progmental wrote:nice, but try some with perspective, not only the front view. keep going
As someone with bag design experience I think sketching in perspective is only necessary when you are still deciding on the silhouette and general purpose or nature of the bag.
I must say that it is rather time consuming to sketch in perspective when you have nailed down a concept and want to work on panels and color blocking(you have to include buckles, zippers, handles, straps, etc). Front and profile views can be done much faster because you don't have to figure out how a certain panel will look in a perspective view.
It looks like the original poster has already picked the general shape of the bag and is now working on style, panels, placement of hardware, and color blocking. His choice of views are correct in this instance