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    Post pamukluprenses' Sketchbook [design sketching, figure and life]

    Industrial Design student here,

    Tried to be a lurker but updating SB is hard for a lazy person like me..

    Will put more product sketches lately, thanks for stopping by.

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    Pencil drawings from life..



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    thank you for stopping by my sketchbook!

    you're busy with anatomy studies, too! that's great!
    they seem to be a bit washed out - i don't know if you need a bit more contrast in your drawings or if that's due to your scanner...



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    @katinki: Yes, scanner show them brighter than they really are, couldn't fix that..

    Some section drawings..



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    Some torso studies with pencil and acrylics (first try)










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    Regular updates on a yearly basis...

    Here are some random Loomis sketches..













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    Product sketches for design presentation course.. Here is a hot melt glue gun.









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    Canon 1000d Sketches.



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    Marker rendering:










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    Some fauna..





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    I like your sketches! You should not have been lurking so long. I want to see more!

    I'm not small, I'm efficiently packed!

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    Random drawings, almost gestural..






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    Again for design presentation course, grasshopper was my subject.











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    Some loomis..









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    Again some loomis..







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    Really nice antomy sketches, the loomis figures for movement´s are especially well done, great lines, and i think i see some bridgeman aswell. It´s good to mix between those two, so you won´t be stuck doing the same style
    Keep up the good work!!

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    @DK_sketch: Thanks, the skeleton looks like bridgeman but from loomis as well. Though I studied Bridgeman too

    Here's a very quick sketch, depicting two eggs on a mirror, studied it before in pencils at #2.

    I should be exercising with tablet..




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    Quick sketches



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    nice paintings i like your object paint jobs.what u use while paint them ?

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    Nice SB here I like the recent portrait doodle on this last post. A lot of your rendered pieces pop right off the page, more more more !

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    Thanks for those comments.. Product sketches are rendered with markers mainly. Really makes it quick. Some coloured pencils are also used to add depth and so, I like to use Derwent and Karismacolor. And some white and black pen adds shadows and highlights.


    Here are some figures from imagination. Gestures and proportions were the main concern..










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    Here are some nose studies from self, i like the first one best,

    And the faces are from the gnomon dvd of david finch, head i guess.













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    Hey man, as a former Industrial Design student (and now professional product designer) I'm obligated to bust your ball and kindly remind you to watch your wonky perspective, especially in those camera sketches!

    Anyway, whats up, are you still a student? I like your style man, espec those sketches of the guy with the beard.

    And do be sure to check out my sketchbook if you have time!
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