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    Brain Driven Concept Car

    Hi
    Long time lurker small time poster
    Felt like it was time to show something


    heres something that im workin on, would appreciate some good crit if u feel like it,, need fresh eyes .
    on design and rendering.
    Initial form was based on brainwaves, just went on from there.

    cheers







    thanks alot

    Last edited by MilkHero; February 7th, 2005 at 10:01 PM.
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    sweet work dude, lovin the green one, keep it up

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    The second and third one look like a crocs head, especially with the steam or smoke eminating from it. Cool stuff

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    AGAH!

    those are intense... so pure and streamlined.....

    id buy a car lack that it i could afford it

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    thanks for the replies,im still workin on it in the aim that i will make a 3d model and then mill it.

    keep looking

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    how do the passangers get in?
    is there a camera in the front/back in the car to see anything?
    what kind of engine does it have?
    if used on bumpy streets/ground, how can the suspension absorb the shocks?
    this concept really looks good to me, i simply wonder how it'd be if it were used in reality
    keep up the good work

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    thanks for the replies,
    Erzengel, how do they get in, ahh you'll have to wait and see, as for ground clearance, i dont really worry about that sort of thing, think of this as a pre concept car, then you would take inspiration from this to build your concept car, and then to production. Thanks for looking.

    Am workin on animation that explains all, here is a concept painting with 3d model of old guy.


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    Wow! Way to go milk! I hadn't even seen this when you posted on my work. I'm honored lol. I hope to get into adding color and backgrounds as you have but alas, i'm still working on the 2500 price tag for the 18inch Wacom Cintiq and also however much Painter costs ... i'm hoping to find places with student discounts. Anyway, your work is great man. Very original, inspirational and I would very much like to see more. The smoke is awesome, it adds amazing attitude and character to the vehicle, it almost seems alive. I'm also really loving the doors on the above piece with the directional arrows. I picture them, as a whole, sliding out horizontally over the car to allow entry? If so I think it's awesome! Keep it up!

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    I love these!
    Quote Originally Posted by MilkHero

    So much style and elegance! Forget the rest of them, these are the ones you need to develop.

    Are you doing ID or transport? These are really sweet drawings, as an ID student I'm extremely jealous.

    Research shows Industrial Design of the Week is addictive.
    Come get your fix.

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    Unhappy

    hey guys,
    thanks for the replies,
    Somnio, u dont need that cintiq thing i use A6 wacom i got from ebay for £40 and sometimes A4 when im at college, do it renegade style.

    Flip, yeah i love those ones too, but i had to evolve as it didnt work in the clay, but your right they have something the others dont, i will try and put that "something" back. Yeah im a Vehicle student, we are the most hated in our college, but im on the edge of reality so maybe they dont mind me so much.

    ill put more stuff up when ive done it,

    thanks again for looking
    edit, hate posting and not leaving a link or pic,


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    Great design, but i would love to see some old style...em..i dont know the english word for it, just look



    (i know, very bad overpaint ^^)

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    this one has the best representation.. could use some cleaning up but I like this above all others..



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    am still plugging away






    again any crit greatly recieved.

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    another storyboard


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    thanks for the replies,im still workin on it in the aim that i will make a 3d model and then mill it.

    keep looking[/QUOTE]

    quite cool looking chrome shading work man!!

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    Fantastic!
    The third one reminds me of a portable cd player...it's the best one and I can totally see that design being intergrated 30 years from now.
    Great imagination all around!

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