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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=78440
Submitted by: wannabemustangjockey
Comments: 12  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 0  (View)
Submitted on: 05-02-2009
View Stats Category: Photoshop/Art
1:18 Chevy El Camino made from card stock and foam core with plastic windows, rolling axles and full interior.


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5-02-2009 @ 03:45:56 AM
Posted By : wannabemustangjockey Reply | Edit | Del

5-02-2009 @ 03:46:44 AM
Posted By : wannabemustangjockey Reply | Edit | Del
#1, Interior:

5-02-2009 @ 05:44:52 AM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
Full interior this time around? Dayum.

I hope you do some more of these. I'd really like to see a foam-core AMC Hornet SC/360.

5-02-2009 @ 11:30:48 AM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
It's really, really neat, but I have one thing to suggest... if it's actually possible to do... could you lean the side windows/side area above the beltline, inwards towards the roof? I realize with the foam that may not be a problem... but you're going for nice realism here, so just thought I'd say something...

5-02-2009 @ 10:28:04 PM
Posted By : wannabemustangjockey Reply | Edit | Del
What exactly are you referring to? I tried to get the body shape correct, though the doors ended up a little wonky because they got stuck to the inner door panels when I glued the panels in. Is that what you meant?

5-02-2009 @ 11:42:19 PM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
#5, I mean, instead of having the sides of the greenhouse be completely upright, have them leaned in like they are on actual cars... http://photo.ricecop.com/pics/elky.gif

5-03-2009 @ 12:05:27 AM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
#6, I perfectly understand if the foam construction might prevent you from doing that, though... I was just curious if it was possible.

5-03-2009 @ 12:48:02 AM
Posted By : wannabemustangjockey Reply | Edit | Del
#6, I actually did do that. The perspective is misleading since I don't have an exact head-on shot of it. By the way, the body is made from card stock. The frame and the wheel spokes are foam.

5-29-2009 @ 02:36:16 AM
Posted By : wannabemustangjockey Reply | Edit | Del
I was pretty disappointed when neither this nor the paper Pinto were accepted into the university's Spring Show of student artwork. The Book Arts instructor said it pretty much just wasn't "bookish" enough, though I intentionally made a vehicle with a pickup bed so that it could be used as a box. Making boxes is part of Book Arts. Mine just happens to look like an El Camino.

5-29-2009 @ 02:41:42 AM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
#9, Apparently producing artwork that replicates consumer goods is frowned upon by faux-erudites.

5-29-2009 @ 02:42:40 AM
Posted By : wannabemustangjockey Reply | Edit | Del
#10, Damn you Andy Warhol!

5-29-2009 @ 03:39:02 AM
Posted By : Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
#10, Academic disputes are the nastiest, because there's so little at stake.....

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