Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Project Review: A.C.C.D. 7th Term CALTY Project -PART II

A 14x17 Velum sketch page of Ideas for the Toyota Project.

You can see the Yellow and the Red Concept ideas in there.

An Early color sketch.

One of the final Marker Renders I did.

The final design.

A 3/4 view of the fifth scale foam model I did.

A side view of the 5th scale model of CALTY.

A 3/4 Front view of the 5th Scale Model Concept.

Art Center 7th Term 1991

In this second Post on the design work I did as a student my 7th term at Art Center in the Transportation Design Class sponsored by California Toyota or CALTY which is responsible for advanced design for Toyota and Lexus.

For my project the theme was "Small and Secure" , and this was a second design I did. Normally we do one car per term, but I finished very early with the first one so I did a second concept and model.

This was a baby bonnet look concept I did with a hooded canopy over the greenhouse area of the car. It was a new take on the visor that you seen in the Futon Visors post WWII on the heavy iron cars. This second concept was made into a fifth scale foam model as with the yellow one prior for the project.

Cheers, THOM

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