Hello there, saw some of your art a while back, lost the link soon after and have been looking ever since lol. I absolutely love the work you have done but in particular the way you manage to do the whole coloring side of things. Please share how on earth you manage to do this, I am very new to this whole 3 d, sketchup scene but it has now opened doors in my interest in doing art as a hobby.
The whole retro but modern theme is something I am really interested in and your art gives me the kick in the pants to keep trying, I just joined today so please check my art out if you like - not in the same league as you but we have to have dreams dont we ? lol, ok I will leave you alone now, please keep doing what you do, and please if time permits one day, how on earth do you get so much colour and warmth into those pictures, cheers for now
ixlrlxi, I was really hoping you could send some front sides and top for either the hover bike or the Heavy! I'm building my demo reel to graduate from a modeling school and I would love to build either one of those for my reel. I need to know soon though. Please message me back! Thanks!
xlrlxi - let me tell you I am blown away by what you are doing here. You just about stopped my heart. The retro future nod, the water color appearence.
More than that, it is the clarity of design. Much of the Sketch-up stuff I see is very busy, like the Transformer designs in the movies.
I shared this with some fellow illustrators like Greg Manchess, Stephan Martinere and Tony DiTerlizzi and we are all very impressed.
Can you give me an idea of how long one of these takes you? I am just now messing with Sketch-up to import into some of my illustration work, and it is slow process for me at the moment. I'd love to know long it takes a master of the craft like you to accomplish one of these things.
Thanks, Scott Fischer
ME wee little- always in need of updating, website.