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Discussion in 'Photo and Video Lab' started by DarkSky, Jun 15, 2016.

  1. DarkSky

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    I have had Photoshop for a few years now and have been steadily improving to the point where I feel comfortable sharing some of my ideas with you guys. Keep in mind, these are far from perfect, but it is always nice to imagine new vehicles.

    Mazda CX-3 based Dodge
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    I have a few more that I will post when I get time later. If anyone has any ideas about vehicles they'd like to see, hit me up!
     
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    Fiat Toro-based Jeep truck. Saw that a few Toros were driving around the US, so I imagined it as a Jeep. JeepComanche2.jpg
     
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    The Jeep Toro is a good idea. I'd like to see it produced.

    I was thinking about the hangdog look of the 1972 and 1973 Imperial front end. I was wondering what it might look like if the turn signal lenses were turned upside-down. Not sure it would help much, unless the chrome surrounding them wasn't so heavy. The '69-'71 Imperials looked much better in front. Anyway, you might apply your creativity to the '72 Imperial and see what happens.
     
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    [​IMG]
    It's a little rough, I haven't really worked on an older car like this before. These lights do look better upside down!
     
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    Here's an updated Chrysler 200 I made. I tried to fix some of its weak points such as "bland" styling, cramped rear access, and low back seat room. The car is slightly longer and taller overall with a 300-inspired front fascia. For the record, I actually love the styling of the current 200.
    c200small.jpg
     
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    Jeep Renegade Overland. More chrome and body color lower cladding. Based it on the Trailhawk because an Overland should be Trail Rated in my opinion.
    overlandsmall.jpg
     
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    Since the Wagoneer/Compass picture from another thread was considered very close to the final product, I decided to have a little fun and render all the trim levels of Jeep's new SUV. I'm not very happy with how the wheels on some of these turned out, but it at least gives you an idea of what the future Wagoneer/Compass lineup may look like.

    WagoneerSport2.jpg
    WagoneerLatitude2.jpg
    WagoneerLimited2.jpg
    WagoneerTrailhawk2.jpg
    overlandwagoneer2.jpg
     
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    I completely agree. A minor change is a major improvement.
     
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    This looks like an original chrysler, not every other car on the road.
     
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    Good work, keep it up. - Nice to see this forum being used.
     
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    Looks better than what they have now.
     
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    Nice nice job on the 200! I like your front end better than the real one, but I think the 200's problem wasn't with the front end. I believe it was with the completely, totally, 100% generic profile. I would much rather have seen a more 300-like profile/silhouette, which would have addressed 2 of the 200's ills. One, it would have been distinctive in the segment and, two, it would have allowed for more rear seat room which, I believe, was one of the big complaints against the car. But... nobody asked me.
     
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    2018 Challenger, drawing inspiration from the '73 Challenger and the current Charger.
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    I like it, but again wonder how it would look if you turned the headlights (along with the connecting trim) upside-down. I think that would be closer to the '73 Challenger. Regardless, you're definitely exhibiting some creativity.
     
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    challengerredo.jpg
    It is closer to the '73, but a bit too Mustangish for my taste. Thank you though, I find it very interesting to imagine possible future vehicle designs.
     
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    Mopar would do well to use either of them. Maybe the Mustang copied the look, but it originated with the late '40s Oldsmobiles and Hudsons.
     
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    @DarkSky good work! Any chance you could do something with the 500L?
     

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