better, the A segment and coupe have fantastic proportions.
Have never worked with Blender before so not sure how the surfacing works but it still looks quite ill defined, but improving (rapidly)
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Yeah, blender is a bit backwards and weak in comparison to Maya or Alias, but it gets the job done. I'm wondering if maybe I should go to school for ID or something.
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Old 11-24-2011, 10:48 PM
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Wow 206, you have really improved! I am really digging your rear ends in the B-segment and C-segment, 2 great looking cars! Keep it up dude.

I am also going to start with Industrial Design, and then take it from there.
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Old 11-28-2011, 12:41 AM
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Thanks! I really appreciate it guys.


The C-segment is one of my favorites....shame people keep ignoring it.
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Old 11-28-2011, 03:38 AM
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Y'know what, your designs have MASSIVE potential when you perfect your skills - the details are there to make some superb looking vehicles that would certainly win awards somewhere! My fave would have to be the B-Seg hatch though, it has all the right creases in the right places and the proportions are nice and aggressive!
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Brilliant!

The B-Segment Sedan is an interesting piece of design. The rear window kind of harks back to 50's Americana.

You're really improving A LOT. Makes me want to try harder with my own renderings.
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Old 11-29-2011, 11:14 PM
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Wow, that's alot to take in at once 2o6!

They all look great. I believe this is the first time we've seen your models fully rendered?

My favorite is probably the A-segment hatch. Great proportions; I love the taillamps. BTW, the Mio is B-segment in size and targeted at Brazil and China, so it would actually be a direct rival for your cheap sedan. Montgomery's city car is the Iota, which hasn't been changed since 2005; I'm currently working on a redesign. There's also a production version of the Dot concept coming.
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Old 11-30-2011, 06:53 AM
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Looking forward to the new Montgomeries......thanks for the comments!


I've actually done a little work in the past few days:

Been working on a small SUV passively for the past couple hours.



About the size of an original Rav-4, or the Nissan Juke. Think raised, chunky Fiesta with AWD.



Should I continue? I will have to look at it again tomorrow when my eyes can actually see what is up with the design.







C-segment gets a slightly restyled rear fascia, more in line with the RWD coupe




B-segment gets a similar rear treatment


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