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Found this fun one i did. this was for a presentation so the scale is big. . . my friends called it the devil's pedometer.

 

Some more from the same project . .

 

 

 

More more more. . .

 

 

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Guest snugja

Yeah, I do my linework on the tablet some times and sometimes by hand. for those, it was done with the tablet.

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mate...what can i say...only one thing...very good skills u have ...main industrial products...but car is a little strange...he looks like thing from eighty years...:)good luck in nexts projects

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I am amazed that you can get that level of line control in painter. The lines look like StudioTools lines.

 

I would love to know what methods you use to get such clean line quality.

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Guest snugja

I usually use the fine tip detail air for the line work and lots of undoing and redoing till I get it the way you want. I draw with my shoulder and that helps alot.

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Guest snugja

mmm sketch from the ol' sketchbook... mmm cars. and a foot on the subway.

 

sketchfg4.jpg

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Really nice, have you noticed how your perspective sketches are much better than your profile ones? Try to keep the think black lines to a minimum on those profiles, they seem to overpower the whole sketch and make it kind of flat.

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oh yeah those are a little older. . . but I will keep that in mind. thanks.

 

some more. . . .

 

sketch2tl9.jpg

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thanks i will definately keep that in mind. I believe designers should always be willing to push themselves more and never settle for their current level. I have another 2 years in school, so I have alot to learn.

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