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Something Im working on

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I am working on rendering a Chevrolet Malibu Coupe.

I wanted a little feedback.

Here are two very rough proposals:

Version 1 has a Cobalt-like greenhouse, with fixed B-pillars and the sedans rearend.

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Version 2 uses the Pontiac G6 Convertible roofline, with a modified rear end.

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Work on #2 has progressed a bit further, as its more realistic in relation to the G6 vert/coupe.

I have some other ideas, but just want to hear what you guys think so far. :thumbsup:

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Guest YellowJacket894   
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The greenhouse stretches for five miles on version one. Version two is swoopy and sexy ... but it's missing something I can't put a finger on.

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!!!TED!!!    3

Version two is swoopy and sexy ... but it's missing something I can't put a finger on.

Thats what Im thinking too.

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Cory Wolfe    263

Both don't look all that great to me. The first one needs greenhouse work and perhaps a shortening. The second one looks mismatched and odd.

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NOS2006    11

I prefer Version 2. Version 1 one look better if the car were RWD and you could set the windshield back further and turn the greenhouse into a fastback style with the rear window stretching to near the edge of the trunk. However, it's FWD, and the G6 greenhouse looks great with the modified rear end.

I hope to see this one soon..

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Turbojett    103

Well, this is a Malibu afterall, so I think a more upright rear roofline would make sense.

Think rear seat headroom.

True, but the G6 coupe doesn't exactly follow that same axiom. It's a coupe, the headroom is bound to be a little tight as is, I'm sure, the case with the Solara and the Acorn.

I like #2 the best, but it definetly needs quite a bit more work done to the greenhouse area.

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