Dude, your awesome! I'm totally inspired to learn 3ds max! Your architectural visualizations are really inspiring.. i want to see them high res, full screen, 1000 pixels wide! Figures are looking good too, lots of energy in the linework! Keep Rockin!
Kapowell: I have to come clean, the house is the work of my most excellent sister. she's gone off on some adventure but manages to draw really high quality funny stuff.. no idea how i have to be alone for a week to do anything that gets me interested hehe.. ill come back to the worlds fair thing i reckon that NeoVictorian Neal Stephenson vibe is pretty good fun... less clanking steam than brass wood and structural diamond..
skMOP Ha I will try! facebook hates thamt and keeps busting me! thanks!
Colin: Do it man. If I can give any pointers its the least i can do; you can obviously see how much of an inspiration your lines have been over the past few weeks... i would never have got into the drawing without seeing it done so well i dont think..
re 3d, i still have no idea how to model anything other than simple shapes based on cuboids and bevels, its all about sorting it in photoshop!
Here are some high res pics ones you might not have seen. from last year.. vehicles rather than architecture though...
id love to do more... maybe one day someone will need a space yacht doing hehe
this isnt how real car design is done by they way they sketch it out and then build it alias and render in bunkspeed... check out recent ford concept car interiors for some amazing shapes and forms designed this way
A few pages back you were asking about integration of the human form into your concepts, I was thinking maybe some weird spacey new age stuff, like a Alex Grey- 2001 Space Odyssey hybrid. Really unsure how you go about doing that stuff though.
Umbravita: Thanks man! thats a good call. I reckon lose the sleeve, neaten it up, vector and its there!
Sid: thank you man, im a huge fan of your work thank you very much for dropping by!
GEB C-c-c-c-cawll the ccccopssss!
Ryan: I PM'd. Muchos gracias for your help so far
Jaunay: hes a funny odl boy alright...
that link is bananas, im all over it like a rash.
Why not ask Dark Eyes, his sketches are just insanely good. Like poems of lines.
keep in touch
heres some more 10 min creatures, a 30 min study and the beginning of a landscape study, both from my buddy Johns holiday to Hungary.
i thought that place was all concrete and piss and plastic bags caught on barb wire, but it looks super nice. I might go on a drawing mission...
Last edited by Velocity Kendall; February 11th, 2011 at 02:12 AM.
ooOO! the latest enviros are a refreshing shift from the typical sci-fi-esque style in CA..not that that's a bad thing, just at a certain point i wanna see some different, fresh perspective, and you continue to provide that
so thank you
and i kow the pencils are just sketches, they look great btw..but i'd like to see you push those to a more complete state - for your own knowledge, and just to see your take on it!
great stuff from imagination and some interesting quick animal sketches. They have that certain thing I'm always trying to achieve from my quick sketches - a look of spontaneity and immediacy. Definitely more of those please!
thank you dudes! im replying in your threads in a secondo
some doodles from my book.
still new to all this pen shading malarky, need a lorra lorra practice
and a birthday thing for my friend sam, which ive owed him for years, of his two little girls
what do you think, mileage? its a nontrivial problem to make it not look like theyre riding a massive cock, which is not the look im going for really...
Last edited by Velocity Kendall; February 14th, 2011 at 05:36 AM.
LOL! the perspective is def interesting, however i wish you would emphasize the characters a little more, they're a little too small for the composition IMO, but the newest update is looking great, keep chuggin along!