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Maserati Shamal | mean and evil

Just a quick sketch, because somebody asked me how I would modify the front of the Maserati Shamal I created some weeks ago. Turned out to have a mean and evil looking face, even though the modifications are only minimal.

Maserati Shamal | photoshop chop by Sebastian Motsch (2017)

Maserati Shamal stance | photoshop chop by Sebastian Motsch (2017)

Maserati Shamal Stance|Works

Found this picture of a nice Maserati Shamal today and decided to have some fun and create a quick photoshop chop, Stance|Works style. Not much done here: lowered, USDM sidemarkers, tinted window frame and the same front lip and concave multi-piece OEM+ wheels I used on the Maserati Biturbo Spyder. Like it or not – it does put a smile on my face. 🙂

Maserati Shamal stance | photoshop chop by Sebastian Motsch (2017)

Edit: somebody asked me how the front of this Maserati Shamal would look like. Turns out to be a rather mean and evil looking Maserati Shamal.

Maserati Biturbo Spyder | photoshop chop by Sebastian Motsch (2016)

Maserati Biturbo Spyder

Looking at it from far away or just seeing a tiny little preview picture many people might think “BMW E30” initially. Though very similar in overall size, shape and packaging – this is neither designed nor made in Bavaria, but on the other side of the Alps where the weather usually is a lot nicer during winter. For the first time ever I applied my photoshop skills to a Maserati. Why? Because it looks like a cross-country 4WD edition with the original ride height which messes up the proportions of the car entirely. Check out the original picture here. So what has been done to achieve this look? Not much, actually – keeping to my design ethos of keeping it realistic so it could be done with a real car and possibly even get TÜV-approval in Germany. Substantial lowering (possibly air-ride?), re-shaped front and rear bumpers to match the lines of the original sideskirt, USDM sidemarkers, black stripes to break up the area between the wheel arches. I also converted the original wheels into more concave multi-piece items.

Maserati Biturbo Spyder | photoshop chop by Sebastian Motsch (2016)

Now – who spotted the chopped windshield frame / A-pillars? 😉