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Discussion in 'Artwork - Photoshops and Sketches' started by Canay, Jul 31, 2007.
Wow! Good work man!
I really admire people who can draw like this <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/smile.gif"></A>
If I compare that to my T-Bucket drawings in my math book I pretty much realize I'm shit compared to those skills.
we have some serious talent in this thread!
How do you draw these cars with the proportions and curves being sooo acurate? What drawing tools do you use or do you just have a really good eye?
I used the Picture below. Then I traced the most important points for examle the middle of the wheels, the front an the end. And the line going up from the front wheel over the rear wheel. Then I draw the lines I usually draw many of them not just one. Then I erase every lines but the correct one.
You just have to practice.
But I make mistakes, too. The right part of the middle of the difusor is a little bit off, for example.
BTW: I drew the pic in front of my computer, so that I could see the original one, all the time and I made it in the same size as the one on my screen. You can prove your lines from time to time by holding it on the screen. Cause if you have one wrong mainline, the whole car will look off.
Made with 3 different Copics and pastel.
Very well done!
You trace? Weak.
"Then I traced the most important points for examle the middle of the wheels, the front an the end. And the line going up from the front wheel over the rear wheel.!"
I don't trace the hole car, I only trace the most important points so the picture is absolutely correct. I can draw without any tracing, too. The Renault in the other thread for example or all my own concepts.
When I'm drawing a picture of a car, that already exists, I prefer to trace some points than having a picture that looks a little bit off on which I have worked for hours.
And if you don't like it I don't care, draw your own pics without any tracing, if you want to!
My industrial design teacher actually said tracing is a good idea because it can get you used to drawing those shapes and curves and it is good to start with if you want to make modifications to something.