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lrlocke01

77 CJ7 Off Road

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This is my first post and my first attempt at a mud rig. Any & all comments & suggestions welcome. Thanks for looking.

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Better, and the weathering looks great! Only thing I could see an error in is the driver's seat. If the vehicle got muddy while driving, the driver's seat would be clean where a person would be sitting (top of the cushion, and front of the seatback). Also, the steering wheel rim would probably be clean, or at least the mud smudged from moving the hands around. :)

Oh, and the inner wheel wells are too clean. They would have a bunch of dirt and grime in them from the tires spinning. :)

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Jeeps and Mud/Dirt!!!! ;) What's not to love! :lol: Great job on your "first attempt!" Looks like you are a natural for this sort of thing. Great work!!

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Looks great the dirt adds realism to

it makes it look like it had a hard day

at play and was put away dirty after

getting stuck in the mud

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Nice looking jeep and nice Muddin.

Driver seat could be cleaner but I've had a muddy seat while wheelin b-4 too.

And I had my doors on ;)

Great work..

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Super job on the weathering! I agree though that the wheel-wells need to be hit... As for the seat, eh, when you're jeepin', everything gets muddy. I've come home with more mud inside than out. :D

Try using a nasal sprayer with some thinned paint on a piece of scrap. I did it on a 4x4 I'm doing and was tickled with the results.

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