Sunday, May 6, 2012
Somehow I feel that Pablo's cars are a way bit too short for what appears that should be an 1:8 scale, but it can be just an impression of mine. Also I'd have preferred to see a bit less of stacked beams in the bottom side of the car.
Apart from that, the overall aesthetics and the solutions found for this model are really great!
It also follows the typical Porsche body lines very closely!
I really enjoyed the solution conceived for the typical Porsche rear lights and the detail in the seats which make use of four of these to obtain a curve surface, each one.
As you can see from the remaining photos of this car at Pablo's Brickshelf folder, he based his design on Crowkiller's new AWD gearbox original idea.
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