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matt41

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I tried saving this as a JPEG file, so if the quality stinks, i don't know why. Hopefully, I've improved since the Pontiac G7!

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Hmm, looks like a Malibu front end with SS Concept headlights and a nice body similar to that of the WTCC Ultra Concept. Nice job, I like it!

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We do not have a 52" LCD display. Reduce the size of the picture. I cannot even see it completely on the 24" monitor.

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We do not have a 52" LCD display. Reduce the size of the picture. I cannot even see it completely on the 24" monitor.

Some of us do! :P

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Some of us do! :P

What manufacturer makes a monitor with 52" Display sir?

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I'm running 1280x1024 resolution and I still have to scroll...

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No need to have a pencil sketch THAT big.

I like it though. Not bad.

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Nice, but you need to look at this tutorial, that you seem to ignore.

Done by Harv_E at Speedanddesign.net.

As you see, everthing is parallel, on a straight line.

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+1 for resize please, but it looks pretty good.

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What manufacturer makes a monitor with 52" Display sir?

You can hook up HD TVs to your comp and use them as your monitor if your computer has a DVI port...or an adapter that converts DVI to the older D-SUB, or if you have a TV out on your video card (S-video)

No need to have a pencil sketch THAT big.

I like it though. Not bad.

No doubt due to his scanner settings which he can adjust to scan them at a lower resolution (hint)

Nice, but you need to look at this tutorial, that you seem to ignore.

Done by Harv_E at Speedanddesign.net.

As you see, everthing is parallel, on a straight line.

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Pay attention to that tutorial! But much better than your older stuff.

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Much better than what you've done in the past, but your lines are still messy, choppy. Read up on that tutorial that the other guy posted.

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Well, at least people can't really make fun of you anymore for your sketches. Glad to see the improvement!

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Nice, but you need to look at this tutorial, that you seem to ignore.

Done by Harv_E at Speedanddesign.net.

As you see, everthing is parallel, on a straight line.

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I really hope you don't think that those lines are parallel, Peugeot_206. Perspective lines are by definition never parallel.

Perspective lines disappear at a point so far off the realm of your sketch that the don't seem to meet at a single point.

Parallel lines are what makes a car two dimensional. If it helps make a tiny rough sketch on the extreme side of a piece of paper and then draw your perspective lines as disappearing and then compare how you draw to how you think you need to draw.

Just a thought. You always seem to draw with the part of the car closest to the observer as on the left side of the page. Would you mind trying it on the right side to see if it helps?

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Nice, but you need to look at this tutorial, that you seem to ignore.

Done by Harv_E at Speedanddesign.net.

As you see, everthing is parallel, on a straight line.

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The only thing out of alignment is the bumper. Everything else is within reasonable proportion.

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Okay, you're uploading to Imageshack, so you can just select the "resize" box and put it to 800x600 or so.

Like the sketch/idea, but hate the name. Do another draft of it (clean up the bumper, use less sketchy lines) and you should put that in the Aveo contest, eh?

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The front bumper seems to get larger as it moves away from the eye. If you made the bottom line of the bumper correct that flaw in optics, it would be great.

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