[ If you like, toss a tiny figure in there somewhere to suggest scale. ]
[ Or not. ]
[ It's caj. ]
Sci-Fi Enviro HUGE HOLDING TANK IS TOPPED W/ ELEGANT & JUMBLED TECH MIX
My tech jumble could be better.
Last edited by reaxion; April 16th, 2010 at 12:28 AM.
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Gave it a second try
hamsta- I have no idea! I thought 'casual'. I think your tank looks somewhat like a normal water tower, but bigger. Which, to me, doesn't fit proportionally. I think the car is a small masterpiece.
Brand X - I really like the distant constructions and tech to the left. Some really smart brushwork there. The smaller tanks seem to be 'quickies' and don't quite follow the perspective in the rest of your piece.
reaxion - Think your 'tech mix' is strongest so far, nice shapes. I like the text on those tanks (what font? ), but it doesn't quite follow the perspective of the floor (since you indicated it is a round tank). Bit of a detail, perhaps.
j.s. sabastian - Very strong and dramatic, and some crazy shapes. Think you did a nice job pulling the viewers eye to the focal point using detail and line weight.
hey everyone. this is my first post here, and I thought I would give sharing a try. this is a 20 minute marker drawing I did this afternoon after seeing this thread. let me know what you think.
Didn't stick to the suggestion exactly, might do a little more to it. very quick sketch.
Anthis Heh, I also thought casual. And Cajun.
I like your colors, looks like cherry flavored kool-aid. The complimentary green is also a good call. I'm not sure about the grey stairs, I think they should get some of the red glow.
I also like the way you handled the highlight, it has character.
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Really putting the "sketch" in DSG today.
I kinda got carried away.
Time: 2 hours.
Here's a quickie for y'all.