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  11 November 2013
Looking better with each .I Like the composition of the fast sketch.
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  11 November 2013
Originally Posted by PKD: Looking better with each .I Like the composition of the fast sketch.


Thanks man! Trying to put it into subconciousness, so it strikes back one moment. It's kinda slow and creepy at this time, but all big starts with small.
Some sketches for fun.

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  11 November 2013
Some more forms, mainly tent-like.
 
  11 November 2013
Ceiling types. Wooden, ferroconcrete and metal ones.


Some rooftops


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  11 November 2013
You are a fan of Limbo?

I like the 'Limbo' picture with the robot.
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  11 November 2013
Originally Posted by PKD: You are a fan of Limbo?

I like the 'Limbo' picture with the robot.


Yeah, cool game, isn't it? Was captivated with it atmosphere and attention to details.

Some facade coverings


Some windows forms


Some light windows (rooftop)

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  11 November 2013
Nice work, it's an interesting exercise, and personally a source of inspiration, I will be coming back to this thread when I'm short of construction ideas. Good job !
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  11 November 2013
Originally Posted by ballpoint: Nice work, it's an interesting exercise, and personally a source of inspiration, I will be coming back to this thread when I'm short of construction ideas. Good job !


Thank you Madalin! Yeah, I think it's interesting...
the problem is there are few books about arch construction for artists, whereas professional books are quite heavy and it's hard to sort out what can be used and what can't. But it should be a way there somehow... through practice and setting small tasks.

Some entries



Aerial "lights"





Rooftops

That's how the water goes off the roof.


Some more outside coverings


Ceilings

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  12 December 2013

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  12 December 2013

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  12 December 2013
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This stuff is great. Realistic proportions and 99% of them are definitely believable. As a personal comment, you might want to look for some neomodernist, deconstructivist and some other new architecture references instead of doing only strictly '80-90s postmodern forms like these. Other than that i can only point out minor stuff, like the stair element/floor connection on the sketch render, but as i understand, that was a fast sketch
 
  12 December 2013
Originally Posted by BartlomiejNowak: This stuff is great. Realistic proportions and 99% of them are definitely believable. As a personal comment, you might want to look for some neomodernist, deconstructivist and some other new architecture references instead of doing only strictly '80-90s postmodern forms like these. Other than that i can only point out minor stuff, like the stair element/floor connection on the sketch render, but as i understand, that was a fast sketch


Thank you for support. I will definitely move to other forms, as I want now to explore architectural form and move to planning some basic buildings, so I will use different peridos as references. This was just ot get the basic grasp how it's constructed. It's interesting exploration for me.
 
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