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Sunday, September 26, 2010

Vehicle Design: Rough Process

Here is another little insight into the rough process or very beginning of creating a vehicle. In this particular instance, it's a sort of prisoner transport craft with an unfolding chassis prison cabin.


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5 comments:

  1. Always great to seeing your process, Florian. :D Awesome stuff.

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  2. I like when you put this type of things on your blog, students and beginners really learn many things with your roughs.

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  3. Nothing beats coming in to the office seeing a Florian ruff to brighten up the day!

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  4. Hey Florian...what are the "red" lines for in the ruff? It looks like you've got them there for a reason, but I can't seem to figure out what it is. :)

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