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2030 Cadillac Ferscair DJ Pomilban

The Cadillac that redefines what it means to drive a luxury vehicle through the introduction of new innovative features.

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DJ Pomilban

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Design and Architecture Senior High


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Henri Kavaja 16 November 2017 18:55:18
Hi Dexter,

Great work on the sketches. You have a good understanding of proportions and form.
Reading your brief i would like to see more of your concept integrated in the design (exterior)./ Think how you can use your concept to innovate the exterior of the car . Eventually the design will follow your concept making it a great concept.

Keep up the good work

DJ Pomilban in reply to Henri Kavaja 19 November 2017 22:33:47
Hello, I really appreciate the feedback. Yes, I will be uploading new sketches that show the concept in the design.

Dave Heyne 28 November 2017 23:53:01
Great renders. I especially like your fascia design and clean, confident bodyside graphics - you've definitely captured the essence of a VERY challenging brand to capture.

Couple points I think are going to help this thing sing:

First off, try getting a little thick-to-thin in your bodyside graphics, meaning that the graphic creates more of a graphic trapezoid than a perfect rectangle. Usually this graphic will be thinnest toward the back of the car, which tends to make the car look more athletic and light.

Second, definitely fool around with where the greenhouse sits on the car, and the proportional relationships between boyside and greenhouse heights. The sketch left-hand sketch on page 13 reminded me of a much better looking version of this: - which I'm guessing wasn't what you were going for. Try to push your proportions, as we did on Escala :

Awesome sketch renderings. I'm really excited about the project, and I look forward to seeing more. Thanks for posting!

DJ Pomilban in reply to Dave Heyne 03 December 2017 02:18:03
Hello, thank you for your critique , surely, it will help me. However, I'm not quite sure about what you we're trying to say about "bodyside graphics." I thought bodyside graphics were vinyl stickers used on door handles to make a car look "cooler".

Gayoung Shin 04 December 2017 21:46:59
Hello, They are great sketches and renderings. I think you have very good understanding of proportions. Next phase, please show us more sketches related to your concept. Show us more ideations of your concept. I think you have really good start and solid concept. Keep it up!
Thank you.

Olivier Poulet 11 January 2018 22:07:52
Hi ! I like your last page a lot, your sketches tend sometimes to be too clean or too "rigid", but it's just a matter of practice, you will easily pass the next step where we feel more emotional gesture in your sketches. Thanks for trying one interior. It's a very good start, I like your central curved screen. Could be the next step of the current Tesla model 3.
I wish you good luck in the competition !

DJ Pomilban in reply to Olivier Poulet 12 January 2018 03:19:32
Hello and thank you for your feedback Mr. Poulet. Yes, fluid/emotional gestures is something I am working towards. I have more interior sketches ready for upload by tomorrow. I hope you like them too.

MasonTRoss 22 January 2018 00:38:36
Awesome drawings! I really like the aesthetic of your design, very clean. I think one suggestion I have is that it looks a little bit similar to modern cadillacs in its proportions. I think a good package drawing could help show what the underpinnings are like and how they relate to the shape of the vehicle

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