Classwork - Effective Vehicle Design
Woohoo!! It's Friday! And y'all already know what that means... And if you do, let me know, because I have no idea. All I know is, that I'm working my way through the curriculum, one jolly assignment at a time. Here's my classwork for @shanehunt's Effective Vehicle Design class, Assignment 1, parts 1 & 2.
I'll update the thread as I get deeper into the class.
Thanks for checking it out. And, as always, any constructive criticism is very much appreciated.
Jim Algar last edited by
Love it love it love it! You're pulling out some awesome shapes and the linework is really nice.
@Jim-Algar Hey, Jim... Thanks much for taking the time to comment. Very glad you're digging the images. I usually don't draw in this particular style, and wasn't AT ALL sure about the line quality. Your supportive comment means a lot!
Jacy13 last edited by
@Casual-T Looking great! The exaggeration and caricature is on point
@Jacy13 Thanks for the comment, Jacy. Drawing these caricatures was a fun exercise. I'm at a point where I'm starting to get some of the basic concepts, and whenever something comes out looking halfway decent (luck of the "draw"?!), I find myself with a surprised smile on my face, thinking "Oh, I didn't know I could do that."
Wondersome Wednesday is upon us!
Continuing @shanehunt 's Effective Vehicle Design class. Here is Assignment 1 Part 3 (turning the forms in space), and Assignment 2 (form versus function). As always, perspective is something I struggle with, but since these are not meant to be technical drawings, and therefore don't necessarily need to be mathematically correct, I think they work. Do any of you see anything that's disturbingly out of whack?
Realizing that these sketches are no groundbreaking masterpieces of epic proportions, I nonetheless find myself flabberflustered at times, noticing that my scribblings end up looking somewhat recognizable as the items I meant for them to describe. Live and learn!
As always, comments, suggestions, and monetary donations are welcome and much appreciate.
Have a great day, everyone!