Reference as an attachment. (WIP)
almost 2 years ago
может передний диск сделать аналогично заднему?
I love it! The rear passenger wheel looks strange/different. Does not fit.
WOW that is nice!
i don't know how you are doing things like this, its amazing!
Ah yes, the Grand Cherokee SRT8. This is one badass Jeep — and an equally badass illustration. I do agree with @Curtis Sharp about the back wheel, though.
As a huge sucker for SUVs my hand just went straight to the like button without even looking at the details. Although I also agree with @Curtis Sharp and @Jon Stapp about the rear wheel and maybe the front right headlights, both need more love.
Now do the Range Rover Sport, Cadillac Escalade or Lincoln Navigator, just for the practice ;)
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic I wouldn't say that I'm a sucker for SUVs, although I have previously owned a Ford Explorer, and I do currently drive a Jeep Liberty (it's my fiancée's — she wrecked my '08 VW R32). I also have a fascination with the late-'90s Land Rover Discovery, but in all honesty, I'm much more of a fan of fast sport hatches and Euro-sedans. But when I first saw the SRT8, I was like "OMG, WTF was THAT?!?!" Especially in black. That thing looks so aggressive and killer.
I dream about black Range Rover, it can be the 'common' one or the ones slightly touched by Overfinch or Kahn, I don't care :) But if you're interested check the 2012 GC SRT8 at the Jeep's website, I think they finally succesed in balancing the exterior and the interior of the car, smokin hot!
@Gal Yuri see what you did here man!! A lot of passion going on and you just woke it up with your hot post :)
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic Blech. The interior is really awesome, but they went and changed the body style wayyyyyy too much. It lost a lot of its angular aggressiveness and now looks too bubbly. The one depicted in Gal's illustration is the jam, baby.
It does look bubbly on pics but trust you me, when you see it live you'll change your mind. It seems even more heavy and powerfull, my jaw can confirm that :)
As a fellow Jeep GC owner, I like this!
Thank you guys for the informative and interesting commentary:)
So amazing! Are you using a vector brush here to get the parallel lines?
over 1 year ago
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