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Heres a bike im working on for the Industrial Design of the Week.
Would like to get some fresh eyes on this, and some critiques.
Just an ortho side view.
hm, to make it look interesting you shouldnt pick some ortho perspective.
The Background is far too detailed, the bike is eaten by the BG
The chrome parts schould reflect the background colour
A bike without an engine?
front elipse wheel would be very bad for riding
bike looks like it's fading into background as the nuki said
Update on the piece, Thanks Nuki and Cep for your Crits...
Worked on the motor...
Put less emphasis on the BG...
Reason I chose an ortho view was because that is what was asked for the Industrial Design of the Week, other than that yea i would definitely do a different view...
Last edited by Act.Appalled; November 17th, 2006 at 03:06 AM.
hmm, its missing clear linework/edges to be an industrial design. You should try to create some typical aspects, forms that only this bike has, so its standing out. At the moment it looks like a bike, that wanted to look hellish and a little chopper-ish...but its too decent. Look at other industrial designers work - they got extremely dynamic shapes floating into each other, focal points and smart details.
So dont worry about the image composition at the moment, think about the design itself. Then paint some details you'd like to have, maybe even google for "hellish bike" and search for inspiration.
And best you can do: Listen to music you like will definately help you to keep your lines floating...especially classic music, because theres no drummer distracting the flow...
it's nice dude but it need to be more detaild .... Good Luck