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Ford Gt Wip
Ok this is probably my last post on the wip, i added the engine, mirrors and the intakes, also i desided that I didn't need the trunk, so please give me comments on the car, telling me what you think i need to rework, Thanks for visiting :)
About this creation

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EARLIER PROGRESS



everything open (in the right way also i fixed the trunk :) )











EARLIER PROGRESS



small trunk if front







Comments

 I made it 
  August 19, 2012
Quoting MortalSwordsman . Half an hour!! Mine took hours. The bump I am referring to is directly above the front wheels (the 4 long bowed pieces) only present in the last 3 photos. The flatter version looks much better, that is all I was saying. I cant wait to see it progress.
thanks im about to post the next part! I'm sorry it took you hours on yours
  August 19, 2012
Half an hour!! Mine took hours. The bump I am referring to is directly above the front wheels (the 4 long bowed pieces) only present in the last 3 photos. The flatter version looks much better, that is all I was saying. I cant wait to see it progress.
 I made it 
  August 19, 2012
Quoting MortalSwordsman . Ok it is looking good so far. The main problem in my opinion is the bump behind the headlights. I think the first few pics look better. Building a supercar at this scale is going to be exceptionally difficult (as I am sure you discovered with your excellent Veyron). Using bowed elements can cause difficulties as you are limited by the length of the bow and it can give that bumpy effect. Tiles can look heavy and stepped. A studded approach might be easier to create the subtle curves, but will probably not suit a moc of this size. I donít even think snot (sideways building) would work at this scale. The doors are looking great, they were an absolute nightmare to build on my GT40. I also found the area over and behind the back wheels very difficult.
Thanks for the tips, but what exactly do you mean by the bump behind the head light (and yeah the doors took me half an hour)
 I like it 
  August 19, 2012
Ok it is looking good so far. The main problem in my opinion is the bump behind the headlights. I think the first few pics look better. Building a supercar at this scale is going to be exceptionally difficult (as I am sure you discovered with your excellent Veyron). Using bowed elements can cause difficulties as you are limited by the length of the bow and it can give that bumpy effect. Tiles can look heavy and stepped. A studded approach might be easier to create the subtle curves, but will probably not suit a moc of this size. I donít even think snot (sideways building) would work at this scale. The doors are looking great, they were an absolute nightmare to build on my GT40. I also found the area over and behind the back wheels very difficult.
 I made it 
  August 19, 2012
Quoting Rick S. The roof has to be really low. And maybe you need to make it flat behind the headlights.
thanks! i went and look at my video game forza motorsport 4, it has a feature that shows and tells you about cars like the ford Gt and Veyron so i have a better idea on how everything works and looks (its a lot better then google images)
  August 19, 2012
The roof has to be really low. And maybe you need to make it flat behind the headlights.
 
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