these are fuckin sweet man... thanks for posting these here!
i love all of it, very tight work!
bigger fan of your rougher sketches...I sometimes find a very polished piece trades an emotional bond for detail
"bigger fan of your rougher sketches...I sometimes find a very polished piece trades an emotional bond for detail"
I know it. A lot of these had to be detailed so there was no question in clients minds about the surfaces or materials, but youre dead right its easy to overwork something and make it a bit dead.
Darren your landscapes are reeally nice man.
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I think that your designs are very cool. I especially like those watches.
A lot of moodiness comes across in the watch rendering, but at the same time they still are very informational regarding material changes.
I am in school for Industrial Design so I really appreciate all of this work you have done and I hope someday I get to your level.
These are by my excellent pal Jam; he's a superb cartoonist and character design guy. These are part of our on going project to bring Cordwainer Smith to screen.
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Hey thanks James! Your work is bananas man.
Heres one of a load of plane interiors for fun, to maybe drum up some work. The silly doors were a last minute thing so kinda out of theme with the rest of it, but Id keep them if it were my jet.
Private jet interiors are magnificent!
enjoying the scenery
Usually, i'm not a fan of concept car design but some of yours blow my mind. I love the bus, looks like a mix between a Beluga and and old locomotive. Love the train too.
Thanks guys! Heres the same interior from the other end and some other crap.
These really all show a remarkable sense of craft and a real comfort with a wide variety of subjects and media. It's very professional with a level of solidity to it not often seen. My only criticism was with some minor elements of your first aircraft design, Pinkjet4sm.jpg, but what I first took for an implausible placement of the side windows turned out to be me misinterpreting your use of angled windows. Very interesting- thank you for sharing.
Hey thanks Malaveldt!
You talk like a designer, what do you do?
EDIT you are! I love your spaceships you nut.
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Fine clocks show destination and departure time zones. Flying south means they are in sync.
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FUCKING HELL! YEH BABY BRING ON THAT SHIZZLE! O.O OMFG! so FRIKKIN sweet! You own bigtime!
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Wow! That looks great! But it looks like a lot of work!!!
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