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X Series

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Description

This is the basic design of car model that I've made

This is the result of my first ever experience of:

  • T-Spline Modelling
  • Adobe Fusion 360
  • 3D Car Design

This is the design as a result of the requirement as follows:

  • The Car should be based on SUV / X-Over model
  • The main occupant will be VIP / VVIP, So the class of the vehicle should be Premium
  • The design must have appealing on both VIP people and general people

To fulfill the above requirements, the car design language are as follows:

  • The car is designed as a X-Over. Using wagon body style as a basis with long wheelbase and relatively high ground clearance
  • To make it appealing for VVIP, the car is designed as follows:
    • use obvious angle on roof line
    • 2.3 degree angle of waist line
    • slightly blocky nose profile, viewed from side
    • blocky headlight, viewed from front
  • To make it appealing on general people, the car is designed as follows:
    • Slim profile viewed from side
    • low angled wind shield
    • pointy headlight & tail light, viewed from side
    • Compatible with "sporty" color scheme, especially white and red
Comments
X176

Can you share the model?

about 1 month ago
X176

Its called Autodesk Fusion 360 ;)
Nice modeling btw

about 1 month ago
X176

Really a beautify rendering, the shape of the car looks very beautiful!

about 1 month ago

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