CSC3: PRELIMINARIES PART 2
Wow, for sure it would be prestigious for Daito to get their car designed by an Italian design Studio!
The overall car is well made, it looks very Italian. There is an attention to detail, but it would probably need a bit more, especially on the side plastics.
The rear is ok for the company, but the front isn’t really what I’m looking for. It’s not really bad (and tbh it looks cool), but it’s not the style researched for the Alissa, it’s too much of an european look.
The Berelli won’t go for the round 2, but I would be glad if they design or revisit another Daito!
That’s with this kind of car I can say details are the key to look realistic! there is so much small details, look at the wheel arches!
And over looking realisitc, it looks really good, you have your round 2 pass!
I’m ambarassed to say that again but when I see it and can’t unsee right angle everywhere…
Other than that, the overall car needs more details, most on the front. The headlights looks very long and thin, without 300zx-ish pop up style, that sounds a bit meh to me.
There is also some weird things all over the car, like the 2 grills on the botom of the front bumper, and the 2 grills uder the rear blinkers. They look out of place to me.
The first thing I can say on this one is you missed the badge rule (rear and side). But it doesn’t really matter.
To be honest, this car is good. At least on the right way. It’s good, but I feel like it’s unfinished. As always, for me, the right details in the right places is the key.
And this one has a very good base to make a nice design. There is so much details to do on an automation car, the best advice I can give it to look at a real car of the era, and try to remake the small details you can observe.
And here’s the last one!
First, I have to admit that the fixtures are well placed/sized, even if the front is a bit simple, it’s well made, the car feels realistic at all. The only details who hurts me are the high door handle and the exhaust placement.
The problem isn’t the quality of your work, but the design itself.
The design is good…But not for the Alissa unfortunately. It doesn’t inspire me an iconic japanese sportscar, but more of an high production econobox or some low-powered coupé.
Anyway, I salute your attention to details with the plastics bars all around the car!
I just realised that I don’t have @titleguy1 and @Oldenways entries in my mailbox!
Sorry to notify you so late, but if you forgot you can send it now, I’ll take a look on your cars and add them to the first round.
Well, until I recieve a response from Titleguy and Oldenways, the finalist for now are:
Edit: If I forgot someone, let me know!