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Old 24-01-2008, 01:18 PM   #1
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Old 24-01-2008, 01:55 PM   #2
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Cool man, materials so good. keeping it up!


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Hi there,

Could you post up some wires? That would make it easier to give comments and crits.

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the rusty one is cool, thou i think that the rust is on places where it should rust at a later point, so i mean that, you should have the holes in the hood, have it without holes, and just place a layer with the car paint to ground paint to rust to holl.

But i don`t think you should have holes in the hood, on the edges is where the holes start first.

If somebody has more knowledge please do reply here, i could be wrong
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It looks like youve got quite a bit of pinching round the headlights, thats giving the odd look to the lighting, also the mesh, to me, could do with a bit of a clean up so that it flows better.
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the rusty one is cool, thou i think that the rust is on places where it should rust at a later point, so i mean that, you should have the holes in the hood, have it without holes, and just place a layer with the car paint to ground paint to rust to holl.

But i don`t think you should have holes in the hood, on the edges is where the holes start first.

If somebody has more knowledge please do reply here, i could be wrong
Thanks for the comments =)
Think you right! It probably look better without the holes!


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It looks like youve got quite a bit of pinching round the headlights, thats giving the odd look to the lighting, also the mesh, to me, could do with a bit of a clean up so that it flows better.
I will look into it =) thanks!
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