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rhemrev
01-30-2005, 08:01 PM
Hey there,

I'm currently working on my marker skills, trying to find faster ways of concepting and visualizing ideas. These are some of the first ones I did, some directly jotted down on paper with marker and lateron traced with pen, and some (the real clean one) I first did a thumbnail, blew that up, and used that as an underlay.

http://www.rhemrev.com/marker-vehicle.jpg
http://www.rhemrev.com/marker-vehicle2.jpg
http://www.rhemrev.com/marker-vehicle3.jpg
http://www.rhemrev.com/marker-vehicle4.jpg
http://www.rhemrev.com/marker-corridor.jpg

Feedback and comments appreciated, I would also really like to hear how other peoples workprocess when it comes to markersketches.

-Edwin
www.rhemrev.com (http://www.rhemrev.com)

NOOB!
01-30-2005, 08:18 PM
damn very impressive!!

InterFacer
01-31-2005, 05:43 AM
your concepts are incredible -- only thing i would work on is technique. I feel that you could use your markers to acheive a higher level of contrast as well as avoiding streaks (super difficult to do. You have to work faster, but still be precise.)

Great work though.

Raļ's
01-31-2005, 01:21 PM
I'm impressed by the realism and the details of your drawing. They should be translate in 3D...

rhemrev
02-01-2005, 05:20 PM
Noob: hehe, thnx!

Interfacer: good point, I've been reading up on some marker tutorials yesterday, I should get cleaner results now, plus I'm gonna buy some more gradations of marker, I now only have a 30% and a 50% grey marker that I'm working with.

Rais: Huge compliment there man! That is exactly what I wanted to hear actually, since I want to become a conceptual artist, and am trying to visualize as obvious as possible, so a 3d modeler shouldn't have to guess to much about what goes where.....thanx! :D

I've got some other stuff that I finished ove rthe last couple of days, I"ll put them in a thread soon.

-Edwin

Rudeone
02-01-2005, 05:27 PM
Looking good, what kind of markers do you use? (I mean brand)

rhemrev
02-01-2005, 09:48 PM
Hey man, good to some some more dutch people around here...:p
I've been using Copic markers alot in the past, but I've recently switched to TRIA markers, they're just a bit smoother, and blend better. The ones in this thread are still copic though.
Checked out your biker thread by the way, looks pretty good! :) Got a website I can check out? Just curious!

Back 2 work,

-Edwin

Rudeone
02-01-2005, 10:26 PM
Jaja, vrij veel nederlanders op dit forum trouwens.
Je concepts zijn erg vet moet ik zeggen, nix op aan te merken...maar laat ik maar weer overgaan in t engels, kan de rest t ook volgen ;)

I use tria markers myself for some time now, also used copic, but like you said tria just gets a smoother result and they are very usefull for blending colours.

I still don't have a portfolio-site, so I can't show more work, well I posted some marker-concept art in this thread if you're interested http://www.cgtalk.com/showthread.php?t=205056

Anywho, keep up the good work mate!

[TOY]Snoop
02-01-2005, 11:31 PM
Hi Rhemrev,

Those look very nice and tidy. I never tried drawing with these markers, but it seems
u can get some nice results with them. Good stuff to make big sketches!
Keep on truckin'

Groetjes,

- Peter -

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