Ford Territory + Bolwell Ikara

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  1. marvin

    marvin Member

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    This was up before "THE BIG CRASH OF 2004", that made my life chaotic. (hehe)
    Cant find it, so here it is again.
     

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    Very nice Marvin.
    I remember posting on this topic before the big crash too.

    One thing I've noticed is that the crease line in the left panel needs to continue all the way through ie from the light to the wheel arch and then as you have it, further along the car.

    Cheers.
     
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    never heard of that car before and i know why so no jokes or smarts comments
     
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    Yeh, I know about the bumper, but something strange is happening with the model. I cant move most of the vertices or lines, its like there locked in place, if you look where the bumper meets the guard, I cant even clone the edge to give it thickness.

    Any ideas anyone? (its in Max 5.1)


    The car is only availbe in Australia, and its hard to get, more demand than supply. It was only released in July.
     
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    Bit bumpy next to the light, but it looks nice! :D
    Never heard of it either, but it sure looks great :)
     
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    I only work in LW (6.5 of all things), so I can't help you, sorry.

    The Ford territory is one of those Soft Off-roader types wich comes in 2wd or 4wd. It doesn't have a transfer case, so it relies on traction control and ABS to provide grip in rough terrain.
    I'm a Ford fan, so I'm a bit biased, but it looks like a fairly good car for the price.

    Back on topic - it's looking good, I don't have any crits at this point in time that haven't already been brought up.

    Dutchy.
     
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    Quick update, seem to be deleting twice as much as I keep.
    How do you guys do this so quickly?

    Thanks for all the comments.

    Its a great car for the price, it has 32 storage compartments, 32 of 'em, can you imagine that, its like all my dreams have been answered. lol.

    I might try cloning the front bumper and see if I can work on that.
     

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    Wow! Keeps looking better and better! 8o
    You're using prints btw? :)
     
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    I was pleasantly shocked to find the blueprints in the back of the booklet the Ford dealer gave my dad.

    I did post them here, maybe they got lost when the site went down.
    Ref pics were posted as well.

    I'll check and do it again later.

    btw, with blueprints does size matter as much as file size, the prints are around 1.6 meg and 2000*something.Too big?
     
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    Ah, I see :D

    As for size, 1,6 Mb is quite big, but if it's worth (and it sure is, since it's a Ford :mrgreen: ), that doesn't really matter :) And there are always people who can downsize it later on :)
    2000×something is lovely IMO :D
     
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    Ive worked out "btw" and "lol", but what the heck is "IMO"!?

    btw, lol, hehe!

    *edit*

    The Lastest, not much more, rear bumper and some touch up.
     

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    Blueprints uploaded

    Minor update.
     

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    Nice car.Very nice.

    IMO = In My Opinion
    IMHO = In My Humble Opinion

    Keep it up.

    O.j
     
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    ...and the wheels, no idea why I did these before finishing the body, but...

    Tyres and materials all temps.
     

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    Look like pressed in Ghia's :)
    Nice ones :D
     
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    There pressed steel wheels, for some reason i'm doing the base model car.
    Always had a thing for contrasting bumpers, the GHIA version is all one colour.
    Besides, the Alloy wheels look boring.
     
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    I'll take that as a compliment!!! (I Think?)


    Quote fixed
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    I know how a Ghia looks like ;)

    Could be, but I said those rims look like Ghia's, alloy or not ;) :p
     
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    Sorry Nighteye, I ment the Ghia car, I dont know about the rest of the world, but thats what Ford Australia call their top of the range vehicles.

    I have no idea what a Ghia rim looks like, but I guess the Territorys rims arent as original as I thought!
     
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