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    just plain awesome!! as always

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    What are these concepts for? Practice or work?

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    just practice :-)

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    Those remind me of where I wanted to go with my Paradroid redesigns from Paradroid 64. P90 was more organic. I always find it interesting to see if it's possible to stay within shape and/or feel constrictions while still adding... stuff I want to add. Like panties.

    You're doing the blocky thing so well, and it doesn't feel like you're trying to get quick results with a bunch of random lines either. I tend to 'cheat' by making robotic shapes organic, hiding functionality and sensible shapes under a mush of indecisive goo. Sorry, I think I've ranted about this already.

    One thing to think about is overall shape harmonics and theme. If there's no theme, repeating but changing little shapes, then the design will break apart, like a lego kit built from differently colored bits. All the little shape jaggies also makes the form indecisive and it becomes too much for the human eye to read. I wouldn't say you have much of a problem with it, but I can't help getting a tingling sensation sometimes that you've put arms A on body B.

    I like the Left (flat blocks) and Right (bendy tubes) design on the latest sheet. They're both coherent.

    Watch out with head placement in armoured suits. It helps to just redline in a quick body in another layer and reposition the head (and suit parts) after that.

    Jamen jag tror att han skäms, och har gömt sig. Vårt universum det är en av dom otaliga spermasatser som Herren i sin självhärliga ensamhet har runkat fram för å besudla intet.
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    Hey prom, thanks for your comment
    is very interesting, this latest posts im trying
    to practice how to populate details into the main
    big shapes but like you said without loosing some
    of the mass or form "read"

    i will keep in mind your comments like i always try to do
    again you are big critic of your own work but we all think is awesome
    just remember that

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    You are a source of inspiration. I love how you make it look so easy, and one of the things that I like to see in any concept, the stroke economy, is excellent. I would love if you comment something in my sketchbook and give me some guidance

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    I can't help wonder what they do!
    I try to imagine different scenarios and my mind floats!
    That my friend, is a frikkin' good sign!

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    so are you designing with functionalities in mind? Or are you just playing with shapes until you get something interesting?

    ...interesting nonetheless.

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