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Nice stuff here, but try and get your perspective down correctly, they are slightly off in some areas, but good sketches....
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nice stuff - i look forward to seeing more!
February 26th, 2006 #9
perspective - i know. mostly end up skecthing in isometric for layout + setdressing plans - cuts down on confusion. Not an excuse, just drawings are not really done for presentation, just to give the art director/set decorator/art school student working for free enough info to put everything in the right place.
never usually get enough time to place grids, so everything is done on the fly, and ends up kinda bendy - live in a world with bugger all prep, and directors who fall out of their chairs if you pull out a drawing, so get a bit lazy.
I guess that's what CA is for - practise.
rob-ot, lovin your sketches in the dsg, solid style
edit - just looked at ur stuff warhead - nice 3 point stuff going on. mr mead would be proud
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followed the link in your sig
enjoying the atmosphere of your recent building sketches,they feel both open and busy, is nice, cant wait to see them coloured if you still plan too. ^^
like the concept for dsg 1030 but took me a while to work out what was in the cockpit, you linework is much cleaner in the other pieces ;(.
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