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Finalist

Chevrolet scout 4x4 (Chevrolet Adventure Vehicle) Austin S

This car was drawn to be tough enough to withstand all aspects of nature, and perfect for off-roading with friends. Vehicle type A,2

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Austin S

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School
Leigh High School
Grade
Junior
Location
Los Gatos
State
California

Activity

Austin S commented on this
06 February 2017
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06 February 2017
Sam Kenny commented on this
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Austin S commented on this
28 January 2017

Comments on this project

Jaden Canales 06 December 2016 18:12:17
I like the rugged look of this hatchback?? Anyways it appears to be a good vehicle to take on some sort of expedition. Keep up the work man!

Abel Sampson 12 December 2016 16:02:25
Hi Austin, please create a image/mood board to give us some background information... all designs need to have this.

CraftsmanQuad19 15 December 2016 17:35:25
I really like your attention to detail in your sketches. Very nice work!

Raphael Molina 17 December 2016 14:27:57
Hi Austin! great energy on the sketches. We can tell you love drawing cars. Great observational skills on the sports cars and good to see you have some marker rendering skills as well, anything that helps representing your design better is helpful. I like that you sort of showed an intention of making a Chevrolet SUV. i have a few tips for your next sketches on it :

pop the wheels out off and make the car look like its planted on the floor
the meaner the better

http://www.formtrends.com/honda-mercedes-vw-and-gm-concepts-by-ccs-grad-darby-barber/

http://mp.weixin.qq.com/s?__biz=MzA3OTg0MzUxNw==&mid=2661667848&idx=1&sn=70f3bc3bdb2b17a0f1f4095376982b91&scene=21#wechat_redirect

make sure you keep your ideas original and do instensive research on the internet to get acquainted with cool concepts, design trends and hot sketches. The more you sketch, the better you get. Work hard!


Austin S in reply to Raphael Molina 26 December 2016 22:43:33
Thanks! I'll get on that right away.

Austin S in reply to Raphael Molina 12 January 2017 03:37:23
Just finished the new rendering. I'm really sorry I Haven't been active, recently I've just been overwhelmed by school and other stresses that I've had almost no time to draw. I popped the wheels out a little more and shaded it with markers. I should be much more active from now on, sorry again.

HDKdesigner 15 January 2017 01:21:06
Your marker sketches are very clean and look great! Even though it is technically inaccurate perspective-wise, draw the far, front tire so that you can just see it past the front fender like the Mercedes below. I would also recommend trying to simplify the tread pattern you use in your sketches. There is so much going on that it might attract the viewer's eye and distract them from the design of the vehicle. Maybe you should try doing a side-view and render it with markers since that is one of your strong points. I would suggest finding some marker sketches that you like to use as reference to help you get the correct values for the car's different surfaces.

Austin S in reply to HDKdesigner 28 January 2017 06:51:05
Thanks, HDK! I'm not sure how I just saw this but you're totally right. I'll try out that perspective in my next sketch along with my side view. I'm glad you like my renderings, that means a lot coming from you!

Terence 17 January 2017 05:36:20
Your way talented! I really like your whole entry

Austin S 25 January 2017 03:15:06
For some reason I can't seem to upload this normally, but I changed up the perspective and added a couple things.

Raphael Molina in reply to Austin S 25 January 2017 15:57:37
looks a lot better! keep that planted look on your future sketches.

Austin S in reply to Raphael Molina 26 January 2017 20:15:30
Thanks! Do you have any other pointers in particular for my next drawing?

Sam Kenny 06 February 2017 13:28:13
Austin, Excellent work, I really appreciate the way you have laid out your project so that you are answering deliverables instead of just sketching. Your sketches are looking good, I especially like the "action shot" sketches. For your presentation keep in mind (You have answered most of these in your presentation).

Why does your vehicle look the way it does? (How does the design relate to the customer)
What features does it have?( and why?) Where would you take it ?
Would it drive itself or be driven by your target market?
Who is your target market (age, location, hobbies, jobs, preferences, etc.)? Who would save up $$ to buy this vehicle?
What made you choose the overall layout as your adventure vehicle (sedan, van, sports car, moon rover . . . ?)
What did you learn from this experience? What do you know now that you did not when you started?
What surprised you the most – what was unexpected? (about your design, about working with the feedback you received, etc.)

Again Austin, great work. Remember when you are presenting it is always better to show than tell, so as you talk the judges through your project be sure to show them what you are talking about. (for example point out the light bar in your sketch when you talk about it, or show the sketch where it is climbing on the rocks when explaining the use for your vehicle). All the best!

Austin S in reply to Sam Kenny 06 February 2017 14:46:15
Awesome! I'm so glad you like my sketches. I'll Definetly keep those keybpoint in mind when giving my presentation.

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