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Guest Miro

Very nice. Better and better every time.

I love that acura. Sleek, sporty. Actually it looks like something Acura would make. Maybe a bit soft on the lines, but still an Acura.

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i honestly cant believe thats only your 3rd sketch....

 

i doubt it.

 

but the 3rd one is a FAR improvement compared to the 1st.

im not sure if the highlights and shadows are exactly "right"

but it sure looks nice

:"]

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Guest fblacka

General Lee ... huh? ;)

nice sketches ... try to draw a bit bigger tho, so u can add some details :)

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i honestly cant believe thats only your 3rd sketch....

 

i doubt it.

 

but the 3rd one is a FAR improvement compared to the 1st.

im not sure if the highlights and shadows are exactly "right"

but it sure looks nice

:"]

 

3rd sketch on my Cintiq. I've been drawing since I could walk. :)

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Guest P3NGU1N

Have you tried to keep the rendering and the background separate yet? I'm not really into the color running into the background look, however, it works for many people.

 

Can't really say much, you seem to be getting use to the cintiq rather quickly between your second and third rendering. I don't like the style in the random sketches, once again, just not for me. Think you're ready to try some perspective? the civic in the first attempt was pretty off. I'm interested to see if it's changed. I haven't dabbled much in digital sketching yet, myself. I think I'm just going to get an intuos3, cintiq is still too expensive for me.

 

Like always, keep sketching!

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I've removed some posts here, cleaned up the topic.

To everybody: Please keep in mind that it's perfectly fine for people to post their opinions and feedback as long as you don't insult anyone. Remember that it's perfectly possible to know what's wrong with images without being able to do it well yourself.. everyone is an art critic, remember.. :)

 

Please keep future feedback on topic.

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To give an example of feedback,

 

Cash68, your sketches are very dynamic, fun to look at, but I think to properly train yourself using a tablet it would be good to try and do some more controlled stuff. I'm thinking of perspectives, constructions, stuff like that.

 

Also, try and work on a higher resolution, try and get the same kind of line thicknesses as you would have in A4 or A3 sized drawings. You'll notice it'll be much easier to get a proper non-messy looking sketch that way.

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Guest iliffe

how long did this take you?

 

The blue blotches along the front and round the side doesnt do anything for it in my opinion.

Are they meant to resemble the road? or drop shadow? its not clear.

 

Whats with the '10th cintiq sketch'? im curious.

 

LEw

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how long did this take you?

 

The blue blotches along the front and round the side doesnt do anything for it in my opinion.

Are they meant to resemble the road? or drop shadow? its not clear.

 

Whats with the '10th cintiq sketch'? im curious.

 

LEw

 

About 4 hours. It's hard to be fast and keep things clean, so I'm trying to keep things cleaner and hopefully speed will come with practice.

 

The blue blotches are just leftover from shading the body. I was thinking about erasing them, but I think I'm kinda done with this sketch. I'm just sick of looking at it, and would rather start something new.

 

10th, because this is the 10th sketch I've done on my Cintiq. I really don't know how else to say that.

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The shading is a little weird since usually you expect the blue (sky) to be on the top surfaces and the beige (ground) to be on the sides - but yours is reversed. For that reason the top render ( the one with no wheels) looks better than the finished version (also why did the side mirrors disappear?). The giant side window is also a little crazy. The belt line is the key to the car and that janky polygon shape kind of kills it. Theres some nice things that it has going for it though so keep working on it.

 

One trick to keep in mind - now that you have a Cintiq you have an undo button. Don't be afraid to do a quick sketch as an underlay then break out some ellipse templates and sweeps to go over and really clean up some killer lines.

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The shading is a little weird since usually you expect the blue (sky) to be on the top surfaces and the beige (ground) to be on the sides - but yours is reversed. For that reason the top render ( the one with no wheels) looks better than the finished version (also why did the side mirrors disappear?). The giant side window is also a little crazy. The belt line is the key to the car and that janky polygon shape kind of kills it. Theres some nice things that it has going for it though so keep working on it.

 

One trick to keep in mind - now that you have a Cintiq you have an undo button. Don't be afraid to do a quick sketch as an underlay then break out some ellipse templates and sweeps to go over and really clean up some killer lines.

 

Yeah, I did that shading on purpose. I was getting bored of the blue sky beige ground thing, so I went with a sunset orange sky with asphalt/dusk ground plane. Just trying to make it a bit more dramatic.

 

I hated the side mirrors, I spent so much time changing them I just ditched them, since I don't see them in other concept sketches.

 

And yeah, I didn't bring my sweeps/ellipse guides home. I should though. :)

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