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didn't want to start another thread, but here is some pencil/marker stuff.

 

 

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Guest A-train

very good sketching style, the presentation is a bit strange, the coloured squares do not bring out the monchrome drawings. I think it would be better is you kept all the squares indigo too.

THe chrome is a bit to screamy, you lose the shape of the product.

 

You are one of the best sketchers on this forum, keep it up

A.

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Guest snugja

Hi. This is a quick sketch/render for a project i am working on. I decided to practice painter some more. any tips, or comments are welcome.

 

 

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Guest Tribaldude

Hey I really like your coloring work its Awesome... I surely must save for a good Wacom soon... anyway I also really like your sketching style kind of a technical approach but i like it...

 

:-)

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Guest snugja

Thanks for the comments. Here's another Sketch/Rendering from the same project.

 

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Guest Gauchito

Spence,

 

You have some amazing skills.

You're definetely as good as I've seen.

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I wouldn't say you have far to go at all. That rendering works as well as any rendering needs to. It may not be as emotional as some renderings where you have a car zooming through the city at night, but for a little thing like that you've done a great job of communicating form, material, and scale. Sometimes going overboard is fun, but what you've got there is really sharp work.

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impressive sketching skills, very communicative.

only crit is that it might be better to replace that dark background behind that pedometer with a lighter one. i mean, avoid placing a dark element in front of a dark background. you want to popup that object and not to merge it with that background, right?

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Guest snugja

Thanks for the comments guys. I may post some more soon.

 

waikit: I will try and fix that background.

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Guest snugja

Here's a quick sketch/render of a truck I drew on the way to school. rendered it later using Painter 8. Again, comments, criticisms, critiques are welcome

 

 

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