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I am new to this forum and former design, the project has the opportunity of late years,at the Graduate School of Science and Technology Design in Tunis, I designed a perfume bottle for adidas sports inspired by London 2012 Olympic Games, this unique bottle is divided into 2 parts, deodorant and perfume that can be united in a single bottle thanks to the magnetic system, this concept is designed to help athletes to wear their products to cosmetics meet their needs after training and matches, the athlete can take with him the bottle he want or 2 sets ... I hope that the drawings and the concept you like and do not hesitate to criticize thank you ..

LABIDI Amir

 

 

Images Starts at #4th post

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This bottle is designed for athletes left-and right-handed, the spray tip is in the 2-way in front and behind, it means that this bottle was not part of the face and back section, the two sides are similar

 

I hope you liked the design and thank you to criticize

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Ill delete the post..,,why person doesn't answer me, if you dont likes the Project ....write that you dont like ...so you gaves me opportunity for reexploring rue idea

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Yeah unfortunately the forums haven't been all that active lately and I know it can be a bit frustrating at times when people don't offer any feedback so I'll throw in my two cents.

 

I think the concept is interesting and the form works well with the Adidas branding but the product is lacking a bit of detail and the renderings aren't really doing it much justice. I think with a bit of work you could have a nicely detailed product though.

 

As far as your sketches go they look a bit overworked. Try cleaning them up a bit by using fewer line strokes and concentrate on your line weight. The same can also be said about your rendering technique. Unless you are prepared to create very tight, clean sketch renderings I would suggest that you try and keep the color to a minimum.

 

In regards to your cad renderings, they are giving off some strange reflections and the quality of them isn't that great unfortunately which is detracting from your product. What software are you using for your renderings? Perhaps if you played around with the lights and material settings you might be able to get some better results.

 

Anyways I didn't mean to tear apart your whole presentation, and I hope I don't discourage you, I am just trying to give you some honest feedback in the hopes of pointing you in the right direction.

 

Good luck

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thank you for your reply, I am glad of your criticism, like that I will have the opportunity to know that I lack and mistakes that I have to avoid,

I started the product design 2 years ago excluding holidays and days of the revolution in our country (Tunisia)

in these 2 years I am committed to teach me to draw then study the approach to design, color science, manufacturing methods, materials, graphics, graphic tablet, modeling, painting ...

it is a very short compared to the discipline of design and i need more work,

I use 3ds max in renderings and sketchbook for my sketchs

 

can you guide me a bit on how I can improve my drawings and lines, and how I can improve the conceptual approach and methods refexions in a design project?

thank you very much

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As far as improving your sketching and rendering goes I would recommend you check out a couple of good sites

 

http://www.designertechniques.com/

http://sketchology.blogspot.com/

http://www.idsketching.com/

 

And for rendering and more industrial design inspiration check out these

 

http://www.drawthrough.com/

http://husseindesign.deviantart.com/

http://www.coroflot.com (check out portfolios)

http://www.cardesignnews.com (also check out portfolios)

 

You can also simply do a image search on google for "industrial design sketches"

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Shows no form development, sketches are too busy/sketchy, not clean. There's no primer on why you are doing what you are doing, or what the goal was. The renderings are kind of bad, they look like something from the early 90s, they're too reflective. What software are you using?

 

Pluses: Great job translating your sketch to CAD! Solid!

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