"Black Mamba" huh? Sounds cool! And don't worry, I knew exactly which snake you were talking about. (I know from watching too many reruns of Jeff Corwin) I'll give the name a try, and see what happens...
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I like it
April 2, 2009
i agree with the other guys, not very murcielago-ish. still, a cool car with very interesting design elements. i also like the doors, but some of the other body work is a bit "rough". the hefty angle in the roof looks really wierd, for example. as a murcielago, i don't think i'd give this much more than 2/5, but as a "fantasy car", i think it's worth 4/5 - in fact, if you make the back a little shorter and work on the front a bit, it could be a passable Porsche.
as for the contest, sure i'll be judge. no time to enter myself, i'm afraid, but i'll certainly join the panel.
I don't think it looks like a Murcielago, but you're rigt it looks like a cool car, and it seems that you've put a hard work on this one, so I give you 4/5... and as Ape Fight mentioned; the technique on the doors is great... keep on the good work and keep building >>> peace.. Fofo
This COULD be a cool car, BUT:
Firstly: The front is about as Aerodynamic as ... my house, and that isn't that aerodynamic.
Secondly: I don't think the driver sits very comfortably, you should place the seat a bit more to the back.
Thirdly: There's something wrong with that roof: You shoud make a small horizontal part before letting the roof/tailgate go down.
Fourthly: Try to make the back a bit less flat.
If you change these things, the car could get really cool!
Uhoh, I'm gonna be the first person not to give this a perfect score. It's no Lambo, but it is quite stylish with some really nice touches and details. Unfortunately to me it just looks a bit disjointed, especially at the front. Overall a good car, but more a 3.5/5 than 5/5. P.S The doors are great though!!
It looks pretty cool to me! So, it doesn't look exactly like a Murc, but I think you still did a nice job. (especially the way you made those doors) The only suggestion I can make for your upcoming version is for the roof. The section of the roof over the interior, where it changes angles. It should probably be level with the doors, so it doesn't come to a point. You'd actually be rounding off the sharp edges for a smoother look. Still easily 5/5!