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Re: Looking For Feedback

Postby Sumistha_Das » January 26th, 2018, 1:22 am


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ralphzoontjens wrote:Overall your sketches work, I like the scissors sketch, it is simple and communicative. The cut-section lines work very well if they are done precisely. Your designs are a bit generic, see if you can brainstorm a bit more and develop your own design language into the products you draw.

Your glass rendering needs work, start by studying the basics and drawing from perception. In reality, refractions behave quite differently and there is a logic to it enhancing the 3D-aspect of your drawings, if you can catch it.



Hi Ralph,
Thanks for the feedback. This week I'm planning to have reference photos while sketching any product and I will try to come up with my own design.

Re: Looking For Feedback

Postby gmay3able » February 20th, 2018, 12:16 pm

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Hi Sumistha, I'm just getting caught up on your thread and it's awesome to see hard work directly feed into your improvement! :)

I especially enjoyed your USB stick sketches from 1/08/2018 because they were loose and explored some interesting forms which was an improvement on your previous USB stick sketches.

I had a small tip about this one. With your outlines, you're communicating the form well with ridges. Similarly you could also follow through with this on the contour lines just to show that the surface isn't flat. Here's a quick overlay of what I was seeing.

Keep up the great work!
Gerry
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