He has an Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio. So…from the side, to me it looks like a regular Giulia, or if it’s just a silhouette, I would probably mistake it for an M3 or something. My husband says it doesn’t look right without all the lines on it.
At this point in my file, I’ve just got the outline, marked the doors, windows, lights, and side vent. The quad symbol to me should be the only detail, but I guess I would change things depending on what I plan to use it for. This was just going to be a Christmas ornament, but a sign for the garage would be much cooler. Going to mess around with it some more. I’ve got other car side profiles I’ve already worked on; this is one of the harder ones, maybe because it’s more personal; we really love this car. I made a front profile of this car, I feel like that would probably be better, then you can see the Alfa grill, might be easier for me to do that instead.
We like playing around with cars. Really enjoy adding small touches to make it ours. This one I used the glowforge to make mudflap templates, then we added mudflaps to the front (still trying to figure out the rear, would need to 3D print brackets or something to attach them to). I also made a license plate frame, and my husband customized the shifter, so it lights up like the Italian flag. Red in park, white in regular, green in manual mode.
The previous quad we had needed more done to it, and it was really cool by the time FCA bought it back from us (a very long and tragic story of a red car that needed a new motor, but with a happy ending in the form of a much less needy blue car).