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Nissan R36 GTR Nismo edition by wizzoo7
Nissan R36 GTR Nismo edition
Something new for you guys ! I have had many requests to design the next generation Nissan Skyline lets get things started :D

because this is my first concept idea and I haven't gone into 3D yet there may end up being some slight adjustments but I'm feeling good about it so far , some influence came from the Nissan 2020 vision GT concept
exocarbon concept I 2015  by wizzoo7
exocarbon concept I 2015
Slowing trying to finish this concept by the end of the year ........ then I plan to get a 1:18 3D print



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OsmayDesigner Featured By Owner May 12, 2015  New Deviant Student Interface Designer
Great your imagination !!
wizzoo7 Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2015
haha thanks :D
wizzoo7 Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2015
Usually I sketch with pencil or pen my ideas first sometimes the sketches can be very rough and not always complete but enough information for me to start building in 3D , sometimes I do jump straight into 3D without a sketch and create a concept but even then I find myself sketching areas of the design along the way sketching for me is still a critical tool to find the right solution otherwise I find myself wasting a lot of time modelling out different solutions
AsyrafHakim92 Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hello there, may i know. when you design the car, do u start from a sketch? pen and paper? or is it just straight away into the 3d software?
ThePanguinator Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Mate, when I see your renders I begin to drool.
Very nice work!
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