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    Sketch - Grobyc - Architectural

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    Architectural hand drawings, please leave critique :]


    Starting with a few projects, these were actually done freehand save a few construction lines to get my dimensions


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    here comes the sketchbook

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    Der class man,love the wood flooring in d first 1,very neat 4 freehand

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    keelman, thanks, thats what different pencils do for you, The wood grain was done with a .3 HB and the rest of the lines were done with a 2B, construction lines (theyre hard to see) were done with a 2H

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    Nice sketches man,love d writing dats with them,dey done with ink or pencils?,I hav sum more sketches up if u wana look

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    looks fine, definitley!

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    keelman91: Ink, i filled an entire sketchbook with pencil since feb but my scanner sucks and often doesnt pick up the whole page, so ill upload those later, that sketchbook i posted i just bought on Wednesday but i plan on ink with every page

    HerrleerzeichenS: Thanks man

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    Loving the line style. Very nifty. Really like the little panels with the abstraction of the orchid. Can't wait to see more!

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    Freddy Scribbles: thanks man, i have an older sketchbook i might up soon, and a few more pages from this one, i just got it on thurs so it's still relatively new

    first page, inverted cause i thought it looked cool lol..
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    just something i drew after watching plague dogs, highly recommend it

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    a few sketches from last night, trying to work out some parasitic aspect to this orchid loft

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    some drawings from earlier, got my idea worked out

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    Crop those scans!

    Cross those lines! Endpoints traverse each other! Some of yours don't even meet. Even for quick sketching it's good practice to anchor the line where it begins and terminates. We all struggle with that. (This is really a critique for me, I'm just sharing it with you haha)

    Everything else is fine.

    Study Habitat 67 if you aren't already.

    Proceed!
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    Really neat stuff here. I'm afraid most of the architectural stuff is above my head, but nevertheless it's fun to look at and gets me interested in something I don't normally get exposed to. I really like the designs you've created in the middle image in post #12 (Orchid, vine, system).

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    Ian E:Ha i'd love to crop them, but my comp that scans is running Ubuntu and i don't even know what the photoshop / paint equivalent is (im sure it'll take all of 3 seconds to figure out, i'm being lazy) and Fish mentioned that to me the other day, wish i checked it sooner would've saved me some time on the parasitic climate zones shown in that middle pic on #12, i must be getting lazy with the line crossings, im usually pretty good about it but some of my more fragile sketches waver!! thanks for the crit

    AmandaMyers:Thanks, ya i like that page also considering that particular piece of my current project was giving me some trouble up until a few hours ago when i drew it!

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