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    Alpha GTI

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    that is the back end of a dodge challenger
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    My honest opinion would be that it needs work. Perspective's not correct, color looks a little Crayola-ish. Keep working it though.

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    almost as bad as your chops

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    Quote Originally Posted by 092326001
    almost as bad as your chops
    YO man... Show me a chop from Ur self then... Lets see if ur so much better...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 092326001
    almost as bad as your chops
    That's a bit harsh. I'd say this is pretty good, save for a couple perspective/odd angle issues.
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    I don't think it's bad either. Wrong forum, yes, but not bad.

    The front gives the appearance of being tilted down slightly, letting the viewer see the top of the hood, and the rest appears to be tilted up slightly, hiding the top from the viewer. While perspective would do this, there's not height between the hood and the top of the car to justify this, second the wheels do it too. It's only slightly too, so it's not horrible!

    For the design concept thoug, I think it's pretty nice! I might change the rear headlight design a little, maybe give it more of a double triangle shape instead of a rectangle, because it does look a bit like the new american musclecar styling, which i don't think is real appropriate for an Alpha. I like the height of the rear though, and I do like the front and side designs, they're pretty nice.
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    What's the point in mixing an Alfa Romeo front with a Challenger rear? Oh well..
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    the sharp / boxy rear makes the design really odd, but front looks cool.

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    The flat rear end sorta reminds me of a mclaren f1 (which i dont really like... sorry if that offends anyone) Try a higher res pic with more detail...
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    THX...In did rush it a bit to my determent in order to meet a deadline & the rear view is a bit catywampus, the perspetive is going the wrong way !...but I had no more time. The front perspective is however correct, those are actually the compound curves I had intended to get, with a very low pointed nose & high rear deck to eliminate the need for spoliers or wings.

    My Idea was to combine a Alpha look (front) with a Dertroit Muscle Car look in one ( Mustang not Challenger btw)...I think I got that part down pretty good. Alpha Inspiration car was from the late 60's Alpha GT coupe & the Giulia 1600.
    Last edited by MRDETROITMETAL; 12-28-2006 at 12:17 AM.

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    yeow, this is one hell of a concept !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MRDETROITMETAL
    THX...In did rush it a bit to my determent in order to meet a deadline & the rear view is a bit catywampus, the perspetive is going the wrong way !...but I had no more time. The front perspective is however correct, those are actually the compound curves I had intended to get, with a very low pointed nose & high rear deck to eliminate the need for spoliers or wings.

    My Idea was to combine a Alpha look (front) with a Dertroit Muscle Car look in one ( Mustang not Challenger btw)...I think I got that part down pretty good. Alpha Inspiration car was from the late 60's Alpha GT coupe & the Giulia 1600.
    I've never heard of this Alpha. From where do they come?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt
    I've never heard of this Alpha. From where do they come?
    They have supiciously similar names to a manufacturer based in Milan...
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