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    Mitsubishi Eclipse 2006 (updated 27-2)

    My second project, after the Kia i did before.

    Well, this one took me quite some time, mostly because i just couldn't be satisfied with it. Still am not satisfied fully, but i don't feel like this one anymore, maybe i'll retry the parts i don't like again on a later date. For now it is done.
    Biggest point of irritation, the rear wing... This is the fourth one i drew for it but just can't seem to get a wing that fits perfectly... Skirts are a point i dislike too... Tried a vented hood, but decided it didn't work, made the car too busy.

    Well, here it is

    Original:


    Mine:


    Brushed everything basically, no outside material.
    Wheels are basically the originals, but i enlarged them, didnt just resize them as the heart of the wheel is still identical in size to the originals, resized the edge and remade the spokes from scratch to make them line up again.

    Overall, pretty pleased though, but not satisfied.

    Looks better as the original though, in my eyes



    //EDIT <posted in thread aswell, quick link here>
    27-2-2005 Final version:


    Link to final post:
    http://www.ultimatecarpage.com/forum...0&postcount=18
    Last edited by Defectiv; 02-27-2005 at 10:47 AM.
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    wow! the side vent looks great!

    grade: A

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    Real good work mate, i really like it. A very good chop
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    pic is tooooo big
    after ur 'brush' it looks virtual and smooth compare to the original pic which is all filled with noise and stuff
    resize and then chop
    or resize After chop

    and the edges along hte side u brushed, is a bit rough

    simple, but nice work

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    K, thanks for the comment
    I'll try that out tomorrow. Resize, see if the noise/clean is more balanced and fix it if it's not, good point

    Which side do you mean by the way, under the skirt or?
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    Wow. I really like that. I'd have to say thats one of the better chops I've seen. Good work.

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    you say u sprayed eveything onto the pic, that is truly amazing! one of the best ive ever seen...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Defectiv
    Which side do you mean by the way, under the skirt or?
    this part
    Last edited by illusionest; 10-09-2008 at 06:04 PM.

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    very nice illu, some of the parts need a bit more noise to them but it all looks good.

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    great chop. I love it...........very clean you did an awesome job. The side vent and front bodykit looks amazing
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    Quote Originally Posted by 85RX7
    very nice illu, some of the parts need a bit more noise to them but it all looks good.
    This isn't Illu's chop.
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    do want

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    lol yah
    this aint my chop
    credits goes to Defectiv

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    Nice work. Very clean. I hope to see more of your work.
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    Really gotta credit you on the fitting on those wheels, they look stock! Great chop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by illusionest
    this part
    Hmm, thanks, missed that, it's a bit too fat there indeed.
    I changed that part in the last minutes (it ran through to the back wheel arch before, but that didn't look right and had been bugging me since the beginning).

    Some things to fix then
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