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Old 11th March 2004, 11:04   #16
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Old 11th March 2004, 11:50   #17
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Oh thats nice, when did u get to Rhode Is School?? are you doing your masters or bachelors..this friend of mine starting working in the boston area..infact i was just speaking with him and he was saying he plans to start there this fall..also can you post the 355 pic again..and btw whats your major? industrial design too?

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oh never mind, i had not refreshed my page for a long time, u have posted the pic already..thanx..

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Old 11th March 2004, 12:20   #19
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Hey Nishant theres some design courses in Canada as well. Why dont u try to find out more?
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The sketches are really great. you should really consider going into Auto-Design. I like the side-profile for the SuperCar Concept but why don't you try reducing the height in it. If its just like that you might wanna consider not to arch it soo much in the centre cuz that makes it look tall. The others i like except the Limo which is just plain ugly proportioned. And also stick to one smashing set of wheels which can then become the mark of your brand of car . (Like Lamborghini) Also try to be a bit more modernized and design futuristic cars since if you do go for Auto-Motor design you will finsih around 2006-2008 when cars won't be so bland
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Old 11th March 2004, 13:06   #21
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Hey C4S,

yeah, im doing my bachelors in Industrial Design...
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wow. u really too good stratos. my fav are the SUV and the Techna.
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Old 11th March 2004, 16:08   #23
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Hey Rehaan have you sketched that 355?? If yes I bow to you My Lord

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Nish, i'll keep it small and simple.......

Your perspectives are very good. You will have to take more care in making your cars look more balanced and proportionate.

You will also need to show some depth in your drawings. The 355 sketch for example isn't the best i've seen, but it pretty much explains my point.

Keep it up........

PS: The best way to be a better designer is to know and see what designers around the world have been upto. *

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Hey Nish keep sketching and keep posting. We'll always be there to supports you in your endeavors .. Great going

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Hey,

Dippy, haha.i wish!...no i havent done that rendering!! found it somewhere long ago.

Shan2nu, u are right, the 355 rendering is more about the feeling of the car than the exact looks, in that aspect it is great.

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ps - nishant...i heard some people talking abt car design in CCS today...center of creative studies? in detriot i think..chk it out.
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Cool for a moment I thought Rehaan you got into Pininfarina

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Old 12th March 2004, 18:15   #29
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The rear sucks but the front ain't bad. considering it was done in 30 minutes those 2 drawings
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welll... hey GR i had just typed zzzzzz... and there was nothing in my mind to offend u or anything like that... anyways.. i am sorry for the post!
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