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Crankshaft's Sketchbook

01 Feb 2020 17:32 #27687 by Valence
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Some nice little designs there.
I like the subtle decorations on the one on the right. The boat on the waves fits very well with the undulating, ornate shapes.

And I've spotted those smiley faces peeping around the column. :)

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07 Feb 2020 06:57 #27763 by crankshaft
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thanks val!

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07 Feb 2020 06:57 #27764 by crankshaft
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07 Feb 2020 20:12 #27766 by Valence
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Ooh, I love that train! And the big bus-type vehicles as well.
You don't often see that type of thing in concept art so it's fun to see that kind of variety. They'd look great rendered up.

And I spy another smiley face (and a less smiley face too!) :)

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14 Feb 2020 06:43 #27820 by crankshaft
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thanks val people are really liking that train

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14 Feb 2020 06:44 #27821 by crankshaft
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14 Feb 2020 20:14 #27826 by Valence
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Everybody likes trains. :P
Unless you're waiting for one to arrive. :dry:

And now you've added colour, I'm also drawn to that one on the bottom right. It looks like a very classy machine with the hood ornament and the covered back wheel.

And I can't wait for those 3d scenes to be textured up too. :)

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20 Feb 2020 17:55 #27911 by crankshaft

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21 Feb 2020 21:14 #27924 by Valence
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Excellent camera angle on that last one.
Vertical perspective always adds that extra bit of "epic" to an image and the way the structures and their shadows create a frame within the frame is very cinematic.
Every choice you made is a good one in that picture.

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