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jeep car

General Robot added 2 months ago

by beagleA

in CRF

awessssssomeeee!

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Practical Rating
10.0
Creative Rating
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Creative rating by benracer859.5
Function rating by ptrhsk10.0
Creative rating by ptrhsk10.0
Creative rating by LePrimeMehster9.5
Creative rating by christianYETI10.0
Creative rating by Lorr155mle5010.0
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Lorr155mle50
2 months ago

Ratings 10.0 creative0
christianYETI
2 months ago

Ratings 10.0 creative0
LePrimeMehster
2 months ago
If you just expanded the center part of the chassis to be one block wider on each side, you would have it perfect... You could have 7 black struts in the grille instead of five, the wheel guards would be thinner in correspondence to the rest of the vehicle, and the bumpers would look more inline with the rest of the car. If you still have premium, I would suggest painting the windows black instead of grey, and making the mirrors black and a little bit shorter (vertically, it looks like they are almost exhaust pipes) If you want to take the mirrors a step further, you can make them glass instead of just solid blocks, but that's a personal choice. Otherwise, you nailed the rest of the design, so I have to give it to you on that. Plus, it's a Jeep, you can never go wrong with Jeeps!

Ratings 9.5 creative0
ptrhsk
2 months ago
so cool car!!

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
benracer85
2 months ago
oh good, very nice.

Ratings 9.5 creative0

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