mikeserafin wrote:Great stuff Mike- Love to see the analog concept work
Thanks Mike. Analog sketching just seems to fit with the nature of these projects. I've gone back to analog for a lot of stuff. I just like the connection between the hand and the page. Not to mention the social nature of it. Our studio has a large conference table in the middle of it. Sitting there and sketching as a team for short bursts on projects is so helpful. Until we can get that entire thing to be a Microsoft Surface, paper seems to be working well
ADD wrote:It's nice to see...amount of detailing gone into this...good work, Yo.
Thanks. These projects are all about the details. The difficult part is taking a vehicle you didn't combine, designing every detail in a way that upholds what Icon is all about, and still having it read as a cohesive whole. I think Jonathan at Icon is all about enhancing the original vehicle, so even if the components are pretty over the top, they still blend in as a holistic thought when you zoom out. More vehicles are in the works!
Lmo wrote:Well... .. if you keep it up, yer going to have to haul your butt down to the San Diego County Sheriff's department and turn yourself in for having too much fun.
I may not have a choice, you haven't seen me drive...