Concept Jeep - Low Poly, DeepuDCS005 (3D)

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  02 February 2016
Concept Jeep - Low Poly, DeepuDCS005 (3D)



Title: Concept Jeep - Low Poly

Name: DeepuDCS005



Submitted: 4th February 2016

Concept Jeep - Low Poly
 
  02 February 2016
Very nice. But I think you need to lose that "protruding toolbox thingee" in front. Maybe mount it on the roof and have a ladder down one of the sides so people can get up to it.

I think I know what you were trying to do... to make the front more interesting. But sometimes just having a nice clean profile on the front works better.

Try it out and see for yourself.
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  02 February 2016
Originally Posted by CGIPadawan: Very nice. But I think you need to lose that "protruding toolbox thingee" in front. Maybe mount it on the roof and have a ladder down one of the sides so people can get up to it.

I think I know what you were trying to do... to make the front more interesting. But sometimes just having a nice clean profile on the front works better.

Try it out and see for yourself.


Tool Box? lol
That's not a tool box "thingy",that's part of the motor/engine....lol,tool box.omgosh.
 
  02 February 2016
sweet

nice concept, how much is the polycount?
 
  03 March 2016
Nice concept. I however do agree with CGI Padawan about the box on the front. It looks like it is just plopped there. I would think about its form and function

I don't understand why CgStudios is lol; CGI Padawan made a justifiable critique. Now if that is an engine, I would like for you to think of a couple of things. If this is a military vehicle, as it gives the appearance of it being so, one why is the engine so small. I would think that such a powerful looking vehicle would need a bigger engine. Two, why is the engine in such a compromising position. It paints a clear target for the enemy to quickly disable it with it protruding like that. It doesn't look armored enough to withstand basic arms fire.

This is my opinion, and with all critiques, take what you will from it!
 
  03 March 2016
Originally Posted by JbImagine: Nice concept. I however do agree with CGI Padawan about the box on the front. It looks like it is just plopped there. I would think about its form and function

I don't understand why CgStudios is lol; CGI Padawan made a justifiable critique. Now if that is an engine, I would like for you to think of a couple of things. If this is a military vehicle, as it gives the appearance of it being so, one why is the engine so small. I would think that such a powerful looking vehicle would need a bigger engine. Two, why is the engine in such a compromising position. It paints a clear target for the enemy to quickly disable it with it protruding like that. It doesn't look armored enough to withstand basic arms fire.

This is my opinion, and with all critiques, take what you will from it!


Just JbImagime it's a filter or similar for desert climates.It could be a myriad of different things and to sit there and say shoulda ,woulda,coulda means you shoulda,woulda,coulda so let's see how you would do it instead of yapping.That's my point.
 
  03 March 2016
Nowhere did I say coulda, shoulda, woulda, don't put words in my mouth. I was merely commenting on how you came across as disrespectful to someone offering constructive criticism. I also offered my own constructive criticism; you should learn what that is. You sound very sensitive, willing to criticize someone, but unwilling to accept criticism yourself. If that is the case, good luck on your career.
 
  03 March 2016
Originally Posted by JbImagine: Nowhere did I say coulda, shoulda, woulda, don't put words in my mouth. I was merely commenting on how you came across as disrespectful to someone offering constructive criticism. I also offered my own constructive criticism; you should learn what that is. You sound very sensitive, willing to criticize someone, but unwilling to accept criticism yourself. If that is the case, good luck on your career.



Sorry....sheesh!
 
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