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    Architect's First Steps In The Digital World

    Feel free, to check the last pages, Hopefully I've made some progress.


    Hey ppl. Since I'm new to this whole thing - decided to throw some artwork to the air of the world and C what happens.

    The monochrome ones enspired by Feng Zhu.
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    These are really nice. The perspectives are looking good!

    As someone who sucks at perspective, I'll be watching this thread.

    Got more?

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    good work, i like your fine lineart
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    Thanks guys

    You're my first feedbacks, truly appreciate it.

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    Very nice... I would like to see some dark places at night ^.^

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    Nice, keep posting...I'll be watching!

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    Love it!

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    these are cool, man- nice clean lines, gotta love that architectural training!
    are you interested in pushing into more rendered pieces down the road, or are you gonna stick with sketching?

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    Oh, really nice environments!
    Makes me wanna do some too.
    Keep going, I'll check up on you.

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    Thanks !

    Layil- I would definitely like to produce more rendered pieces, the problem is that when I discard the lineart, I'm usually left with this messy image. Damn that architectural drafting education!

    Will post some more stuff soon.

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    Some more Architecture

    I've done these one as part of a university project. Feel free to crit.
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    and another one with more dynamic feel to it.

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    nice work! i love your renderings! kinda reminds of miyazaki.
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    Swweet.
    I really like those couple first environments.
    Super sharp linework and intresting colors.
    Keep it up.
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    Very nice sense of depth and scale in those drawings! Just post more!

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    whoa. cool perspective and i really like your color choices.

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    Small update

    Here's some more experimaenting
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    The first one with color only, no lineart:
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    Craazy shit dude. nice stuff!
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    Good stuff and great perspective!

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    omg your awesome I love it all... I wish I had a good grasp on perspective. I just started my architecture course 3 months ago. I want to go towards the presentation and design side. Its great to see what you've come up with I'm subscribing.
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    Tanks for the support guys.

    remmy - Wanted to let you know that you should give much thought to this whole architecture studying thing. Design and presentation is actually not such a big part in architect's work, which is mostly construction details and other boring stuff. Just letting you know because for me it was already too late when I realized that I rather paint buildings than design them. If I knew this earlier, I would probably did not go to study architecture - maybe illustration or concept design.(Though 'Architect' really is quite a respectable title )

    Having that said, here are some more architectural thumbnails:

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    Hmm.. Who is this goodlookin' fellow? Oh, it's me!

    These are actually the first completely digital paintings I've done so I hope they're any good.

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    Oh my Goodnes those last two looks like real, are you shure you havn't put photos

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    Ow. Nice. I'm also architecture student and I'm into this stuff too.

    I like your perspective sketches. I think what would greatly improve your designs is contrasting or breaking shapes with different values or materials instead of just using lines. For example some materials would be brighter and some darker. This way you can create strong silhouettes inside the contours of the structure and make it interesting even though the overall shape might be very typical.

    Keep it up.

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    Farvus - I see what you mean, this is definitely the next step for me. Took a look at your sketchbook and really got inspired, you sure do master the colors.

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    This one is basically a color study, don't mind the simple forms

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    Thx for the heads up about its boringness. The construction side is totally lame. But since I was 10 I helped my dad build houses on the holidays so I'm cool with all that. So are you mainly doing illustration now or is this just a hobby cause that is all it is for me. I think being a great artist both digitally and more conservative forms will be a great asset as an architect. That's why I'm upping my skills. Oh and amazing thumb studies and SP's. Keep it up!
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    This is my first concept piece. 11 hours. The soldier is mostly from references - I'll spare you the picture of myself holding a broom

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    Lovely city/urban sketches Sagir
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    Awsome soldier SAGIR, your painting is getting more defined. Great Stuff
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