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    Latest flying vehicle thumbnails....

    Here are some flying vehicle thumbnails I have been able to squeeze in over the last couple of weeks. The technique is difficult, straight black ink calligraphy pen on white paper. As a result the perspectives are a bit loose and the designs unrefined. The goal was to try and explore many different asthetic forms with the focus being the graphic shapes seen within each design, hence the use of the unforgiving medium. Eventually some of these might make it into "Concept Design 2". I'll probably pick a few to refine and then pop them into some of my environment studies. Also I plan to use a few of these guys for my "How to Draw Vehicles" book which is coming along slowly. Each sketch took about 5 to 10 minutes.

    Anyway, back to work, hope you enjoy.

    Latest flying vehicle thumbnails....

    Latest flying vehicle thumbnails....

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    Soooo many!
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    Hahaha! What a delight! These look so puny and sweet...someone shold make toys of these...

    Awesome work Scott!

    Marko

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    that's awesome, such variety! I really like that you committed to each one, I don't see a single "throw-away" sketch in there.

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    I think you need to do a couple more so you can fully flesh out your ideas...


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    Simply amazing Scott!! I love them. I always enjoy looking at your thumbnails. They all look so clean. So are these "final" thumbnails because they look so clean for sketches? But with your skill level, I'm sure you don't need to leave any sketch or rough outlines behind. Thumbnails in perspective...*bowing down in submission*

    Thanks for the inspiration.

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    goddamn scott. you crush, man.-c36

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    Thanks Gang,

    These were fun to do. I'm looking forward to finding the time to do more on a new subject and to throw down some color on a few of these

    Anh,
    Yes these are finished thumbnails, but remember that a thumbail sketch is just a first cut at a design direction and all of them need refinement if they were to be taken further. They just happen to be clean due to the technique I chose to use.

    cotron,
    I wish I felt the same!

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    Haha. Nice. They're too small though :o
    To summarize the summary of the summary : people are the problem.

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    Amazing! I saw them @ Sijun already.
    What's up with the rating? Probably a mouse wheel accident!?
    I have no better explanation ...

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    Rating it a 5 !
    To summarize the summary of the summary : people are the problem.

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    WoW,just wonderful,Scott!
    Everyone of them!
    Sjajno!

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    Each one is looking great, and to do that in straight ink! Your my hero, Scott.

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    Never stop posting Scott...your work is amazing and inspiring...fantastic

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    man, these are nice. Mr. Robertson, I saw you speak at the College for Creative Studies in 2001, your stuff blows me away.

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