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Last edited by OneBigCelt; February 19th, 2003 at 09:01 PM.
Looks good !
Try to bring in more contrast into the drawings, darker shadows.
Also watch out your perspective and symmetry, it is off in some of your drawings. Especially in the last three.
the design of that last one is really cool. i can imagine people cruising around the streets in that in a few years.
Hey big celt,
I suggest you invest in a nice set of industrial grey to black markers. The way a lot of designers in the industry work is to start with 10-30% marks to lay down shapes and values first. From that, you pull out the forms you want...wheels, wings, guns, etc.
After determining the shape, you might add in the line work and details. Look at some of the way Feng and Spinefinger render their machine and vehicle pics. I know you're just working on sketches...but it's not a bad idea to bring a couple of them to a certain level of finish.
cool sketches man. i think you should try doing a few as good copies, to work on cleanup, and line quality...etc
like jaymz said "bring em to a certain level of finish."
When I looked at the first picture it reminded me allot of a sketch I did a few months ago. They seem very closely related and yet I have never seen your work before...weird.
Heres the sketch from my book.
Hey Slater thats pretty cool, I was thinking about some type of underwater design when I did mine what the inspiration for yours...
Hey Jaymz, I will definatly check Feng out again and I'll get some more markers I jsut started playing with them but I bought a 30,70,90% markers ... I'll go get the 10 and 20 % I'm sure that will help even more
Thanx BigCelt, the idea for mine was like a personal hellicopter.
...TRY a perspective point, or two.