I had to present this today:
(the wing on the front view is to short)
It seems to me, that the in the front view of the plane, the perspective is a bit screwed up and the plane looks ummm, don't know how to express you that, maybe.... strange?
Looking at what you have so far I would say that you show a lot of promise for perspective and technical illustration.
However I would continue to study the human body in the way that you have studied lips.
Perhaps look at Andrew Loomis or George Bridgman pieces online.
In my opinion their studies have helped me the most.
Don't get discouraged and keep drawing! you show a lot of potential!
coming along nicely, keep at it dude...
Nice designs, i would like to see more 3Dis stuff, as the one you made at the of the, thats the best of all, keep it up!.
Hi, nice sketchbook so far.
Pretty good perspective on your presentation, you captured the front and back perspective nicely. I know thats pretty hard to pull of.
I would say, the things you need to work on first are line quality, more confident line strokes. You get that by practice alot connecting dots. See Scott Roberton's dvds..
The reason why you have difficulties coming up with nice shapes is because you dont draw from life alot. Everything in nature and even man made stuff has some sort of rythm to it. A tree, animals, architecture, anatomy, vehicles, etc...
I'm just starting to realise this too but if you look at concept artists like ryan church, feng zhu, khang le, etc.. its like they have so much inspiration in their head and they never run out of ideas. Its because they studied alot of stuff from life, pictures over the years. The have build up a large visual library in their head.
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