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ashinyobject

Chevy Unconformity

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Kind of neat ofr a city car but too boxy. Your rims look a little SUPER-profile. Keep posintg. B)

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That's some high-quality sketching there...adding the figure really helps put the car's size into perspective. One of the thing they always tell us with our projects are to put scaled objects like people in the drawing. As for the design, very futuristic. The front looks good, but I'm not sure if I'm really feeling that thin piece of sheet metal that runs from the B-pillar to the rear. It just doesn't make much sense as it cuts down on visibility. Otherwise, like Sixty8 said, it would make a good urban people mover for Chevy. Definately keep posting!

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