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Crankshaft's Sketchbook

21 Jul 2018 18:24 #21736 by crankshaft

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21 Jul 2018 18:25 #21737 by crankshaft
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21 Jul 2018 18:26 #21738 by crankshaft
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thanks val!

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21 Jul 2018 20:59 #21740 by Valence
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I'm liking the shot of that trailer in the landscape.
Exterior renders can be quite unforgiving but it looks perfect in that environment.

Are you gonna compile all of these into a PDF brochure?
It'll look great if you do! :)

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27 Jul 2018 15:48 #21776 by crankshaft
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Thanks Val! I spent so much time on that project that i dont to go back to it lol

???why??

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27 Jul 2018 15:48 #21777 by crankshaft

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29 Jul 2018 22:13 #21810 by Valence
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The second last pic on the 1st post is catching my eye in a good way.

All those intersecting diagonals are quite satisfying to look at and the little warm glow of light in the distance shows how much you've learned about colour since those older pictures in this thread.

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31 Jul 2018 17:56 #21832 by Atto
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I agree with Vals comment above but could I make a suggestion? It seems our view point in that shot is a little low - below the eye level of the figure. Something I learned from all those old visualisations of interiors is if we want people to feel they inhabit the space we should really experience it from a natural stand point - ie: eye level when standing. Some great effects can be achieved by throwing this rule out the widow of course - I did a whole series of visuals for an office space at seated eye level because for the majority of the time thats how the space would be experienced. Film makers also use extreme eye levels to great effect of course but if it's an unusual eye level to create an atmosphere why not make it EXTREME?
Otherwise good work Crank -

No smudge tool was harmed in the making of this image.

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03 Aug 2018 12:38 #21863 by crankshaft
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@ atto thanks man! i dont think im going to create an environment out of it as its too much

@val thank you!

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03 Aug 2018 12:41 #21864 by crankshaft
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