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Camaro Bumblebee (Bayformers)

SMG Cruiser added 2 years ago

My own personal attempt at replicating Bumblebee from the Bayformers movies.

This build turned out to be a lot simpler than I imagined, moreso thanks to the fact that car is actually, pretty straightforward. It didn't require a lot of details so I wasn't required to make it super wide or big.

While I wasn't the biggest fan of Bumblebee being a muscle car when the movies first came out, the car choice grew on me because it's hard not to admit that the Camaro Bumblebee is a pretty damn kickass looking car.

Update: Made the car wider.

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Practical Rating
6.7
Creative Rating
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Function rating by LEGADEMA3.5
Creative rating by LEGADEMA9.0
Function rating by Zalera7.5
Creative rating by Zalera9.5
Function rating by Zelborg9.0
Creative rating by Zelborg10.0
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Zelborg
2 years ago
veri nice 1

Ratings 9.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Zalera
2 years ago
Nice Camaro :}

Ratings 7.5 practical and 9.5 creative0
LEGADEMA
2 years ago

Ratings 3.5 practical and 9.0 creative0

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