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Re: Ono's sketchaday April

Postby 250gb » April 20th, 2017, 3:29 am

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250gb wrote:nice you seem to have improved quickly

Thanks! I am trying to get back to form and pick up new techniques, having a self-imposed deadline to post daily helps, as do all the comments and seeing other sketchers. :D



Yea that daily deadline sounds like a good idea.

Re: Ono's sketchaday April

Postby ono » April 21st, 2017, 8:20 am

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Toy car doodle to ipad
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Re: Ono's sketchaday April

Postby ono » April 23rd, 2017, 9:33 am

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A quickie I posted in Instagram for the #Weeklydesignchallenge
It's a tactical washing machine for very manly men.
All metal construction, black matte PVD finish, key-protected abort button for emergencies, oversized soap drawer, NO SOFTENER DISPENSER!
water temperature gauge, screwed-on brushed steel command pannel and submarine style pothole window.

Still trying to work on my sketch-to ipad technique.
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Re: Ono's sketchaday April

Postby Brian_Donlin » April 26th, 2017, 7:56 pm


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ono wrote:A quickie I posted in Instagram for the #Weeklydesignchallenge
It's a tactical washing machine for very manly men.
All metal construction, black matte PVD finish, key-protected abort button for emergencies, oversized soap drawer, NO SOFTENER DISPENSER!
water temperature gauge, screwed-on brushed steel command pannel and submarine style pothole window.

Still trying to work on my sketch-to ipad technique.

Just a quick easy tip--those details you just described make for great callouts. Adding little notes next to your sketches can help with the overall composition and definitely helps people understand what you're trying to show.

Re: Ono's sketchaday April

Postby ono » April 27th, 2017, 10:03 am

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Brian_Donlin wrote:
ono wrote:A quickie I posted in Instagram for the #Weeklydesignchallenge
It's a tactical washing machine for very manly men.
All metal construction, black matte PVD finish, key-protected abort button for emergencies, oversized soap drawer, NO SOFTENER DISPENSER!
water temperature gauge, screwed-on brushed steel command pannel and submarine style pothole window.

Still trying to work on my sketch-to ipad technique.

Just a quick easy tip--those details you just described make for great callouts. Adding little notes next to your sketches can help with the overall composition and definitely helps people understand what you're trying to show.


Nice one, that's a good idea.
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Re: Ono's sketchaday April

Postby ono » May 5th, 2017, 3:57 am

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Haven't been very good with my sketching the last week. Here is a material test for satin and polished metal
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Re: Ono's sketchaday April

Postby yo » May 5th, 2017, 8:38 am

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It's good to do little tests like that! It prepares you for when you need it.

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