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Guest Phart

hello everybody,

 

some time ago I did some useful posting. I am trying to improve my sketching abilities by hand and by computer. In the upcoming weeks I will make drawings of some random projects. This time I chose printers. I hope people can give some feedback. How can I improve my sketches?

 

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Patrick

 

Visit www.patrickhartog.com

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Guest Kaiyuan

Nice sketches and renderings.

 

All I can say is that I notice that you don't have a light source. Give your renders a light source and it the form will read better.

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Guest Phart

Thanks for the advice, for my next sketch I will add a light source. You're right, a light source is basic drawing, stupid I didn't thought of that.

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Guest Phart

Here is a sketch I made before. I draw a lot of cars, but I never let them shine! I really wanted to make a car whole the way in Photoshop. This is the result.

 

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Guest Phart

I know I reply a lot, but here is another one. I hope there is some improvement every time, but I have the feeling I am stuck in a certain style and I cannot get out of it, AAARggg!!! Here I tried to combine some marker work with photoshop. Please give me tips! Thanks

 

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Guest Phart

Here are also some sketches I did about a year ago. These are some idea sketches for my graduation project. I designed a office desk at Richard Hutten Studio.

 

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Guest Taro

i think for your computer stuff, you should attempt different texture or brushes or w/e.

 

Because the printer, car, second printer, thrid so on, all have the same surface look to it. And I guess when your sketching ability is really good already, you could work on making them more realistic?

 

i really like your sketches of those tables, yet they are like a yr old you said? so nothing anyone can say about how to improve those ones.

 

btw, do you know how to use 3D modelling programs?

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Guest Phart

Thanks for the advice taro, I will play with the textures and brushes. I still have to find my way in painter and I know you have a lot of brushes there, so maybe I can experiment there.

 

btw, do you know how to use 3D modelling programs?

 

I know how to use 3d modelling programs. At my university I learned Solidworks, and I used this a lot in practice. But lately I also love to use rhino and rendering in vray. On my website you can see some 3d stuff of different projects.

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For now, I think this is gonna be the last printer sketch, I have to find a new subject. With this sketch I tried to play a little bit with textures in the surface, maybe it's not enough. I am going to search some inspirational material to try some styles.

 

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Here is another printer, but yes, this is the last one. This printer can be mounted on the wall. This time I used some markers. What do you think?

 

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Guest orak10

I think they're excellent, I would love for someone to teach me to draw like that.

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Some new sketches, this time some shavers, The last one I touched up a bit in Photoshop.

 

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