In continuation of our door panel series, we’re adding two new illustrations to The Hog Ring Design Studio. Last month it was the first-generation Chevy Camaro. This month it’s the coveted Chevelle!
The first-generation Chevelle featured two body styles, the 1964-65 and 1966-67. We’re providing door panel renderings for both. Each illustration is an inside view of the passenger side of the vehicle with the kick panel and front and rear door panels left blank. They lack color and detail, but provide a solid foundation for you to experiment on top of with various color schemes and stitch patterns.
Through The Hog Ring Design Studio, we aim to simplify the customer-consultation process by providing every auto upholstery shop with the ability to produce professional vehicle interior illustrations.
Print these latest illustrations and keep them handy at your shop. When clients arrive for a consultation or estimate, break out a set of color pencils and use the illustrations to sketch out design ideas. Make note of color swatch numbers and other details in the title box on the bottom right corner. Finally, have customers sign off on drafts before stapling copies to their receipts. This will eliminate any future confusion or disputes.
Visit The Hog Ring Design Studio to see our entire collection of illustrations and download them for free. Send us your finished renderings for a chance to have them featured on The Hog Ring!
These are to show your customers to help give them exactly what they want.
Nadeem Muaddi says
Yes. Or to collaborate with them on design ideas.