View Full Version : Ford Focus ST contest chop

07-07-2006, 08:31 PM
hey hey peepz:D

Im new here... as in i havnt postd up any chops exept recently. i enterd the ford focus st contest which is still in progress n i would rely like to post it up here 4 comments and critisism sins iv neva postd b4.

so 2 avoid any problems that the admin mite hav about it i would like 2 ask permision 2 post it here aswel (just 4 intrests sake)

anyway m excited about bein part of the psc community n wana make the most of it so plz, MRWILD or Joemamma or any utha admin, allow me 2.
Thanx. here it is. my 1st posted mod, up 4 comments and critisism:



Thanx loads;)


07-07-2006, 09:19 PM
you can post it, every one does

07-08-2006, 04:37 PM
Iv used that graphic b4 but i kept it red. The car is nice its just lost its realism

07-08-2006, 05:15 PM
ya i know realisms my problem:(

07-08-2006, 05:55 PM
its the colour there is no shadow on the whole body of the car! its very light! you gotta remember highlites, midtones then shadows! then it will normally look pretty realistic! but yer nice work for a "pcs noob"!

07-08-2006, 08:00 PM
...its not bad for a start, you should not be so quick to crit the GTO pixs I posted here tho or me as if you look at that pix, yours could benefit from it quite a bit, esp regarding the paint surfaces and application of graphics to the surface of the body, as yours appear to be underneath the paint here.

I like the concept and look in general tho it's quite nice.

07-08-2006, 09:47 PM
Not my style at all but I can't really complain, I don't see much wrong with it other than the CF and the wing.

07-09-2006, 12:30 AM
the cf needs a little work; the grille isnt quite right [the intercooler bars on the inside of them are way off angle too] the paint is just a lil oversaturated, but its ok, you did well with the graphic.. i say add a dark line under the 'eyelids' to give it more of a finished look though; also, next chop, dont use wheel-sites to get wheels; they're lacking suspension ;)

07-09-2006, 06:08 AM
looks pretty good, dont know if its already been said, but the mesh needs to be inset