I just saw your Don Adams picture on Fur Affinity, and I decided to favorite it. It's an amazing drawing.
“Our society is run by insane people for insane objectives. I think we're being run by maniacs for maniacal ends and I think I'm liable to be put away as insane for expressing that. That's what's insane about it.”- John Lennon
Post by The Mad Plumber on Mar 4, 2010 8:26:31 GMT -5
Thanks for visiting. The following images are a first edition of my latest AutoCAD model.
AutoCAD was not the preferred software to do this project with. I would have rather had a parametric drafting software such as CATIA or Pro/ENGINEER at my disposal. There are a few more parts that I need to rough in and there are many refinements that need to be made over time.
The above images are of reduced resolution for the forum posting. Go to the following links to see full resolution images.
Nintendo Entertainment System AutoCAD Model (Part 1)
Nintendo Entertainment System AutoCAD Model (Part 2)
Post by The Mad Plumber on Mar 19, 2010 19:29:58 GMT -5
Thanks for visiting. Here is my latest graphic pencil rendering.
RoboCop is easily one of my favorite films of all-time. Again, the response for this has been tepid. I get quite tired of this. At least there was a very positive response from a tattoo parlor in Toledo that was interested in prints of my works, this one in particular.
Post by The Mad Plumber on Apr 11, 2010 21:38:15 GMT -5
Thanks for visiting. This rendering is the product of a day's labor.
The ultimate intention is to use the AutoCAD model as a stock prop for future AutoCAD projects. A problem, though, is that this model alone takes a long time to render. I do happen to at least enjoy how the materials render.
Post by The Mad Plumber on May 21, 2010 0:28:43 GMT -5
I'm utilizing ImageShack instead of Photobucket for this new post since the site is acting extremely suspicious, with independent Norton user reviews giving noteworthy flags.
This piece is a mixture of both graphic pencils and charcoal pencils. This will be the first major work that I've ever employed charcoal pencils in, and charcoal very much proves to be a difficult medium to work with.
Again, thanks for the visit and may the Scwartz be with you.