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Re: Sketch-Fu: Men's Footwear

December 2nd, 2014, 10:38 am

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Pretty fun little app.

Re: Sketch-Fu: Men's Footwear

December 7th, 2014, 4:39 pm

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@the meka don- nice sketches and clean renders.

@Jboogie941 - Those are some nice boots and heels sketches.

Did a quick little boot sketch myself, couldn't resist putting some colour on it.
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Re: Sketch-Fu: Men's Footwear

December 8th, 2014, 4:32 pm

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Thanks fresh. I dig your boot sketch, very clean and cant go wrong with that colorway. :-) Ill make sure to throw some PS color on my next few.

Re: Sketch-Fu: Men's Footwear

December 12th, 2014, 11:56 am

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Nice work here. It's got me in the footwear mood.
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Re: Sketch-Fu: Men's Footwear

January 1st, 2015, 1:38 pm

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Another sketch for yall...

Re: Sketch-Fu: Men's Footwear

January 24th, 2015, 1:24 am

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nice work, jboogie941 & dblaveino.

just a thought for...Stuckit (suction slipper) :D
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Re: Sketch-Fu: Men's Footwear

February 2nd, 2015, 12:15 pm

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Hi Folks
Its been a while since I posted my last sketch, hope u will like thouse 2.
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Re: Sketch-Fu: Men's Footwear

February 5th, 2015, 7:03 pm

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hey guys!

working on a low sneaker model for my own brand. I'm going for a nike roshe run/adidas lite racer kind of look. spent a lot of time on this render so I thought I'd share! :)

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Re: Sketch-Fu: Men's Footwear

February 5th, 2015, 7:56 pm

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B-will, nice start. Just a suggestion, I would work a little on initial ideation and form before rendering. It is always nice to see thought process. In your render a few areas look flat. Play around with the warp mesh tool to bend your textures around your shape to create form. Maybe throw in a few different colorways. Have fun.

Re: Sketch-Fu: Men's Footwear

February 6th, 2015, 7:54 am

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thanks jboogie, I really appreciate the feedback! any specific critiques on the form or are you just interested in the thought process behind it?

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this is basically the logo I'm trying to incorporate in my shoe designs. in this case the R is the eyestay and I've altered the enclosing shape to flow with the shoe.

you're absolutely right about the flat areas. I admit I got a little lazy by the time I got to texturing. thanks for the tip, I'll play around with the warp mesh tool later tonight.

in the meantime here are a few more colorways I did yesterday:
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the way I have my document set up, it's very easy to edit shadows, colors and textures, separately for individual pieces. I learned some very useful techniques from this rendering tutorial.

Re: Sketch-Fu: Men's Footwear

February 6th, 2015, 12:12 pm

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b-will wrote:thanks jboogie, I really appreciate the feedback! any specific critiques on the form or are you just interested in the thought process behind it? I like to see the thought process behind ideas. The upper design looks rushed. I think you should explore different line work options for the logo, unless you absolutely cant live without your current design. Personally, i think the "R" logo is too big.

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this is basically the logo I'm trying to incorporate in my shoe designs. in this case the R is the eyestay and I've altered the enclosing shape to flow with the shoe.

you're absolutely right about the flat areas. I admit I got a little lazy by the time I got to texturing. thanks for the tip, I'll play around with the warp mesh tool later tonight.

in the meantime here are a few more colorways I did yesterday:
Image Image Image

the way I have my document set up, it's very easy to edit shadows, colors and textures, separately for individual pieces. I learned some very useful techniques from this rendering tutorial.

Re: Sketch-Fu: Men's Footwear

February 9th, 2015, 2:20 pm

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Jboogie941 wrote: I like to see the thought process behind ideas. The upper design looks rushed. I think you should explore different line work options for the logo, unless you absolutely cant live without your current design. Personally, i think the "R" logo is too big.
got it! I'll keep exploring ways to incorporate the logo and include some of the drawings showing how the ideas developed in my upcoming sketches. thanks again for your feedback!

Re: Sketch-Fu: Men's Footwear

February 12th, 2015, 11:42 am

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Sketchbook practice....

Re: Sketch-Fu: Men's Footwear

February 12th, 2015, 1:38 pm

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Another quickie, lovin digital...

Re: Sketch-Fu: Men's Footwear

February 12th, 2015, 4:46 pm

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Jordan variation.. :roll:
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