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    Hey guys

    Name is Shawn Mascoll. Im new to the site and love the quality projects that I see here. I'd like to offer my render services to individuals and shops that need a quality, and professional render on any project. I can offer many different options and have the ability to change an modify renders, as all mine are created in 3D and can be manipulated. Contact me for more info at info@mascolldesigns.com or by PM.













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    Some really nice work you have there.

    And I LOVE the Champ 500's on that Corvette!

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    nice work! diggin tha reflection of the saleen.
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    Those look GREAT!
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    The layout of the 89 is sweet. Nice work.
    Will Ellis
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    Thanks guys. I appreciate the feedback

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    Wow every rendering looks great, the vette is stunning.
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    That Buick is nice work.

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    Stunning work!
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    Amazing work! Can't believe you start from scratch

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    All of your renderings look very nice. I love the stance and the reflections in them all. If my car were to get a rendering I'm afraid I couldn't get a rendering showing that awesome slammed look and be true to how it does sit. My car is limited in how low it can go do to suspension and the trans bellhousing sitting so low.

    Have you ever done a rendering for a car that had a higher stance? I hesitate to say realistic stance because with Air Ride all those cars have a realistic stance. Mine sits slightly lower than stock.

    I guess what I'm asking is, would it be anti-climactic to get a rendering of your car the way it is and not lowered for aesthetic reasons? Of course, I think in renderings, the lower the better, but I want a rendering to show what it would look like at the end of the build.

    Also, do you ask for reference pics, i.e. wheels, planned sheetmetal fab, planned choice of hood scoop....?
    I believe I'm close to getting one and have never explored what the process is.

    Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by go-fish View Post
    All of your renderings look very nice. I love the stance and the reflections in them all. If my car were to get a rendering I'm afraid I couldn't get a rendering showing that awesome slammed look and be true to how it does sit. My car is limited in how low it can go do to suspension and the trans bellhousing sitting so low.

    Have you ever done a rendering for a car that had a higher stance? I hesitate to say realistic stance because with Air Ride all those cars have a realistic stance. Mine sits slightly lower than stock.

    I guess what I'm asking is, would it be anti-climactic to get a rendering of your car the way it is and not lowered for aesthetic reasons? Of course, I think in renderings, the lower the better, but I want a rendering to show what it would look like at the end of the build.

    Also, do you ask for reference pics, i.e. wheels, planned sheetmetal fab, planned choice of hood scoop....?
    I believe I'm close to getting one and have never explored what the process is.

    Thanks,
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    Thanks John
    I can render any vehicle at any ride height requested, whether it be stock, slight drop, bagged and slammed, or 4x4!.

    All I would need is a list of any mods you have planned for the vehicle (wheels, metal fab, tires, paint color choices, graphics, and brake kits...). I like to have a few pics of the actual vehicle as it is just for reference.

    Once everything is finalized and complete, you would recieve the render on DVD in various image formats, (1) 24x36 poster and a couple 8x10 prints.

    Pm me for more details or shoot me an email

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    Thank you, Shawn, for your reply. I'll be in touch.
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    I dig the '67 Mustang. The more I look at it the more I see that has been changed. Nice work. Prepare yourself to become very busy!
    Tony Edler
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigblue73 View Post
    I dig the '67 Mustang. The more I look at it the more I see that has been changed. Nice work. Prepare yourself to become very busy!
    Getting there. Have a lot of work in progress of some very cool builds.

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    I like that T/A too. That's another rendering that makes me want my T/A back. Beautiful work.
    Will Ellis
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    These guy's do great work, you'll be seeing one of my t.a. soon!

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    These are absolutely killer!

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    Cool, nice work

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