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CHOPS IN PROGRESS For all those unfinished chops. Try to keep things clean in the auto chop section and post all those works in progress right here.

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Old 12-07-2008, 04:40 PM   #1
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Wink "Dodge Challenger SW" (from "RT" to "StyleWarz-Edition")

Hi...

i have a new W.I.P. wich i started today and i spent about 2 hours on it...

hope u like what i got so far...

What i have done:

lowered
turned on the headlight
changed the "RT"-Decal to "SW"
changed the size of the driver and passenger window
lowered the roof
cleaned the cars body

what i will do in the coming updates:

dont know ^^ but i will do much more to it... i want it to be my best chop i've ever made...


Orig:


W.I.P.:

(i know in the middle of the front bumber there is a little "blurry" part... i will change that in the next update...)

W.I.P. Update #1 (Changed wheel size):



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Old 12-07-2008, 11:48 PM   #2
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I like the first version but dont like the shrunk wheels.
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Old 12-08-2008, 12:26 PM   #3
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Update #2



Changed the size of the rear wheel "again" ^^ (changed back to orig size)
added new grill-design
added a super-charger

(lol again: i forgot to fix the blurry sh******t in the middle of the front bumper )

oh and i see the super-charger is a little bit off-positioned...
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Old 12-08-2008, 12:45 PM   #4
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its really coming along,but tbh, a muscle car would not look like this.....
the wheels need a ton more clearance for a beast like that,they would shred themselves that slammed
i dont like to be technical,but when a mopar of this caliber is involved,there are a few things that could bump the realism up for you.
the engine is way way to small,notice how large the hood of that beast is?
the hemi would sit way farther back,the block on these motors is huge! if you ever see one or have seen one the orange beast fills the whole engine bay.
i like the base and what you've done with the grill.
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Old 12-08-2008, 02:51 PM   #5
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Hey Style, Sinic makes some good points, especially regarding the motor position.
You should consider moving it back.
You would want that blower centered more on the hood.
Also, im hip to the slammed look and to address Sinics concerns its possible the car could be on air bags. However, with the addition of this Rat motor, your talking trying to put 500-1000 hp to the pavement and those skinny road radials dont work.
Forget the believability element if you want, after all anything is possible when it comes to chops, but talking strictly good design I would suggest you either scratch the motor and leave it clean, or go with a proper drag look and replace the rolling stock with some big *** slicks in the back and little runners in the front. Youd need some wheelie bars showing back there too. Id be cool and a nice challenge for you.
For realism purposes, you can tub it and add some clearance humps in the front sheetmetal.
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Old 12-08-2008, 04:07 PM   #6
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ok i've made a new update...

changed the motor size and position...

and i just thought i try to design a drag-version of it... but i also want to release it as an street version without the big motor ^^ but i need some nice rims wich fits to the persp.
maybe u can help me to find the rims so i can release the street version and than i will keep workin on the dragggggg

Drag-Car W.I.P.:



Street-Car (only need new rims & maybe bg change):


pls pls help me to find some awsome rims

i've already searched through the "resource" thread in the "request section... and d a lot but havent found anything yet....


thx for the hints
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Old 12-08-2008, 04:13 PM   #7
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I love.. shadows abit messed up though
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shadows abit messed up though
hehe... i know
i will change this at the same time when i change the background ^^ cause with a new background i need to change the shadow
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awaiting the update on rims! i really like the base as well. dont touch anything else!
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Old 12-10-2008, 06:22 PM   #10
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Hey nice idea Styles, I agree with all said, but now I think you made your donk too big, belts would be showin through the grill! I also found a set of drag wheels that might fit,(might) if you are interested.
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oh looks good i'll try them :-)
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Dude the motor is too big now, I think the first size was more reasonable.
The tires/wheels in Gimps drag pic looks like they might work good.
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i will change the things later... but at the moment i have a lot of trouble... my girlfriend kicked me out of the flat and i've moved to my mum's home again... so let me chillout a few days and than i will post some updates again...
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i like the street version but i think it should be a tad higher and the front bumper is buggin me.
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