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1999 Jeep Cherokee Progress
=D well This is Further progress on the car
About this creation
I'm not happy with this does anyone have suggestions on how to make it look more Cherokee-ish?




the back I'm not quite happy with it


Tail light


BTW the boot does open :)

Please tell me how I can improve =D
License plate





Comments

 I like it 
  September 9, 2012
Looks great so far, the frontend is very well done. I really like the "chopped" look (could be a custom jeep then) but one brick higher may be okay.
 I like it 
  September 8, 2012
I love it! I can see how it would look like a Jeep, but I'm still thinking AM General.
 I made it 
  September 8, 2012
Quoting Sven Jagdmann Yes, i think so. The pillars should be a brick higher. Try it out my friend. :)
Well I am making everything one brick higher
 I like it 
  September 8, 2012
A idea for the license plate you can use a 4x1 converter brick.
  September 8, 2012
Yes, i think so. The pillars should be a brick higher. Try it out my friend. :)
 I made it 
  September 8, 2012
Quoting Sven Jagdmann It's looking good so far but i think the body should higher because of the width. And the back light are also too narrow. They could be 2 studs wide ;) Keep up your great project buddy :)
I actually thought of that! and have put it into action now do you think I should add a brick height
 I like it 
  September 8, 2012
It's looking good so far but i think the body should higher because of the width. And the back light are also too narrow. They could be 2 studs wide ;) Keep up your great project buddy :)
 I made it 
  September 8, 2012
Quoting Cars Lover You should make the car taller and higher how the others say, but it looks not bad,I guessed right on your teaser.
Yeah You did. :)
  September 8, 2012
You should make the car taller and higher how the others say, but it looks not bad,I guessed right on your teaser.
 I like it 
  September 8, 2012
Just looks exactly like the real thing 10/10! Keep up the good work :)
 I made it 
  September 7, 2012
Quoting Ape Fight Good so far - I can tell what it is. The proportions (height vs width) are a bit off though. Have a look at the real thing and work out its height vs its width, and translate this into 'studs'. I.e is it 1.5 times wider than it is tall, or is it 1:1 etc?
I did it on the scale that 1 Stud equals about three inches so you get about 18 studs wide which it is. I am trying some new stuff to make it look better so we'll see how that turns out
  September 7, 2012
Good so far - I can tell what it is. The proportions (height vs width) are a bit off though. Have a look at the real thing and work out its height vs its width, and translate this into 'studs'. I.e is it 1.5 times wider than it is tall, or is it 1:1 etc?
  September 7, 2012
Another thing you might want to try is making the white bit in the taillights with plain white studs instead of trans-clear. Idk if it'll look any better, but it's something to investigate. I never got the back of mine quite right, so I really want to see how yours turns out! =)
  September 7, 2012
Coming along well. The back is much too wide, either that or the cabin 'box' needs to be taller. It'd be a pain, but I think if you made the whole thing 1 or 2 studs narrower it'd look better.
 I like it 
  September 7, 2012
Looks excellent so far, your best car yet! I agree, the back needs a bit of work; perhaps make it slightly angling inward? (not really sure) Also, I think that some of the studs seem out of place, using SNOT or tiles would make it a bit better. Nice job overall.
 
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