Peugeot Experiments with a Vellum Pencil.

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    Peugeot Experiments with a Vellum Pencil.

    For a first attempt, I like it.

    My scanner does better with color.

    It's easier to see shading.

    It encourages me to be more careful with my line work.

    But......................

    You can't let it get dull.

    It's hard to sharpen.

    It's not the easiest to erase.

    they're EXPENSIVE!





    Introducing the New Suburu Justie, Vellum Primsacolor edition.


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    Re: Peugeot Experiments with a Vellum Pencil.

    all your designs are the same.

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    Re: Peugeot Experiments with a Vellum Pencil.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rex Raider
    all your designs are the same.


    This ain't.

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    Re: Peugeot Experiments with a Vellum Pencil.

    You need to spend more times on your drawings.
    Go back and fill in the details. Wheels? Dashboard?
    Add realism, and you will get beter, and it will help to differentiate from one another.
    I see potential, but you need to refine your work, practice, and don't rush to produce these things.

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    Re: Peugeot Experiments with a Vellum Pencil.

    Rex, does the word "passion" define what you said he needs?

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    Re: Peugeot Experiments with a Vellum Pencil.

    My drawings are souless!?!?

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    Re: Peugeot Experiments with a Vellum Pencil.

    the swoopy exercise looked good, so did the remake of the Honda S800.

    but it could be I'm not a fan of cab forwards designs. But you should differentiate them more. Take your time, give the wheels some tires to ride on. Fix some proportions, take you time.

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    Re: Peugeot Experiments with a Vellum Pencil.

    Rex is right, dont skimp on the details. here you need to make a bigger drawing, put in the headlight and grill details, put in an interior, all after you are absolutely happy with your general shape and preportions. Your car doesnt even have mirrors! dont rush your drawings.

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    Re: Peugeot Experiments with a Vellum Pencil.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Burns
    Rex is right, dont skimp on the details. here you need to make a bigger drawing, put in the headlight and grill details, put in an interior, all after you are absolutely happy with your general shape and preportions. Your car doesnt even have mirrors! dont rush your drawings.
    I agree. If you do everything right, you'll get better very quickly.
    I'll make a new sig. Later.
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