Mazda Design Challenge: clay modeling

Automotive Design 20 Nov 2007
Mazda Design Challenge: clay modeling

Autoblog has published an image gallery of the Los Angeles Auto Show live clay modeling process tht turned the winning project of the Mazda Design Challenge into a full-scale clay model.


Autoblog’s post includes an image gallery of the work-in-progress creation of the full-scale clay model of the concept creted by Mallory McMorrow in partnership with Mazda designer Jacques Flynn. The car was the winning entry of the Mazda Design Challenge.

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Above: the work-in-progress clay modeling process
(Source: Autoblog.com)

(Source: Autoblog.com)

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