Anytime dude, youre deffo on the right track!
Yep all sorts of stuff; I have a very short attention span... too short to really master any single thing, but I see the work of Syd Mead and want to do then Bumskee then Kareem Iliya then William B Hand, and Coro and so on...
they all have studying for years in common..
more random study- 30 second posemaniacs are HARD!.. i seem to have to put lots of scribbly lines down instead of one or two correct ones so it all looks messy and ugly... still a looong way to go...
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Thanks for the comment mate. That's great to know because I thought they were a lot more interesting than the design that was chosen... But hey such is life I love your SB everything looks so clean and shiny!
regarding loomis, some people swear by it while others have difficulty. it was the first thing that was thrust into my hands when i began my design/drawing course. i learnt the stick figures book. it was useful for about a month, but further into those books i found it hard to follow. but it's definately an industry standard kind of thing.
just don't use the stick figures to help draw real people. it doesn't really work well.
join to me to make beautiful drawings.
These architectural designs, paintings, drawings are
beyond my concept of understanding. I am just amazed
by your talent, you posted so much work at once, so many
information and eye candy blow my mind open. Thank you for
Oh, and those huge building concepts, the ones that can be seen
from outer space , wow man, just wow, I like to see things like that one is.
Keep it up like this, we will be in touch.
Hey thanks for the comment on my sb...and wow. I'm browsing through here with a crazy grin, this is awesome stuff! I love love love the sketches on scrap paper with weird technical stuff mixed in. Love your diamondy use of geometry, too, and those car sketches are killer. I'll definitely be checking back in.
Ismo: thank you dude. give it a go, we all use buildings so everyone has something to say about their design!
Partisan: big thanks man! awesome SB, i love your process shots; the design stays so fluid as you build it up. really interesting.
Catish: yeah i get what you mean about a disconnect between his words and drawings; like its all simple up to a point and then he makes a leap to something that looks really good and it can be hard to follow. makes you amazing at drawing old 'lunkheads' though eh
And All That Jazz: thankyou man! tell you what i like is the mix of abstract and realistic, like this bizarre -thing- is actually sitting there in front of you... im sure as utility fog technology ramps up there will be all kinds of braintwistingly absract looking things floating about... imagine what the average joe would do with reality-hacking tech...
Snake: you the man, thank you for looking in here! ill have a look at some more giant buildings, theyre a great theme. the cubes are so tall that the tops rise out of the atmosphere for amazing penthouse estate views and ship landing, but normal matter could not sustain the structures weight. Greg suggested they could be held together by somehow utilising the weak nuclear force to bind the support material together and hold the weight of 100,000,000 people and all their stuff.. id like to do a view out accross one of the interior voids, itd be brainbending!
Ive attached some old sketches of some REALLY big engineering below...
seili: thankyou!! the plans were the only paper i had around but it was nice to draw on as you could fold it up like a map and carry it about. try it out!
here are some more 30s and 5min biro crimes against figure sketching (im thinking of buying a book on this, any suggestions?) and some doodles of a ufo after watching nutty ufo docs on youtube.
The sketches are very stiff and ugly, Im going to work on it..
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the cubes are so tall that the tops rise out of the atmosphere for amazing penthouse estate views and ship landing, but normal matter could not sustain the structures weight. Greg suggested they could be held together by somehow utilising the weak nuclear force to bind the support material together and hold the weight of 100,000,000 people and all their stuff.. id like to do a view out accross one of the interior voids, itd be brainbending!
wow, slow down there, just too much information for my little brain.
Man, interesting new (old) ones that you posted, i refreshed my mental state again.