1999 introduced a new car company, by the name of PAGANI, there first car, a huge success, the Zonda C12, top speed a little over 210 mph, amazing handling, beautiful looks, and, well lets let the photos do the talking...
This model is about 1:21 scale, and is my first 12 wide car! It actually uses EXACTLY 600 pieces! I was surprised when i found out that the first piece I tried (which only comes in clear) was the perfect size and shape for the sunroof. I think it turned out pretty well, what do you think? oh, and before I forget... Credit for the headlights and the bump thing over the steering wheel goes to Firas Abu-Jaber's amazing Zonda http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/255333 .
Awesome creation, the shapes are awesome, the interior is very neat, the rear is my favorite part, you're definetly improving. Continue like this!
The amazing coincidence is that I have built a Zonda too, did you know that? check it out! http://mocpages.com/moc.php/352148
You're getting better. I like the details you added. But I have to agree with Alex; the windshield is too steep. I've built Zondas myself, so I know how steep it should be. And the hood should be more sloped. Next time calculate the proportions and I'm sure you'll get it right. Keep it up. ;-) -LB Jr.
Quoting Alex B
To me the front looks to low (IMO) and the roof is too steep. I don't know if you see that, but that's what I think. :-)
the windshield is about perfect actually, on the real car the metal part (what you see) is really steep, but the glass part is really round, so it would go to the right spot if it had an actual windshield, i'll put some clear plastic there when i get the parts so i can show you it (if you still don't understand)