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ok seem to be getting the hang of things so heres some more

 

the car is a concept for a City 4x4 to cut down on over sized 4x4 jeeps in small towns with narrow roads.

it was also designed on my Girlfiriends dog "Lucky"

 

also included a Rendering using Tria Markers, bought proudley using the discount provided by this website, along with my student discount i made a big saving, Thanks guys !!

 

by the way im dislexic so sorry for spelling errors in advance.

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This was a Uni project to solve Bike Theft. i came up with a Bike-Nav idea that use's "Hotspots".

its updated via satilite with latest Statistics on crime reports, local cctv in the area and crowed cover.

gives the user a simple Hotspot readout Green = good place to park/store bike, red = high crime, high risk of bike theft.

 

3D modeling and Exploded view created using "Ashlar Cobalt V.8" grpahics and Vectors created using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop

 

the 3rd was a quick sketch i created for a gun, i like the sexy curves.

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This was a Uni project to solve Bike Theft. i came up with a Bike-Nav idea that use's "Hotspots".

its updated via satilite with latest Statistics on crime reports, local cctv in the area and crowed cover.

gives the user a simple Hotspot readout Green = good place to park/store bike, red = high crime, high risk of bike theft.

 

3D modeling and Exploded view created using "Ashlar Cobalt V.8" grpahics and Vectors created using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop

 

the 3rd was a quick sketch i created for a gun, i like the sexy curves.

 

 

 

And the last one is in case someone does actually steal the bike...........?

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This was a Uni project to solve Bike Theft. i came up with a Bike-Nav idea that use's "Hotspots".

its updated via satilite with latest Statistics on crime reports, local cctv in the area and crowed cover.

gives the user a simple Hotspot readout Green = good place to park/store bike, red = high crime, high risk of bike theft.

 

3D modeling and Exploded view created using "Ashlar Cobalt V.8" grpahics and Vectors created using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop

 

the 3rd was a quick sketch i created for a gun, i like the sexy curves.

 

 

 

And the last one is in case someone does actually steal the bike...........?

 

 

Perhaps !

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From what I've seen, you need to practice drawing all sorts of shapes in perspective. You also need to loosen up a good deal. Don't make it messy, but you can work a little faster and still keep it fairly accurate. What's your background?

 

i guess my life or attitude reflets in my work then .. i can be lazy and messy at times, put when push comes to shove i can work really hard at what i do.

Im at University studying "BA HONS Design Communication" im in my 2nd year, and im at the stage where im trying to find "Placement" then i will have my final 3rd year to finish after that. im hoping the placement will help me in desiding what i want to do as a carer, becuase at the moment im at the stage where i love bits of everything and im not sure what Field i want to Aim towards.

Recently i felt i lean more towards the product design side of things. i love the marker renderings, im a bit of an inventor and very Practical, im capable at 3D program, and have good use of photoshop and graphics.

i think whats holding me back is 2 things : 1st is Nervous about life after uni, its scary to think about and i just hope it all goes well, i dont wana end up some bum working in some dead end job for the rest of my life. the 2nd issue which eats away at me all the time and can tend to hold back my potential is .. "Am i any good ?" theres nothing worce than asking myself that question, and it really gets to me at times. makes me nervous about going for a job and if id be able to cope, or the dreaded thought of "turning up to uni and the interview laughing thinking that i just showed him 10yr old stuff"

 

Damm ive got issues !! LOL

Any Advice ??

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i guess my life or attitude reflets in my work then .. i can be lazy and messy at times, put when push comes to shove i can work really hard at what i do.

 

i think whats holding me back is 2 things : 1st is Nervous about life after uni, its scary to think about and i just hope it all goes well, i dont wana end up some bum working in some dead end job for the rest of my life.

 

the 2nd issue which eats away at me all the time and can tend to hold back my potential is .. "Am i any good ?" theres nothing worce than asking myself that question, and it really gets to me at times.

Any Advice ??

 

 

Industrial Design (that's Product design in US-speak) is a great way to have a bright, challenging future. It's one of the hardest working majors, and it will wear you down like you wouldn't believe. If you aren't so good at academics, or sketching, or presenting, then you're ok. AS LONG AS you are willing to work your @$$ off every day to get better.

 

In response to #1: In order to make it in ID, you have to do more than just hope that it all goes well. You have to ensure that all goes well. you need to work on your skills every day, build your portfolio, meet people, practice interviewing, keep contacts, etc. You will have to make yourself appear better than the rest, because that's what they're all doing. Practice all the time and never give up or get complacent.

 

#2 It really doesn't matter whether you think you're any good, because other people's perceptions are likely very different from your own. You need to look good, sound good, appear good, seem good in every way. Then you'll b=have the opportunities to improve yourself. If you sit there and second guess yourself, you're only wasting time that you could be developing a new idea or skill. I've asked myself that question many times - and answered it too. I've realized that my answer means nothing compared to that of a professor, a peer, or a potential employer. They also seem to like the work that I can't stand, or put emphasis on the skills that I tend to ignore. You need to constantly improve everything about yourself, and then you'll be amazed at how easy things come to you. Eventually, you'll find a position or a job or a niche that suits you, and you'll be perfect for it. Until then, be ready to second guess yourself, and worry, and feel like crap. There will always be others who seem better, but that just means you need to work harder.

 

I've been through a lot of the same stuff, but I've worked hard and surrounded myself with people who are willing to help, and who want my help. In this way, we all move forward in our skills.

 

 

Good luck.

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Cheers dude thats some good advice

point is i know where i wana be and il work damm hard to get there !!

 

heres a quick idea concept i had for a CiTi Sport range. not sure how it would work yet.

 

+ im quite new to Marker rendering so bare with me lol

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Same style used for CiTi Truck concept.

 

on another note, ive been working at creating a digital portfolio (.PDF) you can download it on my site at -

 

www.markkeenan-design.co.uk/Portfolio.html

 

feedback welcome.

 

thankyou

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website work im doing as part of my Uni module.

its animated in flash but im not sure how to show an animated preview here, and dont want the bother of uploading to youtube etc. (the grass flows in the wind, and theres some drips on the lines)

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