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Old 10-13-2013, 10:51 PM
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Default Experimentation with more delibrate surface interactions

These aren't Avivas, but there an experimenting with a luxury brand, called "Buracane"



The surface interactions are more delibrate, I took my time, and these aren't "happy accidents". I am getting a much better handle on Blender, which means that I am thinking more about proportion and stuff.


I can't wait to start school for Industrial Design this coming semester!


Small A3 sized FWD compact luxo hatchback






Audi TT competitor






Audi Q3 competitor


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Old 10-14-2013, 05:38 PM
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Great-looking cars.

The hatch at the top looks like something that Nissan or Honda should be building. It's distinctive but not too quirky, just as it should be.

I love the stance of the coupe in the middle. It looks like it's ready to pounce. Love it.

The SUV is probably my least favourite here. Not because it's not handsome (it is), but because I see a resemblance to some other cars - namely the Kia Sportage and Peugeot 2008. The other two cars are totally unique and novel. This one less so. Also, it looks a lot smaller than the Audi Q3, probably due to the big wheels in comparison to the body.

Two criticisms. 1) The grill looks waaaaaay too similar to Audi's grill, and the squareness of it contrasts with the lovely swoopy lines of the bodywork. 2) the pics are too dark and it's hard to make out some of the details. For the most part though, great work
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Old 10-17-2013, 07:55 AM
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The first hatchback has a very individual front. I like how aggressive it looks[ the front]. Continue using that styling element. The side definitely needs more work, though. It looks too melted and not deliberate.
The coupe is fantastic. No fussy details just soft surfacing. This one is worthwhile to continue refining.
Finally, the small crossover has a cool rear window and I find the front very curious [ would like to see it with more detail]. But like absurdform said, it's not near as individual as the other two, though that's not to say it doesn't look great.
Again, I love that "headlights in the grille" styling.
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Old 10-20-2013, 12:50 AM
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Great-looking cars.

The hatch at the top looks like something that Nissan or Honda should be building. It's distinctive but not too quirky, just as it should be.

I love the stance of the coupe in the middle. It looks like it's ready to pounce. Love it.

The SUV is probably my least favourite here. Not because it's not handsome (it is), but because I see a resemblance to some other cars - namely the Kia Sportage and Peugeot 2008. The other two cars are totally unique and novel. This one less so. Also, it looks a lot smaller than the Audi Q3, probably due to the big wheels in comparison to the body.

Two criticisms. 1) The grill looks waaaaaay too similar to Audi's grill, and the squareness of it contrasts with the lovely swoopy lines of the bodywork. 2) the pics are too dark and it's hard to make out some of the details. For the most part though, great work

Now that you've said Peugeot 2008, now I can't unsee it.


The grille is sort of a placeholder, mostly because I don't know what I want the front fascia to look like. Sorry about the darkness/low contrast; my computer screen is calibrated higher contrast/brighter; when I look at it on my phone I realize how dark it really is.


The Hatchback and Coupe are some of my favorites, glad you enjoy them.



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The first hatchback has a very individual front. I like how aggressive it looks[ the front]. Continue using that styling element. The side definitely needs more work, though. It looks too melted and not deliberate.
The coupe is fantastic. No fussy details just soft surfacing. This one is worthwhile to continue refining.
Finally, the small crossover has a cool rear window and I find the front very curious [ would like to see it with more detail]. But like absurdform said, it's not near as individual as the other two, though that's not to say it doesn't look great.
Again, I love that "headlights in the grille" styling.

Thanks. Yeah, the hatch is one of the first models of the series I made, so it is a bit haphazard.
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Old 10-20-2013, 12:54 AM
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Hmmn. No more comments?
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