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Renault Arkeos by Bispro Renault Arkeos by Bispro
Resuming my imaginary Renault designs series with the Arkeos, whose lower half utilizes the work of German design student Michael Gebhardt with elements of the Z10 Koleos concept car of 2000 and of course some personal touches to blend the whole thing.

More imaginary cars can be found in my Renault gallery :
[link]

I highly appreciate every comment and criticism!

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Retour de ma série de Renault imaginaires avec cette Arkeos, dont la partie inférieure reprend le travail de l'étudiant en design allemand Michael Gebhardt avec des éléments pris au concept car Z10 Koleos de 2000, et bien entendu une petite touche personnelle pour lier le tout.

D'autres modèles imaginaires dans ma galerie Renault :
[link]

J'apprécie vivement les commentaires et les critiques !
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B-boyice Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2009
awwww
:'(
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B-boyice Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2008
omg i love it too much man you gotta put up a tutorial
the relflection and all that it's too pro man
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Bispro Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2009
Sorry for answering so late... A tutorial? I don't know. I'm not a professional, you know, just an enthousiast who tinkers in his little corner of the web. Besides part of the reflections were adapted from the original picture of Michael Gebhardt's model. Shame this no longer seems to be online, otherwise I would have provided the link.
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B-boyice Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2008
serious? wow you have mad skillzzz maybe put up a tutorial???
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Bispro Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2008
I don't think I have "mad skills" but thanks anyway! A tutorial? Who knows? I never considered my technique to be academic enough to make screen captures or anything... but if other show any interest, I may consider it. Thanks again!
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B-boyice Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2008
what program did you use to make this it's really cool
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Bispro Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2008
You'd be surprised... I'm a tinkerer of sorts... This is done using Paint Shop Pro 5 !!! It's almost 10 years old but I got so much used to that simple software's features that I do most of my work with it. It has many limitations but for that kind of stuff it's fine! Glad you like it and thanks for asking. ;-)
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Phoenixchi Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Woah, I'd certainly wanna drive that! 8D
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Bispro Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2008
Who wouldn't? :-D
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