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cabertevon
07-18-2004, 02:18 PM
Hi!!!


I would like to show everybody my recent vehicle work.

:)



http://www.cabertevon.com/new.works/concept.vehicle.jpg

Godspeed.



cabertevon


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theCloudmover
07-18-2004, 04:21 PM
Looks cool to me. :thumbsup:
How was this done?

danydrunk
07-18-2004, 09:16 PM
hi the only critic I would make is that ive seen so many concept vehicles similar to this before, way to much.....but the technich is good, could you explain how to draw mechanical things in photoshop? (asumming you did it in photoshop) how to draw, curves, and to get the perspective right?

Keem
07-18-2004, 10:54 PM
well nice work , But ..

"Perespective must be Respected" i always say that
because of the spherical form of ur car u need to even give it more effort and concentrate on PERESPECTIVE , so that it wouldnt feel like Fluid or something else..besides Perespective helps to give the feeling that this object is a mashing more than a living form.

well Good Luck , really nice work , i like the concept too

cabertevon
07-18-2004, 10:57 PM
Danydrunk.



Thanks.



Yes, you are right… There are lots of concept vehicles similar to this, and my reaction is exactly the same with you. I’m stunned on how they create curves and perspective in photoshop. At glance, I know i can do such thing, so I created one to fill my own satisfaction.



Everything is created in photoshop using pen tool extensively.



Cloudmover, hope I answer your question as well.



Thanks and Godspeed.





Cabertevon

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cabertevon
07-18-2004, 11:04 PM
Keem...Thanks!!!

Good luck to you also.

cabertevon

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