WOW.....this is great, love the proportions and the clever way you used the plates....very original.
The over all design of the car looks very aggressive and the color is great to, congratulations. 5/5 !!!
Thank again for commenting.Always good to hear from u.The car streers very well in the cockpit but no H.O.G. here.As for the Veyron in route i cant wait to see it finished. Veyron seem to be a big buzz here so i better start planning 1 soon...(just in case theres a contest or something comming.
... that wasn't a euphemism, I really was putting the kids to bed ;). OK this looks so good. Excellent panelling and flexi work. The front wing and rear spoiler are really cool. I also really like the engine and exhaust detail. The different sized wheels give it a retro feel but the bodywork is really futuristic - Retroistic maybe ;). I am not sure if it steers but either way an excellent and visually stunning moc (as usual from you). I have only posted one moc with 'new' technic (a Bugatti Veyron) I used it as a test for a larger 1:10 version, I am still collecting the necessary pieces but hope to start it shortly.
Final decision was made considering both comments on tire size.Since big looked good and small more accurate i found the 1/2 n 1/2 would be just right.Ive blackened the rear silverstar wheel inserting a smaller black 1 as hub/rotor behind spokes.
That's very cool, so far! I think the size of the black wheels is better for this model. The others just look too big if you want a realistic look. The shaping is already very cool, I like your parts usage for the exhausts! Well done, so far! :-))
Hi :). Ok as you asked for it here is my feedback on the wheels ;) Maybe those wheels are technically too big. However I think it looks really cool and better than the smaller wheels. I can't tell you why but thats what I think. Hope that helps XD