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I guess I've been looking at less minty/custom boxwood greens all this time. I don't want Cactus Gray Green like the render, I want a light/mid green with some olive/pea green in it.

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Beautiful!


I’m a huge fan of boxwood...
If 2022 has it- which I highly doubt- it would make waiting way worth it...
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I suspect the filler panel inboard of the tail light is strategically a separate part for tail light shape flexibility come facelift time..
That said, during lunch time, I piggybacked off of your Edited images @Ohnoohnoooo
Edited the tail lights.
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Bronco rear facelift.jpg
 

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I've got a couple builds in mind (another is a BL), but one is OBX + 33s + small lift, so I wanted to see what that may be. Here are a pile of photos (NOTE none are available as shown here, this is my retouching of B&P images). Made some as gifs for easy comparison. This is what I did:

• Added 17/33s to OBX(+ same lift as BL) + steel bumper

• Color-corrected the Cactus Gray using samples from real-life photos (I have seen it in person, but the contrasting colors are important in understanding how it will behave. The samples I used are from full-sun, shade, sunset and flat light). I used the lighting from the original to guide whether I matched the lighter or darker tones. See the gif :) For me, I wish it CG was the B&P and launch materials color, but that isn't the case. I want to see a bit of reality before committing, and B&P isn't going to fix it.

• "Made" a Shadow Black and Oxford White top.

• Also "painted" the OBX flares Shadow Black — it certainly gives the impression of a bigger space in the wheel well.

•And then as my 2.7, Lux and Shadow black will likely bump me to MY22, I made my wish-Bronco — Boxwood green with white top. While I am dreaming, the grill would be the Black Diamond one and white, and the interior saddle leather.

Not available yet, but I sure wish it was.

Hope this helps someone in their decision.



:love: Boxwood Green, OW top (33s)

boxwood green 2021 Bronco rendering 1.jpg
boxwood green 2021 Bronco rendering 2.jpg
boxwood green 2021 Bronco rendering 3.jpg



Boxwood Green, OW top, SB flares (33s)
boxwood green 2021 Bronco rendering 4.jpg













OBX + 33s (not color-corrected Cactus Gray)
OBX_33s.gif



color-corrected cactus gray, shadow black top:
CG_HEROSWATCH.gif
CG_SIDESWATCH.gif


Oxford White + OW top + SB painted OBX flares (33s):
OW_FLARES.gif




color-corrected Cactus Gray, Shadow Black top (33s)
OBX_HERO_33_CG_SB.jpg


color-corrected Cactus Gray, OW top (33s)
OBX_HERO_33_CG_OW.jpg


color-corrected Cactus Gray, OW top (33s)
OBX_BACK_33_CG_OW.jpg


color-corrected Cactus Gray, SB top, SB flares (33s)
OBX_BACK_33_CG_SB_SBFLARE.jpg


color-corrected Cactus Gray, OW top (33s)
OBX_SIDE_33_CG_OW.jpg


color-corrected Cactus Gray, SB top (33s)
OBX_SIDE_33_CG_SB.jpg


color-corrected Cactus Gray, SB top, SB flares (33s)
OBX_SIDE_33_CG_SB_SBFLARES.jpg


color-corrected Cactus Gray, OW top, SB flares (33s)
OBX_SIDE_33_CG_OW_SBFLARES.jpg
Obviously, you are a genius!
 

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It's too bad the people responsible for this creativity (Above) are not the VP Design at Ford. BTW, Ford just announced TODAY a new Design VP, a guy named Anthony Lo from Renault. Are you kidding me? Renault? SHOOT ME NOW. Com'on Man! There was no one else in the whole damn Ford Motor Company that was qualified for this job?
 

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This Company does something really GREAT one minute, then blows it all up the next minute.
 

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I've got a couple builds in mind (another is a BL), but one is OBX + 33s + small lift, so I wanted to see what that may be. Here are a pile of photos (NOTE none are available as shown here, this is my retouching of B&P images). Made some as gifs for easy comparison. This is what I did:

• Added 17/33s to OBX(+ same lift as BL) + steel bumper

• Color-corrected the Cactus Gray using samples from real-life photos (I have seen it in person, but the contrasting colors are important in understanding how it will behave. The samples I used are from full-sun, shade, sunset and flat light). I used the lighting from the original to guide whether I matched the lighter or darker tones. See the gif :) For me, I wish it CG was the B&P and launch materials color, but that isn't the case. I want to see a bit of reality before committing, and B&P isn't going to fix it.

• "Made" a Shadow Black and Oxford White top.

• Also "painted" the OBX flares Shadow Black — it certainly gives the impression of a bigger space in the wheel well.

•And then as my 2.7, Lux and Shadow black will likely bump me to MY22, I made my wish-Bronco — Boxwood green with white top. While I am dreaming, the grill would be the Black Diamond one and white, and the interior saddle leather.

Not available yet, but I sure wish it was.

Hope this helps someone in their decision.



:love: Boxwood Green, OW top (33s)

boxwood green 2021 Bronco rendering 1.jpg
boxwood green 2021 Bronco rendering 2.jpg
boxwood green 2021 Bronco rendering 3.jpg



Boxwood Green, OW top, SB flares (33s)
boxwood green 2021 Bronco rendering 4.jpg













OBX + 33s (not color-corrected Cactus Gray)
OBX_33s.gif



color-corrected cactus gray, shadow black top:
CG_HEROSWATCH.gif
CG_SIDESWATCH.gif


Oxford White + OW top + SB painted OBX flares (33s):
OW_FLARES.gif




color-corrected Cactus Gray, Shadow Black top (33s)
OBX_HERO_33_CG_SB.jpg


color-corrected Cactus Gray, OW top (33s)
OBX_HERO_33_CG_OW.jpg


color-corrected Cactus Gray, OW top (33s)
OBX_BACK_33_CG_OW.jpg


color-corrected Cactus Gray, SB top, SB flares (33s)
OBX_BACK_33_CG_SB_SBFLARE.jpg


color-corrected Cactus Gray, OW top (33s)
OBX_SIDE_33_CG_OW.jpg


color-corrected Cactus Gray, SB top (33s)
OBX_SIDE_33_CG_SB.jpg


color-corrected Cactus Gray, SB top, SB flares (33s)
OBX_SIDE_33_CG_SB_SBFLARES.jpg


color-corrected Cactus Gray, OW top, SB flares (33s)
OBX_SIDE_33_CG_OW_SBFLARES.jpg
Boxwood green looks good the cactus grey looks lie an off white
 

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Not as nice as the OP's effort but this gives an idea of the look.

boxwood2dr.jpg
Excellent! Do you have any info on those wheels? Or are they Sasquatch wheels rendered a little?
 
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I guess I've been looking at less minty/custom boxwood greens all this time. I don't want Cactus Gray Green like the render, I want a light/mid green with some olive/pea green in it.

1611608162763.png
1611608196562.png
1611608383947.png
This is the reference i used. Boxwood has many subtle hues on the intertubes, some more pea, some with more blue in them. What IS missing is the high gloss of the older shots, it's looking matte here. But i'd take any variation of this green it in a heartbeat.

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Awesome thanks for doing that!

not to sound completely unappreciate lol, but would you mind rendering the boxwood with black/tan/body colored roof if not too much trouble. Thanks!
badda bing!

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Also deepened the boxwood on the side render white top as that one on B&P is really washed out color-wise.
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You’re awesome! Thanks so much. I really like tan!
 

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Excellent! Do you have any info on those wheels? Or are they Sasquatch wheels rendered a little?
They are just the squatch wheels lightened up to look a bit like polished aluminum. A white top really needs white or light colored wheels. Chrome wheels work on vehicles with chrome trim but I'm not sure how they will look on this vehicle with the black trim.
 

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ANOTHER PASTEL COLOR OMG!!! Does no one appreciate how good (any color) metallic paint looks with a couple of nice coats of clear over the top? How rich and deep it can look? Now another baby vomit color with matching door handles... FORD please stop putting 20 something paint designers in charge of your Bronco color program!!
Let me guess: next is dirt brown, and primer grey like those fugly Toyotas!!??
 
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