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      Im not sure this is the right thread but here are some of my technical drawings. I went to school for Industrial Design but I like everything. As a kid I had some skills in drawings so in the most part comes to me naturally but over time I have perfect and gone into various other forms of drawings technical drawing especially are my fascination.

      Some drawings were based from books as I read I would take detailed drawings and notes and the ornamental ones few were based from plates from french guy 17th century. There are several reasons I like to draw in pen for one it does not tolerate mistakes and forces your skills to improve dramatically. + Pen is not messy very precise clean lines and it flows very nicely on paper giving you some phenomenal rendering and fading effects. Strathmore notebook has some of the best paper quality wise I have worked with + in pen you can get some phenomenal drawings no mess no smudges.

      tools used, rulers circle guides, ellipse guides, Fine Medium roll ball blue TUL Pens, normal rollball bic blue pen. Strathmore Acid free paper, and the cars were drawn in marker paper 14"x17"
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      Some Architectural studies Directly on Paper with Fine Medium and large roll ball blue pen Strathmore acid free paper best notepad ever

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      Im terrible at drawing humans

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      While I was still in school I came across some automotive technical illustrations by a japanese designer iroshito imotto or something absolutely fascinating stuff. I gave it a shot. You can see from beginning to the nicer more complex stuff

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      Now the M3 sor of gave me like a feel for it then I went to Audi.
      Two parts Top view vanishing point technical illustration this took 6 months, based on images and reference details I found on internet. everything was drawn in photoshop. some parts are made up like the frame air filters parts of engine door interior etc. 1200 photoshop layers 6 seperate huge Photoshop files 6 months few hours a day

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      I know technical illustrations are supposed to be done in illusrator but I like Photoshop better more vercitile and some nice line effects


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      This was slightly more difficult since no on one taught me anything I had no idea how to go so I just went. This is vanishing point technical perspective or i should say estimated vanishing point. Its not 100% correct there are flaws and mistakes the way I went about this was layer by layer line by line the car surfaces were quite challenging some difficulties with interior but for me personally this was monuments acheivment. After this I atempted to do an engine technical illustrations after too many lines I finally gave up on technical illustrations too much time consuming.



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      I got the outermost respect for technical illustrators this is very difficult and time consuming never wrecking art form. Some mind blowing results but very very difficult. I gave up on it altogether decided I like 3d more. Hardest part I would say is figuring out how the ellipses bend and twist. It is sad such trades are slowly doing with the age of cad software
       
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      this was my last attempt gave up on it lost patience. this was supposed to be V8 engine started out pretty good figuring out all the ellipses and bends got too much after a while.

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