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Thedinomeister: Sketches And Renders

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Guest Skint

Your Akira bike is cool. I guess its personal taste, but I like your hatching and I like seeing all your construction lines and messy sketchiness throughout the piece :D

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Guest Emil Andersson

Looks good! Though, on the first cars, make sure the perspective and degrees are correct on your wheels.

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great stuff...

 

one thing id like to say thogh...

 

i cant really put my finger on it.

 

but something about your sketches.

 

they all feel.......... toy-like.

not in the whole fantasy sci-fi way.

 

but they dont come off as real.

but rather cartoony, toyish.

 

im not sure why though.

 

maybe proportion issue?

 

look into that.

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Guest won-93r

FIRST YEAR BULL S*** lol just kiddn brother yeah your sketches are realli good man. did u do sum sort of drawing cource before doing industrial design??

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FIRST YEAR BULL S*** lol just kiddn brother yeah your sketches are realli good man. did u do sum sort of drawing cource before doing industrial design??

 

I'm in second year now. Class of 2011. I already had drawing experience before I got into ID. I have been drawing since I was a baby. :D I went to community college for 2 years where I took art courses after high school --class of 2005 (I'm turning 21 this Wednesday). I think my biggest leap in improvement really happened just over the last year.

 

here's some more stuff:

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some more stuff... (1st one: i just scanned my drawings as opposed to photographing them like before so now you can see my full page of drawings from before-- not that it matters it just looks better IMO)

 

 

the second one was an earlier attempt at marker rendering.

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Guest sachin

Looking at your ID style sketches, you still need to work on ellipses. Try to aim nailing an ellipse within two passes. It takes a lot of practice to do so, but your wheels will look a lot more confident. I sometimes like to draw dozens of pages of circles, ellipses and straight lines. Its a very helpful exercise in training your arm to your eye.

 

Also, I think hatching and the technique for your hand sketches is the most successful. It looks a lot fresher than your last sketch that featured crazy hatching. Overall I definitely see improvement through practice. Keep up the good work!

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Guest bennybtl

You're really improving, this recent set is looking balanced between control and looseness. You appear to be getting more confident by the restraint you're showing with your markers.

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