ralphzoontjens wrote:I remember that sculpture from your portfolio.
These are good sketches. You can give them more character by varying line widths and letting the lines be a bit looser, for example extending beyond the products and making lines thicker at points closer to the viewpoint. For your identity also think about colors, you use a lot of pure black but it can also be something else, you can even have bright red drop shadows. Look at automotive sketches for examples. Overall your pages are very crowded, think about presentation and how your sketch panels would go at the side of your design story.
Thank you for the critique. I like the idea of using different colors instead of blacks. I'm going to give that a try and post some here soon.
gmay3able wrote:Hey cdegisn really nice sketches, I especially liked the black and white earbud sketches and your treatment of shadows on these! Looks like you have great digital sketching style in both line weight and rendering. I'm looking forward to seeing your thread develop!
Would you be up to try some analog sketches? I have been switching between digital and analog sketching and I'm finding that things in one medium are challenging in the other medium and they're great complements to improve your sketching as a whole. Maybe you could try posting some of those!
Those earbud sketches are my favorite too!
You know, analog sketches really scare me, I'm just so inconsistent. Some days I can crank out beautiful sketches that have a lot of character and such in short amounts of time, other times I can't do anything so I turn to digital sketches. I just ordered some copics, for this thread I'm going to give analog another shot. Thanks!