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:
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)
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!
Originally Posted by swizzle
If Audi can get away with relying on FWD architectures then the Continental is OK not being RWD.
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.