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Mitsubishi Offroad Supercar 3 by daviddaylee Mitsubishi Offroad Supercar 3 by daviddaylee
Supporting sketches and packaging drawing for the "Sekitoba" Mitsubishi Off Road Supercar concept.  I stink at graphic design and don't really know how to put this into a good layout.  After I'm done with the rear rendering, I'll put everything all together.

Everything in this image has been hand-drawn--well, except the logo and type at the top.
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Neumatic Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Reminds me of a very sporty version of Batman's Tumbler. Never could get the damn bridge to work.
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pitchinrules88 Featured By Owner May 11, 2008
hah dont worry too much, art center will help u out wiht that and ur designs will change consistnetly. but u got good sense of proportions and rendering which is important. but yea good luck at accd tho and u can keep getting schoalrship once u get here so keep up at it!
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pitchinrules88 Featured By Owner May 9, 2008
hey bro its han from cdn, sweet render man but designwise it looks too outdated to tell ya the truth i think u can push it even more coz its too angled up rite now so really sketch ton of differnet body designs and work on wiht it. but yeah good luck in the fall term! hav u gotten schoalrhsiarp?
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daviddaylee Featured By Owner May 10, 2008
thanks for the comment, han. yeah, i've got a lot of problem with forms in my design. perhaps it comes with my age, haha. for this one, i ended up changing my design in the last minute and thus didn't develop the form as much as i wished. i'm still working on it though.

as far as scholarshp is concerned, i got some--but not enough to look forward to my enrollment with enthusiasm.
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Dannychhang Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2008
Love the way youre showing how everything is going to work. And this discussion about mitsubishi's design language is awesome. Learning more and more as I go. Do you happen to be going to Art Center?
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daviddaylee Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2008
Thanks for the comment. I will be starting from this fall. :)
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Dannychhang Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2008
thats awesome.. good luck. I start next april
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annisahmad Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2008
sweet sketches david. relaly liking the idea and all.
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daviddaylee Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2008
thanks! you know, you should always feel free to slash my piece when it comes to crits. i'm still not satisfied with its styling/form aspect though. gotta develop it more.
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annisahmad Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2008
oh, well i was going to crit the form, but... i decided not to. I definitely think it's a bit rigid and simple... even a bit conservative. Try using the methods pietruska taught us. I also believe that through LOTS of sketching for the same project, you can REALLY develop your design for that project. I see no other way around it. Usually, your best thoughts come at the end, and they're nothing liek what you started with. And, they end up being a hundred times better. So... You can never sketch enough. But, in any case, mitsubishi's new concept is a way to start: [link]
I'm not very familiar with mitsubishi's design language, but as far as I know, they're definitely not 'edgy' and 'sharp'. Sharp as in sharp points on the body. There's usually a voluptuous ass, especially on the new eclipses.
here's another concept: [link]

as you can see, they have somewhat of a signature 'down the road graphics'. There's softness and voluptousness, and yet there is an edge. but on the whole, the body comes to no sharp points in teh silhouette.

I'm sure, as you know, there's alot in the front graphics for a car to look like it's company. So, mitsubishi seems to have this upside down U . If you look at their cars, its variated, but still exists. there's a lot of suggestions i can give, but its' hard to write it down- would have to be sketched out. Just sketch a few mitsubishi cars, and their design language should start to flow a little bit more through your head. That's what I usually do if I can't pin the company's design language.
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daviddaylee Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2008
that's more like it. thanx.

yeah, i definitely need to work more on the form. the edgeness of the design and graphical elements come from inspiration i took from navajo native american art, but you are right, the silhoutete shouldn't have any shartp points.

your comment definitely encourages me more to get back to the drawings board!
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annisahmad Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2008
the thing you can do, is apply the dirt guard that's on the bottom of the vehicle in such a way that it looks like it's american navajo art drawn onto/carved onto the vehicle. Same with sideview mirrors, and window graphics.
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