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Chevrolet Caprice 2-Door Station Wagon Nomad by Sebastian Motsch

Chevrolet Caprice Station Wagon | 2-Door Nomad Style

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Two Doors   |   Two Seats   |   Two Bunks?


An idea. A quick doodle on a small sheet of paper. A couple of hours tinkering with Adobe Photoshop… and two doors of the mighty Mk4 Chevrolet Caprice Station Wagon have vanished into the digital nirvana, where deleted pixels enjoy their retirement. I purposely didn’t shorten neither the wheelbase nor the overall length, because I wanted to create a wagon that really looks long. This is further accentuated by the extra low stance, courtesy of an airride system and relocated wheel arches. I kept the roof rack, because somebody might want to strap a couple of surfboards to it and head to the beach. The BBS multi-piece wheels I had on the first iteration got replaced by five star steelies, thanks to a Jaguar S-Type picture my buddy Vladimir Ljadov shot at Raceism in Poland last year. All in all a rather quick, but satisfying project. Let me know if you like this big barge sitting on the ground.

Chevrolet Caprice 2-Door Station Wagon Nomad by Sebastian Motsch

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Chevrolet 4400 Chassis Cab Hot Rod Box Van Spar Levensmiddelen | photoshop chop by Sebastian Motsch (2019)

Chevrolet 4400 Chassis Cab | Hot Rod Concept

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2019.06   |   Photoshop Chop   |   Hot Rod


Sometimes a “quickie lunchbreak photoshop chop” is abandoned because of a small glitch that can’t be fixed at the time. In this case, I forgot the picture on my hard drive for a couple of years. With years more experience now, the then-unfixable glitch was remedied in a matter of not even 15 minutes and the chop finished.

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1955 Chevrolet BelAir Racecar | Artwork by Sebastian Motsch (1999)

1955 Chevrolet BelAir

From my archive of drawings and renderings: 1955 Chevrolet BelAir, designed in 1999.

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