So, I just started my Sketchbook, it's nice to be surrounded by fellow artists and soon-to-be-artists!
The main purpose of this sketchbook is ofcourse to improve my drawing/painting/modelling skills, so feel free to comment and put some critique on my work!
Some work from recent updates
So lets start this sketchbook!
Last edited by Deceptive; May 19th, 2013 at 10:16 PM.
Here I am back again people!
So as i told in my previous post, i went to "art" school in Antwerp at a school called SISA,
I had classes like photoshop, drawing naked models and still life objects.
Now to continue this journey into the wonderful world of art i started this year in HOWEST and I'm doing
Digital Design and Entertainment, but enough of the boring stuff! I'll post some more of my stuff that i did in the last weeks,
Lineart is made by Nick Marien, I made the Shading and the extra's
Feel free to comment guys!
Last edited by Deceptive; March 14th, 2013 at 11:43 AM.
I love the eagle and that's some nice fire too! aaaight bro?
Last edited by Elias Leonard; March 7th, 2013 at 10:28 AM.
woah, that tumbnails! they're great!
I did a speedpaint in class today, it was my first one.
It was actually fun to do!
So guys here I am again, long time no see because I have exams and got no real time for doing some free stuff so I'll add some thing i've done on the road and for school!
These following Sketches are all for my Carriage design for my Pre-Productions Exam!
This is the final Sketch that is probably going to be made in Photoshop with more details
And as last thing, some free sketches i did on the train to school
Thanks For the views guys,
I like your carriage. I have a suggestion about it though. In design you will often hear about this concept called the rule of thirds, which is that most of your detail should be concentrated into one third of your subject. You may want to try this with your carriage. Choose the top, or the bottom or the front and move as much of your detail to one side. Right now the detail is spread pretty uniformly. The result is that it is hard to know what to look at. Best of luck
For Science- Sketchbook!
Those thumbnails are great. Is it too late to add some vertical elements to the final design? I really enjoyed that aspect in the first few thumbnails. Either way nice work :]
"A drawing is not necessarily academic because it is thorough, but only because it is dead. Neither is a drawing necessarily academic because it is done in what is called a conventional style, any more than it is good because it is done in an unconventional style. The test is whether it has life and conveys genuine feeling."- Harold Speed
All of this looks awesome
Love the carriage thumbnails! really good stuff man keep it up.
All of this is awesome, I liked the mountains beside the tattoo at the beginning the most
well this is coincidence another DAE'er ^^ yea I've seen the carriage, can't add much more to it than what forscience said. Otherwise love the line drawings keep them up ^^
So, made my carriage in 3D perspective, ready for shading in photoshop, which im going to today, so expect another update in the evening!
( PS: i'll add the details in Photoshop)
And here are some quick light study's also gonna do them with my perspective drawing.
Last edited by Deceptive; January 25th, 2013 at 08:43 AM.
Good stuff so far, i like the carriage although the I'm not a fan of the wheels. They feel too bumpy to me.
Would like to see more drawings and studies in here; consistency is really important
These some of the sketches i made for Turning mechanism and the different details I'll add to my carriage.
First the different details,
Then the Suspension
Hope you like them
I know what you mean, but I dont really know an extra solution on the wheels, Maybe just make the outside round but keep the inner roots ?
Again thanks for the advice!
Hey, this is a great sketchbook. I like the clean perspective feel in the three scenes at the bottom of your first post, and those tattoo designs are really cool.
I like the idea of the carriage but agree that the wheels don't look quite right. If it's mostly for off-road/rough terrain, what about making them wider/fatter? That way, you can keep the knobbly edges for grip but have a flatter section round the middle for stability. If that makes sense? Just thinking about 4x4's and how they usually have pretty fat wheels with knubbly tyres. Gives the best of both worlds - good grip and lots of stability and fun sliding ability.
great stuff , and i love the design so much
Here's the final, updated the wheels and put it in greyscale, but im not totally happy with the result, could have done more,
but it was a good practise for my organic forms!
Any tips are welcome!
Did you freehand those arcs? How do you guys draw a clean curve so easily lol. Nice weird beetle vehicle thing lol.
Hey guys, it's been a while, so here is a little update,
made this speedpaint in class about composition!
great to see that you have so many cool ideas, really love the idea of a scarab wagon ^^, with more studies and time you will be able to do some really badass stuff! keep at it man
here is another speedpaint, kind of a alien end of the world setting i did in class.
Thanks for visiting!
It's been a while since i posted some things from my Sketchbook so, now is the time!
Made most of them during classes or during my trips to school,
Thanks for visiting, Cheers!
hey man, nice start for your sketchbook.
also diggin the CAD stuff =) i should also modell more. maybe as a base for a speedbainting. hmm.