Artwork from Formlanguage.net - Updated March 10th
Hi there from Darren and Daniel of Form Language studios. To see more artwork, check out our website at
BTW, we are currently available for freelance work.
some examples of our background in classical art
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wonderful work. the arachnid-mobile is fantastic
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Really solid understanding of everything, just wanted to say you guys are amazing with traditional skills and you really rocks; to get more noticed you could add more variety of genres in transports and weapons, currently they seems old designs, i am not say they are not good don't get me wrong here, they are very very solid/amazing/marvelous.
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cool stuff. Love the APC deisgn.
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Good stuff here.
The Arachno-Vehicle looks pretty good, you should tweak it a little more thinking about "functionality" but the idea is pretty cool.
Great technique too..
Saved for inspiration!
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awesome work, very professional. love the weapon design amost, great rendering and layout.
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Thanks for all your responses. We're glad you're enjoying the artwork.
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I really like your first post of the all terrain transport. The design works so well. That cast study is awesome. Brilliant. Can you post more?
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Fuck I love marker rendering. So sad it's gone out
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The last one on the first post is AMAZING. I thought it was a photo.
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yes...old school marker and ink stuff. I love it! Your mechanical designs are inspiring, man. Looking forward to more stuff from you.
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brilliant stuff, dudes, out there
Amazing works!, love your "personal all terrain transport" the most, by originality and functional look
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syd mead comes to mind in a positive way -- great work!!
Fantastic designs and wonderful life studies. Please keep sharing.
Is it just me or is there something a little wrong with the position of the cockpit in the first picture of the first airplane? It seems to be off centered!
man... those classical art pieces are so beautiful. Love em!
wow!!! beautiful stuff! I also really like the name you chose heh, form language.. the language of form is what it's all about !
Love the pencils, and really like the concepts. Got that Popular Science feel to them.
"Everything must serve the idea. The means used to convey the idea should be the simplest and clear. Just what is required. No extra images. To me this is a universal principle of art. Saying as much as possible with a minimum of means."
-John Huston, Director
Amazing work guys. Solid draftsmanship and great designs.
Do you have a studio in Toronto? I'd like to visit if possible.
I love your excellent work
Wow!! great handle on the tradi-style marker work!
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