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eldo revision 3

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that thing is so retro that it physically pains me to look at it...

besides that... um... did you get placement ideas from mariobro? seperate your views man... i can barely make anything out in that mess

PS... make the grill bigger and try to think more along the lines of a larger XLR... this thing looks to me like... an 80s lincoln mark plus a 70s Eldo with some A&S headlights... translation: awkward

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Actually from the side profile, the nose area reminds me of the 90's series of Monte Carlo that I loved.

Yea I would love to get a seperate view of both images so I could see it better. The grill needs to be a bit bigger, say 25% or so.

Nice job, keep working it. :D

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This topic reminds me of a CTS coupe I drew a couple years back...

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MR D., your concept's decklid is far too long for a moden car (and it probably couldn't open, either). Slope the C pillar back about 6-9 inches at the bottom. Leave the top where it is.

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This topic reminds me of a CTS coupe I drew a couple years back...

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MR D., your concept's decklid is far too long for a moden car (and it probably couldn't open, either).  Slope the C pillar back about 6-9 inches at the bottom.  Leave the top where it is.

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nice little drawig there :yes: ...I see what your sayin bout my drawing too,,, :thumbsup:

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