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Blake Noble

El Camino 4 Redux

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Sketched this out during a ten minute period of time this afternoon. And since it is me revisiting an old sketch, I thought I would try to pay a little homage to my old "render-type" style as well.

I hope you will enjoy it, K.C.! :AH-HA_wink:

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I also got bored tonight and attempted to start a render. Eh ... -_-

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Edited by YellowJacket894

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Oops! Forgot to show you what this was based on. :smilewide:

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It's an old, old sketch from 2006.

Edited by YellowJacket894

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Decent, but I like the original.

Like in most of your recent drawings, the rear wheel seems like it's set way too far in the rear and drawn way too narrow and small. I understand perspective, but this is a bit extreme. If you draw the wheels at that perspective, apply it to the rest of the car. And that would include shortening the wheelbase quite a bit.

Also, trucks and utes need their rear wheel set as close to the middle of the bed as possible to balance the weight of a potential load.

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No other comments? C'mon guys. I am starting to feel like I might have posted something on the level of MDM here.

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Something like that would work well as a GMC because it looks more trucklike, but as far as an El Camino, the original is kick ass!

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uh,....no to both. Gimme an Avalanche, & keep my El Camino a 2 door ...Please !!!

What happened to thinking radically, ah? :smilewide:

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Perspective of the rear wheels is reeeaaally off. Not to mention, it being back so far really messes with the proportions, as well.

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