Hey TopRecon...I don't understand your image-generation process...but a question: Do you either start with - or end up with - vehicle L/W/H dimensions? If so, could you share what your latest representation reflects? Thanks
Hmm could be but I do see two distinct lines. Anyway, I hope so I like the look of the slant. Like on the Motortrend render, looks great. Also much less of a dropped nose. https://www.motortrend.com/news/2021-ford-bronco-everything-need-know/Hard to fully tell because the spare tire pulls the tarp out.
Same here. I'm really hoping there is a bit of a slant to it. I don't like it being so boxy in the back, it looks like every other off-road SUV that way. Having a bit of a slant it makes it look much more Bronco looking IMO.Hmm could be but I do see two distinct lines. Anyway, I hope so I like the look of the slant. Like on the Motortrend render, looks great. Also much less of a dropped nose. https://www.motortrend.com/news/2021-ford-bronco-everything-need-know/
I feel the wheelwells are slightly TOO pronounced. Also, I think the width will be a bit greater. The windshield looks too tall, and I think the stepped window line down the side drops a bit too low. And the grille is too low on the front end... less downward slope to the hood, grille a bit higher up, and a bit wider (bronco makes it look like it'll cut into the fenders a bit). Also, the BroncoR lettering would probably be a better fit.
Just a few small details, overall it's great work! Not quite the Bronco that I'm hoping to see, but definitely some talent here. Would you be able to make a version without the circle headlights? Maybe with the BroncoR-Type grille lettering and more F150-esque headlights? Been hoping for those since the Bronco was first announced, and still not letting go!
FWIWbest guess is Ford went with the C-clamp style
good catch. I might need to sign up at BOF to see what he says about this.FWIW
https://www.digitaltrends.com/cars/2021-ford-bronco-news-rumors-specs-release-date-features/ Up front, it sports a heritage-laced design with round headlights and a rectangular grille, meaning it’s a tribute to the original model made between 1966 and 1977. We say that with a high degree of certitude because it was the only version of the truck fitted with round lights; later models got rectangular units.
https://realtruck.com/c/lighting/headlights/v/ford/bronco/2021/ 2021 FORD BRONCO HEADLIGHTS: Vision X Vortex LED Headlights FROM: $719.00
This one is fire! As always, nicely done!Here's a quick update, I fixed the mirrors so they come off the A-Pillar in a way that sort of fills in the notch along the top of the fender in the same way the Bronco R seems to, I think it flows much better, I also added a liner that acts as a divider between the fascia and the grille opening, it fills in some of the negative space around the headlights, makes them look better in my opinion, even though this is something not featured distinctly on the Bronco R. Since it seems to be of interest I'll try and do a mockup using Raptor-esque C headlamps, though for the record I don't think that's what Ford will be using, need to finish up work on the rear bumper and taillights first though. Thanks again for the feedback everyone.
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