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  1. #1
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    Default Renderings of Sandlin's Inciner8or

    Hey everyone, I just finished work on Steve Sandlin's incredible '57 convertible, Inciner8or, and it is now online over at Lateral-G.net, here is the link to check it out!
    http://www.lateral-g.net/gulbranson/rendition/





    More views will be up soon, so keep checking back! Enjoy!

    Kris
    Custom Car Design, Hot Rod Art, and more...


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    great looking car...

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    Nice Work Kris!!!
    Shane Wagner
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    Nice work! Looks identical to the actual car. I have had the chance to see this one in person and I can't believe the resemblance. Again, nice work.
    Later - Craig

    finleybrosmotorsports@gmail.com

    '70 Chevelle (in storage now, probably will never be back on its wheels again!)

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    Nice looking job, although I wonder why he would want a 3D rendering done of his car if his car is already done and on the street? Isn't the purpose of this service to get a general idea of what the finished car will look like? Doesn't make much sense to me. Although my wife and her 300 pairs of shoes doesn't make much sense to me either.

    Is this a design change that he's contemplating?
    Tony Rapin - 1968 Pro-Touring Camaro LS1

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    Tony, Steve wanted to have posters made of his car and always liked Kris's work, so he had him do the Inciner8or for that reason. The posters should be done by SEMA so I'm guessing he will have one on display with the car.
    Scott
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    My 69 Camaro
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    Cool! :icon996:
    Tony Rapin - 1968 Pro-Touring Camaro LS1

    Project: Next Year
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    I believe he plans to remove the wing windows, but other than that, I think Steve just wanted to have me do some renderings because he like my work. *toots own horn*

    Kris
    Custom Car Design, Hot Rod Art, and more...

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    I plan on having Kris do renderings of my 65 Tempest even though its done. These renderings have a way of looking neater than the actual car if that makes any sense, plus I want a sweet poster of my car as well.

    Im guessing alot of these guys pay the money to get the renderings done and 5 years later when there done the color has changed and the wheels are different and... This way I know how it turned out so Ill only pay once to have them done

    Steve

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    Nice work, Kris!!
    Ralph
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    Default VERY nice work!!

    how much does a rendering like this run $$$????
    J.T. Mann



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