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Postby Sumistha_Das » June 24th, 2017, 9:44 pm


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So I took @apowers advise and henceforth will be posting in volume to get full critic on a particular subject. In the last 4 days I sketched a bunch of cameras and realized that when we sketch the same product again and again we start to comprehend the product.
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Re: Looking For Feedback

Postby Sumistha_Das » June 24th, 2017, 9:45 pm


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Sumistha_Das wrote:So I took @apowers advise and henceforth will be posting in volume to get full critic on a particular subject. In the last 4 days I sketched a bunch of cameras and realized that when we sketch the same product again and again we start to comprehend the product.
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Re: Looking For Feedback

Postby Sumistha_Das » June 24th, 2017, 10:00 pm


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Looks like the last two pages which I scanned in Fedex (and paid hefty price for :( ) because of the large paper size didn't come out good. So took some photos with my phone just to present a little better version of my sketches but phone also didn't do a good job. However, next week school is opening so hopefully will be able to post better images.
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Re: Looking For Feedback

Postby ralphzoontjens » June 25th, 2017, 10:49 am

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You are showing some very nice sketches here.
For me, the 1st sketch of your 1st and 3rd latest post are the best ones.
Thanks for scanning, too. Investing in a printer + ADF scanner is no luxury.
I like how some of the ellipses are slightly off - it brings a cartoonesque quality, however for product design sketches I prefer them to be as accurate as possible. If you struggle, go back to drawing or visualizing a circumscribed square and the axes in perspective first.
Your linework is good. I am starting to see more consistency and style. You can still work on materials, colors and shading and it is a good step that you started developing more in-depth treating one product. See if you can do some research and make this a serious design exercise. You can focus for example on form and interaction of system cameras, which are slowly taking over the DSLR market but are still criticized of being too large and not user friendly in form factor.
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Re: Looking For Feedback

Postby Sumistha_Das » June 29th, 2017, 11:58 pm


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So from this week my summer classes have started. Initially I thought I will be under pressure since we will be finishing 15 weeks of regular semester coursework within 7 weeks of condensed summer classes. But till now I'm having fun because its a form development class. Also trying to keep my daily sketching practice alive and will try to post twice a week. Happy working summer for me!!
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Re: Looking For Feedback

Postby Sumistha_Das » June 30th, 2017, 12:01 am


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Sumistha_Das wrote:So from this week my summer classes have started. Initially I thought I will be under pressure since we will be finishing 15 weeks of regular semester coursework within 7 weeks of condensed summer classes. But till now I'm having fun because its a form development class. Also trying to keep my daily sketching practice alive and will try to post twice a week. Happy working summer for me!!
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Re: Looking For Feedback

Postby Sumistha_Das » July 5th, 2017, 10:08 pm


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Here are few of my power drill sketches, which I did in last one week. Also, pardon one of my scanned images as the shadow got cut. I did these sketches by looking at the products on the internet. And the last sketch I did on my own after looking at several hand drills on the net.

I would also be thankful if anybody can tell me how to upload more than three images under one thread.
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Re: Looking For Feedback

Postby Sumistha_Das » July 5th, 2017, 10:11 pm


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Hand drill 4,5, and 6
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Re: Looking For Feedback

Postby Sumistha_Das » July 5th, 2017, 10:16 pm


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Hand drill 7,8, and 9
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Re: Looking For Feedback

Postby Sumistha_Das » July 5th, 2017, 10:18 pm


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Re: Looking For Feedback

Postby Sumistha_Das » July 9th, 2017, 6:41 pm


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So I drew mostly Iron boxes in the last 4 days. Still not able to directly sketch with prisma pencil or ball pen. I am using HB pencil for underlay then darkening the lines with either prisma pencil or ball pen.
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Re: Looking For Feedback

Postby Sumistha_Das » July 9th, 2017, 7:43 pm


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Re: Looking For Feedback

Postby Sumistha_Das » July 9th, 2017, 7:45 pm


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and one page of vacuum cleaner
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Re: Looking For Feedback

Postby yo » July 9th, 2017, 10:40 pm

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Some really nice improvement. I'd like to see you try to get a lot looser. How abstract can you make it and still have it read? As an example check out this sketch of a drill that my friend Todd Herlitz‎ did. Incredibly loose but it is still there.
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Re: Looking For Feedback

Postby 250gb » July 10th, 2017, 4:41 am

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Hey these recent ones are great. Your linework is always very neat and you seem to have good weights going on. Can I ask do you use french curves to assist or is it all free hand? Cheers

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