Grungy Skycar

2D Science Fiction posted on Feb 18, 2018
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Another one of my futuristic skycars/spacerods influenced by Heavy Metal magazine and the art of Moebius (aka Jean Giraud). This skycar is my idea of a future sportscar or hot rod. The vehicle starting to show it's wear and usage. Part of the propulsion system is sticking out of the front hood and reminds the viewer of hot rods of the past, that had superchargers and blowers poking out of their engine bonnets. Modeled in Groboto3D and 3DCoat 4.8. Also textured and rendered in 3DCoat. Postwork done in Photoshop 2018, Topaz Studio Impression & Filter Forge 7.0 to give it a comic book illustrative look.

Comments (6)


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eekdog 5:59PM | Sun, 18 February 2018

Great modeling, wish they would work in poser.

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Faemike55 6:14PM | Sun, 18 February 2018

cool looking ride! great work

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spdskool 2:40AM | Mon, 19 February 2018

My first thought on the thumb was, "very Heavy Metal". So, success! Very nice model, every guy loves blowers.

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ontar1 6:30AM | Mon, 19 February 2018

Fantastic!

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tallpindo 1:06PM | Tue, 20 February 2018

Has cruised a lot of space debris. It's hard to explain how passive a gravity powered coast of 40 years leave you. Almost all of the potential is gone and the kinetic can't be blamed for what it does where no one can see the light.

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jancas 11:31PM | Wed, 19 June 2019

Nice work

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