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    peah!

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    cars

    cars ı lıke thıs my car sketchs fast sketch fast fast 30 min -15min -10min
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    Quote Originally Posted by destinyapocalypse
    five.hehe
    five.
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    hey, good start.. it seems like your into car design.. stick with that and hone your skill... your creating some nice shapes but dont be affraid to explore... Get onto some of the top car designer websites and see what their doing...The other atuff is basically learning and understanding the fundamentals.. Keep at it
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    Prolific! That's good. Keep pushing yourself! I like the cars.

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    dude you rock! Your designs are great. It was a pleasure to watch them.

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    pretty cool stuff you got here keep it up i like some of your car designs

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    i am a sucker for cars. u have some really good forms/designs. your rendering of them reads well but it feels a bit rough. i would love to see u take your fav design and push it toward realism. as for the wheels, i am a sucker for distortion as well, esp w wheels on cars. =D it looks like u have a general understanding of how elipses work w vanishing points and i like that u are pushing distortion however i think on many of your rear wheels they are not reading as you may have intended. unless it is part of your design and its some crazy new technology, the rear wheels usually stay in line w the car while the frotn wheels u can push and distort turning radius etc. anyway badass stuff here. i think your work is goign to be something really eye appealing in the future. do as many studies as u can on life and what is real, then take what u know and push your style to the limits.

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    first work

    hello ever 1 thıs ıs me *****

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    Dude, reconsider your title man! I wish I could draw like you, one thing I noticed though is some of your cars tires are sunk into the side of the car. How's it suppose to move if the tires don't touch the ground? Try dropping some of the tires and adding some buffer room. Even low riders have more space than that between them and the ground.
    I think the problem with pen&ink is that there is no Ctrl+z command.

    writers and artists have a lot in common -- we both draw from life, we both paint pictures, and we'll both spend to many sleepless nights on our work.


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    nice job .it is a great begain. keep it up .and a small suggestion , when u learn another people keep u style ,because see u work let me relax.
    keep up !!!

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    You're willing to experiment and try out many different poses, and I personally think that's a very good trait.

    Just get the basic proportions drilled into yourself and I think you're sweet.

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    agreeing with jeri, try some proper perspective studies, they'll help your cars gain form tons.
    peace

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    Thanks for stopping by my SB. It's a good start that you've got going. You should try to do some colored versions of the cars. I'll keep an eye out for your updates.

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    good start for draw.... and nice job... ı hope you getting better soon...
    but nice perspective and view my friend...

    what about 3d effect and colourful image ? you should try some 3d effect on it... ı gueess you can catch much more effect like that way... thats only a my propose....

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    That last sketch is pretty nice! like the mood in it.
    I also like the cardesign but i agree with everyone else. try some proper perspectives. u dont need to draw guidelines all the time but try it out some few times and it will help your designs very much in the future!

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