*FutureElements has been brought to my attention a couple times since he joined. He's an amazing artist and does a hell of a concept design at that. 3 wheler is a perfect example of the skill he possesses. (
Thank you very much for posting my image. I am trying to spread the word as much as possible but I will be teaching a class on Vehicle design and rendering using Painter and Photoshop on March 3rd. Here is the link for more info. [link] Thanks again.
SOmeone else that does marker renders! Yay!
This is awesome. Please let me know if you ever decide to do tutorials on Markers. I think I;ve almost entirely lost this skill (which wasn't ever as developed as yours)!
LOL man I haven't touched markers in awhile. I think most of my markers are dried out now. But I do use grey markers every once and a while. Grey markers are much easier as all you need to worrie about is light and shadow. So you use a light marker for the top sides and darker marker for the underside. Thanks for your comments
I've come up with a 3-wheel design, myself. The biggest difference is that I put the single wheel in the back, instead of the front. The problem with putting a single wheel in the front, is that it makes the vehicle prone to rolling over in a turn.
Yea I did a three wheel design with it in back as well, i just never posted it because I thought this looked better. I didn't really care about the function part I just was drawing. But thanks for the input.
The colours mix so well together, it isn't one of those simple greyscale or blandly coloured pieces of art. But it goes further, you've managed to mix in colours that normally wouldn't stand next to each other.
Bring it to life and i'll be sure to save up for one
Hey nice work by the way love your characters! I sketched it with prismacolor, then colored it with Prismacolor markers. Nothin real fancy. I think for the the orange and yellow I used a little Prismacolor chalk smoothed out with a wibril pad.