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Old 11-21-2007, 09:36 PM
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Here are some my quick idea sketches. I have about 10-15mins at the most in each. These are only general ideas, not finals. Im a first semester Auto/product design student
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Old 11-22-2007, 01:06 PM
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I have about 10-15mins at the most in each.

You´re pulling my plonker.
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Old 11-22-2007, 03:58 PM
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I have about 10-15mins at the most in each.

You´re pulling my plonker.
Actually buddy Im not. These are simply scketchs not full out masterpeices. I do about 20 of these a week.
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That would take me 20 Years!!

Keep up the good work!







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Actually buddy Im not. These are simply scketchs not full out masterpeices. I do about 20 of these a week.
I believe you. I do a full digital rendering in 8-12 hours average. A quick sketch can take me 10-12 minutes.


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I believe you. I do a full digital rendering in 8-12 hours average. A quick sketch can take me 10-12 minutes.


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Thank u. like anything, time comes with experince. Once u have done something enough, you get faster. If I may ask, what is your profession?
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time comes with experince. Once u have done something enough, you get faster.

Thats exactly what I tell the wife...
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t66turbocobra , Thank u. like anything, time comes with experince. Once u have done something enough, you get faster. If I may ask, what is your profession?
My profession is Artist: Illustrator, Graphic designer, concept artist, muralist,
logo designer etc. Well rounded I would say. But my passion is automotive illustration, designer. Thanks for asking.


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Thats exactly what I tell the wife...
That's funny. Like the wit Kusto!


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t66turbocobra ,

My profession is Artist: Illustrator, Graphic designer, concept artist, muralist,
logo designer etc. Well rounded I would say. But my passion is automotive illustrator, designer. Thanks for asking.

Thank u. like anything, time comes with experince. Once u have done something enough, you get faster. If I may ask, what is your profession?



That's funny. Like the wit Kusto!


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My gf is a freelance graphic designer aswell. Im going to school to become a product designer or a automotive designer.
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Nice drawing for the time you spent..



It looks like a sanding block.

But then again, all them fancy new cars look like sanding blocks to me.

Do you draw hot rods?


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Nice drawing for the time you spent..



It looks like a sanding block.

But then again, all them fancy new cars look like sanding blocks to me.

Do you draw hot rods?


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No i do not draw hot rods. Im a conceptual designer that comes up with new concepts. The work i posted is just 2 of my may ideas
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These look like a Beemer hatch-back crossed with any new Pontiac. Not knockin your skills , just stating.... these don't look like anything new.
Hotrods are the bacon!
a sanding block...... you're killin me!
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These look like a Beemer hatch-back crossed with any new Pontiac. Not knockin your skills , just stating.... these don't look like anything new.
Hotrods are the bacon!
a sanding block...... you're killin me!
I think there is a reason hot-rods are not made any more or never were made. Hot-rods are custom, not a factory product. Thats why "SANDING BLOCKS" are the design of choice now a days. Its not 1950 anymore.
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most every one here still lives in a decade of long ago most of the time...

be nice it will happen to you too!

To be honest I cant tell any of them apart any more.
Stickers & wheels before too long they will all be made from the same mold .

a sanding block?

You are too kind.

I would have said somthing else {not to pick on your skills t66turbocobra } I cant draw a stick with out a ruler







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I agree. cars today all look alike and need to step out of the box. I agree the design i posted does look like alot of cars. To be honest thats y american cars dont do that well. Not knocking us cars. I love them. Thats all i drive, but foreign design is superior to us design. I havent moved to the design classes yet; thats next semester. Right now Im just learning how to draw the forms and understand what a car really looks like in 2D
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