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Discussion in 'Automotive' started by Mitki4a, Jan 3, 2015.
Shelby Daytona Coupe
Mercedes-Benz Blue Wonder 9
2010-2014 Hirochi Ajairu.
Excuse the mediocre drawing. This car is a fwd sports coupe based off of the Sunburst platform. The car came with the same engines as the Sunburst however was only available with AWD for it's final year of production under the name 'Ajairu Sports RS Finale', this is considered the definitive version of the car. The car was less practical than the Sunburst and nearly double the price and because of this sold poorly. The least popular variant was the 1.8 CVT which is likely to become a rare car in the future.
2014 Espino Bilbao. Modern front engined, FWD Spansh hatchback, inspired by Seat Leon Mk3.
Keep it up guys!
And a new xj design im working on
Only drawn in pen.
The proportions are a bit off.
I love sketching BMWs
BMWs- and German cars in general- are nice to draw because while they dont change much from model to model, they have a pretty set style thats easy to play around with when doing a quick sketch. Also a tip I may suggest, try playing around with the line weights more. Generally, the closer it is to the viewer and to the ground, the thicker the line should be. Helps instill a sense of depth.
Some renders I did over the last few months.
Those three renders do give me some vibes, and this is what the main car vibes I get:
- Nissan 370Z
- Citroen DS3
- Nissan Maxima
I agree with you, and thanks for the advice
That's why I mostly use pens, not pencils. Still haven't found one which can make strong enough lines without having to be sharpened every 2 minutes.
Then it appears I did a decent job with the designs. The first one was just a coupe based off of Nissan's V-Motion 2.0 concept, but I did take inspiration from the Z. The second one, while im not very familiar with Citroen, that is the style i was aiming at. And the third one was just me playing with Nissan's general styling cues they've been using recently, though mostly what can be found on the Maxima.
Definitely recommend pens. Its good because you can achieve different types of lines (without worrying about sharpening and whatnot), and it also forces you to put more thought and/or commit more to your lines as opposed to erasing when you mess up. I use a basic fine BiC ballpoint pen. Dirt cheap (~$2 for box of 12 where I live) and gets the job done pretty well. Are you going into vehicle design, or do you just enjoy drawing cars? Either way, its good work. Keep it up!
I'm 12th grade and applied for studying Automotive design in the uk. I really want to work in the field
Oh cool. Same here, except Im in staying in Canada (for the foreseeable future). Good luck man, hope you get in to wherever if they haven't responded yet.
Drew this in school. This is ETK ZuM, small FWD, front engined hatchback, primarily based on Smart Fortwo and Forfour. Shown model is 5-door hatchback.
i am currently working on an idea.
2010-2015 Eagle NS
sedan powered by a German 2.0 petrol turbo and Fwd fitted with a 5-speed automatic.
i will send the pics later
comment on the idea