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palladium - thanks man i'll work on that.
black-swan - hey swan. thanks for the support. i haven't gone yet eather. hopefully i can get to the one next month
KB - thanks dude!
Benedikt - haha thanks
Candra H - thanks Candra, lucks always helpful
Nice work! There's certainly some real killer stuff here I must say, your environmental digital work for example! I get very inspired by the huge amount of studies that you post. As far as crit goes all I have to say is that maybe some of your traditional stuff could use just a tad more contrast. Other than that - grrreeeeeaaat work!!! Keep it up!
Loving those perspective sketches, good draugtmanship. I always see the construction of those drawings as a design itself. Awesome sketchbook man, I'll be back!
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kickass work Chris sorry i've been MIA
Braydan - cheers dude, i agree there is so much beauty in construction, i think you kinda need to be some what knowledgeable to fully appreciate it.
Yemi - Don't worry dude, as long as your still in the fight
Your work is really interesting ( airplane, character). Good work !!
Wow Chris, that's a lot of beautiful stuff.
I wasn't expecting so much construction - thought you mentioned you were the right-brainer!. I'm hoping to see some finished airplane or building designs. All work and no play? You did mention some mysterious project work....
Just wondering- are you using any specific reference for the industrial design-kind-of- construction and perspective? Looks great. I've been going through some Scott Robertsons youtube videos but I think you've got a more elaborate resource.
I'm noticing in posts #486 and #485 you've got objects touching the top border of the image. Kind of cramps up the composition and makes the environment look less spacious.
Anyways just teasing you and hoping to see more!
Hey Anthis, thanks for stopping by dude. Yeah i did say that, i think you have to think very holistically and abstractly when working this way (it probably doesn't look like it) form me its all about trying to think of a cool design/form then work out the best way to build it in 3d; that and this way seems to be a faster way of studying to get to the level i wanna be at. Yeah just anything Scott Robertson related is the way to go; how to draw and his gnomon dvd's are great. when you develop a basic way of understanding this method you can use photography, models, manuals and just about anything can be used as a resource to learn from to learn from. However i've compiled a lot of books and other references but now how to draw is out that is the way to go. I see what you mean about the tangents now; i'll sort them out cheers dude.
Great work ethic, some nice work on perspective and construction. When you get onto studying anatomy thinking in terms of 3D will serve you well, great working method you're developing. Keep up the good work
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Those are some awesome perspective study, also thanks for reminding me i should do more instead of ignoring them along with hands and feet haha. Also, make sure your not simply copying, but sort of re-inventing it. Keep it up!
Spare the rod, spoil the child.
those circles...°-° very impressive linework! i also like the colored one, with the burning stuff, especially the sky
http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=271143 <- Sketchbook >¦¬D
Dang!! I'm blown away by your perspective studies. Looks like awesome memory/brain-gymnastics. Have you tried constructing a scene in fish-eye perspective?
I also really like the enviro. The warm on cold is delicious. I also kinda liked how you had castshadows break up the groundplane. Maybe experiment a bit more with it in your current composition? I think it could really push the piece.
Thanks for sharing!
DefiledVisions - Thanks dude; nah i'm yet too warp the perspective much, i wanna really nail the basics before i push on to that stuff. I'll try to strengthen the comp a little thanks man.
Thanks man, yeah Scott is a big inspiration to me, i try to understand the ideas and then tweak the studies to make sure i'm not just copying what is in his examples, but rather the essential tools. At least most of the time thanks.
just some stuff mostly boring perspective haha
add a little more bright colors to the sketches it feels a way too dull so far still a good concept
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This really is some amazing stuff man. Good job ob it all. The perspective stuff is amazing.