I agree with the guy on the previous page mate "I want the car!" that there was some very high quality work mate and I thank you for posting. I love the way you see the world both through your art and through the camera lens. There was something just magical about that red door with the distressed brickwork round it, i mean it could be from three hundred years ago or something, it was lost in time.
God I'm being weird again!! I must still be full of that Stella artois Cidre, its not bad that stuff have a go and see if you end up in a field again !! ha ha ha ha.
all the very best to you bud, stay well, keep posting and stay drunk whenever possible.
more.. ok here is something, might be interesting, that i just found the sketches for...
a while ago a development i was doing needed another villa for the bottom of its range to fill up space in a brochure, till something more concrete was made by the architects.
here are the simple ideas i came up with and some cad renders to illustrate. the emphasis was very compact, private, but to feel luxurious, and do it quick.
i admit i had no idea what i was doing and it didnt really come out like modern fresh design at all, but they seem to like it fine.
scarily theyre talking of actually building it: im glad i didnt sign the images so if it falls over im not culpable...
How long did it take you making that set of design? Your skills are really amazing! I can't believe it...
I was mooching around the inter-web and stumbled on this design site and after going through a few pages I decided it was probably right up your street as well buddy have a look. There have been things that made me laugh out loud like the Darth Vader illustration that was made up from from his quotes, through the underwater hotel room (freaky but brilliant!) concept cars from Lambo, Porche, and a Peugeot and the house of the future.
Mann, I love the race tracks. I think you captured a great sense of speed and wonder with these images, exactly the things about sci-fi racing that thrills me, gets my adrenaline rushing despite the fact that I'm only watching it on a screen. So kudos to you.
this amazing... the use of 3D and 2D and holy shittt... HOW?!
this is so amazing, i totally look up to this SB man.. the utilization of tools and creativity and just... completely different style and neatness and bold strength in some design pieces..
it looks like engineering drawings but much more awesome..
thanks for the 'thanks' on my COW posts in my SB that made me feel awesome...
inpsirational SB it is oh my i have to make a new word on the spot to do justice to its glory... Sscrumtrulescent!!!
oh and just realised why I saw things never seen before here, i used your sig's SB link! i susually get her eby other means.. that was page 1?!?!? jesus christ
Hi, I have just seen your sketchbook for the first time (came back here after you have osted on my sb), I am amazed with the body of work you present here.
Lot's of great designs and anyway I am always impressed with 3D stuff, I wished I could do that too, but never really had time to explore the media. The interiors of the spaceships are really incredible and this last design of the boat with the pool is great.
I see you also have some nice photos from Portugal, hope you have enjoyed the holidays(?)!
Hey sir. Long time no see!
Just a question that im sure has been asked before, but its hard to search. What to yo do? When i come in here and look around, i see that you're really just doing whatever the eff you want, haha. And thats super cool. But does this lead right into your job too? Have you managed to find work around your awesome and different ideas? Or is everything in here more of an outlet to let your creativity run wild and cool off outside of work?