Really cool design!
Yo bro! i'm designing some tanks for a game (it's in my journal)
Wanna help me?
Wanna help me?
Ok I can try, is that something with a rigid schedule? Keep in mind that my style may differ, Im not good at designing futuristic tanks.
I see you made changes to the top one, i remember the lower ones. I like the simplified accent on the top model. much neater profile too. keep it going!
The update looks more like a tank than the early ones, all it left was to trace it with neat lines. Although I still have to do a detailed back view.
Who‘s 范陈亮 = =
The finished work will be 10x better
i love these technical drawings you do!
You drew this...ON A CHALK BOARD!!!??!?!
Its pencil drawing with photoshop inverse.
oh okay, but still, THAT SIR...IS HOW YOU GET AN AUTOMATIC ART MAJOR!
Hard to describe so awsome.
nice, i like it
Wow very cool
Cool ! It look like a blueprint
Holy crap a mecha designer who managed to amke a tank look believable. For some reason real robots are easy business in that depertment. Tanks? Not so much.
Its harder to make a believable design because I have to learn some autonomy (without uncanny valley but with engineering common sense), even the textures are for purpose of make it look real. Its easy to imagine random mech because anything goes, that is not the case with sane design. If a believable tank wasn't hard enough, try design a believable plane. Not just believable but high tech future believable. I think the real beauty of mechs lay in the spirit that shaped the real ones.
Very true. Suspension of disbelief is easier when dealing with naturally fantastic content.
I used to think random mech was fun, but the novelty worn out quickly, its more fun in the long run if I design something that could possibly work.
Yeah, that's what I'm beginning to discover. I've been trying to study real military vehicles in preparation for trying to extrapolate some kind of future design (ie: different and futuristic, but feasible) it's been interesting. Hopefully I'll be able to do stuff on your level
Done with blueprint chalk? It looks pretty cool, I don't see a lot of technical drawings done this way nowadays
Its actually pencil on paper with photoshop inverse. As the prefix WIP indicated, this is not done yet, I have to straighten the lines and throw some of my best effort to render.