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Hey guys. I notice how much help this forum gives to people and I may need some help...

 

Just tell me what you think

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Guest Taro

welcome austin!

 

how old are you?

 

the very obvious advice that I can give you right now is to abuse guidelines more. Or simply, draw the cars very very light before you actually start to darken it. Make sure that it looks RIGHT before anything.

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welcome austin!

 

how old are you?

 

the very obvious advice that I can give you right now is to abuse guidelines more. Or simply, draw the cars very very light before you actually start to darken it. Make sure that it looks RIGHT before anything.

 

I just turned 15, thanks!

 

A more recent sketch...

 

All pen, it's a studebaker

 

 

I hope for some really tough critique! Give me all you got! I know that the rear window should be curving more to show the curve on the roof, but hey!

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Guest Gringoire

I don't think you should ask such a question... Progress is a slow process... it'll take serious time... don't try to haste it... but try to make it happen... I don't see any progress but some minor changes you made.... if there are any... Here's what... browse the forum... you'll find a lot of interesting and useful things... Your style is a little strange... I mean the cars you drew look a bit weird... Try making some simple cars... eg: range rover... an older edition ... idk... grand cherookie or whatever... It has a clean design with simple lines.... this to practice some perspective... Or start with the basics... lines cubes... etc

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I don't think you should ask such a question... Progress is a slow process... it'll take serious time... don't try to haste it... but try to make it happen... I don't see any progress but some minor changes you made.... if there are any... Here's what... browse the forum... you'll find a lot of interesting and useful things... Your style is a little strange... I mean the cars you drew look a bit weird... Try making some simple cars... eg: range rover... an older edition ... idk... grand cherookie or whatever... It has a clean design with simple lines.... this to practice some perspective... Or start with the basics... lines cubes... etc

 

 

Thanks for the comment and will do!

 

"I don't see any progress but some minor changes you made"- What do you mean by this? On the stude's design or the progress from the older sketches to the stude'?

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Guest Gringoire

The stude's design... but I don't think this sentence is so important... You should focus on your tasks... not on what people observe at your works.... (the tiny things... )

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The stude's design... but I don't think this sentence is so important... You should focus on your tasks... not on what people observe at your works.... (the tiny things... )

 

Well I gotcha, I just wanted to know what you were saying.

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Guest MajknowsNothing

kinda the same thing i need to work on.. which is perspective.. its easily noticeable by looking at the windscreen on most of your sketches

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Guest NelsonDesign

Some practice, Land rover, shapes, ellipses ETC.

 

The front wheel on the Rover is turned.

 

Any suggestions?

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you obviously dont understand how shadows work.

Its ok though i didnt either when i first started.

 

Ill show u a quick demo of the basic principles of light and shadow.

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you obviously dont understand how shadows work.

Its ok though i didnt either when i first started.

 

Ill show u a quick demo of the basic principles of light and shadow.

 

Thanks for the demo ahead of time. I'm amazed at how fast comments come here.

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you obviously dont understand how shadows work.

Its ok though i didnt either when i first started.

 

Ill show u a quick demo of the basic principles of light and shadow.

 

Thanks for the help, I'll practice that

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Guest NelsonDesign

Cylinder shading maybe a bit better?

 

 

Any suggestions are greatly appreciated :)

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