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Discussion in 'Artwork - Photoshops and Sketches' started by AmFm, Oct 29, 2006.
Crazy but cool.
Keep it up man.
Any other pieces to share? (car or otherwise)
HOLY SHIT! That is really #$%#ed up....kinda. Interesting piece I must say. And very impressive as well. What media are you using? Looks very cool. Pastel?
That one is totally digital, Photoshop 7.
If you want to see more go to http://ymk.deviantart.com
I like where you were going with this. Looks good.
Some Photoshops of the past year or so.
Woah dude those are fun concepts... G35 would be my fav with a little finishing.
Nice one man, I really like the Audi and G35, and the stuff on deviantart is cool
The G35 is awesome. Reminds me of an Isdera, somehow.
Here's another shot at the Zonda X design with the heavily exposed and carved body panels.
That's reeeally nice.
The rear is a bit off though. I can't tell what it is, but something is a bit weird. Anyway, it's pretty fantastic apart from that. I love the overstyled and yet realistic effect in your designs. Also, it looks a lot lighter and more agile than most other supercars because your design is quite airy, with lots of holes in it <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/wink.gif"></A>
+1, keep them coming.
I agree about the rear, I think it has to do with my camera. It's a really large drawing, almost 50" long horizontally so the camera lens distorts the edges a bit.
Different strokes I guess. That's about the complete opposite of what I like in car designs.
As long as it's not stale I suppose.
I still think this is where the "supercar" design is headed. More towards a mix of the LMP2 car bodywork. You'll see.
Class doodles. Engines are incredibly challenging to draw. I'm only beginning to decipher transmissions.
you should be doing industrial design.
your Vtwin is off. the cylinders are on the same plane, one rod is connected to the other like on a radial
I really like your zonda drawing because of the great detail, very good, however it does look a little carachaturish to me..