Naturally, that meant last month it was all about Japanese-style digital build projects. But, as it turns out, that was not enough and after performing a big move (quite literally, since the pixel master relocated halfway across the country) he realized the JDM passion will get the better of him. Thus, after kicking off the July proceeds with a stunning Nissan Skyline ‘2000’ GT-R that morphed into an almost perfect surfing companion, complete with a transparent hood, he also took the right decision.
As such, his self-imposed design challenge has been rolled over into this month with the same JDM theme. And to start everything with yet another cool bang, the CGI expert decided the “bold, revolutionary, incomparable” first-generation Acura (Honda) NSX deserved a tale of two different virtual stories. Both are pretty obvious if you want our two cents on the matter.
So, on one hand (both left and right, pun intended!), there is the Jeep atmosphere with rad tubular doors, but then that carbon-fiber-clad wing and the entire front end just want to show how “this vehicle would be insane to rip down the road.” Now, if only someone would be daring enough to put this into practice and satisfy the CGI author’s desire to “experience in the real world the idea of a mid-engine sports car without doors!”