Great design, as always. I'm a big fan. The only thing I don't get is what is that gold cylinder near the middle of the front windsheild, a little to the left? It look's a little like it's connected to the door frame.
So uh, how much of this is actually your design? Sorry for the inquiry, your description makes it seem like you, well, i dont want to say stole, but I cant think of any other word for it. If so, doesnt that defeat the purpose of the competition? If this is all you, my mistake aswell as my appologies lol
If you read through the comments, you'll see that PSAS and I have come to an understanding about the issue - we're cool and he's pleased to see it here. There's a complex back story, so PM me if you're interested.
nice work dude but i waz expecting more of a skin skin not a set of decals but nonetheless this would impress the judges so great work dude as always my best wishes to you in the contest my entry is still due just finishing off sum bits n pieces
: Thanks! - since you used the term, I though you'd find this interesting.
"Shoo in" was originally a racetrack term, and was is applied to a horse expected to easily win a race, and, by extension, to any contestant expected to win an easy victory. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the first use of the term in print dates back to 1928. A "shoo in" was originally a horse that was expected to win a race, not by virtue of its speed or endurance, but because the race was fixed. The sardonic "subtext" of the original usage, now lost, was that the designated horse would win even if it were so lackadaisical in its performance that it simply wandered somehow up to the finish line and had to be "shooed in" to victory.
I did not know that! a rather comical story considering the context in which I used the term LOL ! I wish you luck - your design is just incredible - very detailed but still very sleek and modern looking.