Thanks man. Sadly, I can’t seem to find marker paper for a good price here in Vancouver, and used up all the ones I bought from Korea. So this is just done on standard marker paper which really bleeds like hell… Anyways, I’m on msn quite often, so add me when you get yours.
Damnit Andrew, your “my first tablet sketch” is supposed to be a blurry, confusing mashup of lines and colors!
You’re clearly doing something wrong.
Great stuff - just watch your wheels. Check out Scott Robertsons car DVD - he has a great technique to understand how to draw 5 spoke wheels consistently. The shading on the wheels is fine, but the actual lines and angles of the spokes are all over the place. Fill in some elippses for your hub and rim, and then connect those with your spokes.
The nice thing is about doing this digitally, is you could go back in and redo the wheels and have a killer sketch.
Thanks for the comments. I’m quite busy right now with a bunch of different projects but I was able to squeeze in one sketch. Hopefully the wheels are better this time Cyberdemon. ^^
wrukawaw, it’s cool man. I used photoshop for that render, like I did with my projects. But for things like the Espresso/Soma/Lavender, I used a mouse, while these sketches are done with a pen tablet (Intuos 4 btw, pej05).
I was actually contacted by LG to enter but they soon realized that I was underage and also not a US resident. I made the Espresso for a competition going on in Korea so I guess I’ll hope for the best with that. Thanks for the info though!
Nice, that sounds like you may have had a guaranteed win for the people throwing the contest to specifically request you to enter. Take that as a good sign and be proud of it even though you can’t enter. If you keep it up and don’t get too “satisfied”, I see lots of good things in your future.