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This was my senior thesis project at Art Center College of Design. The idea was to develop an ultra light street legal sports car utilizing the advantages of composite materials to highlight the chassis structure as a key element in the exterior design.
This was my senior thesis project at Art Center College of Design. The idea was to develop an ultra light street legal sports car utilizing the advantages of composite materials to highlight the chassis structure as a key element in the exterior design.
This was my senior thesis project at Art Center College of Design. The idea was to develop an ultra light street legal sports car utilizing the advantages of composite materials to highlight the chassis structure as a key element in the exterior design.
This was my senior thesis project at Art Center College of Design. The idea was to develop an ultra light street legal sports car utilizing the advantages of composite materials to highlight the chassis structure as a key element in the exterior design.
This was my senior thesis project at Art Center College of Design. The idea was to develop an ultra light street legal sports car utilizing the advantages of composite materials to highlight the chassis structure as a key element in the exterior design.
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Comments (5)
  • Radical SideView!

    10 years ago

  • Whoa, what's been up Alan!?

    12 years ago

  • Thanks man. The secret to all these sketchs was a good line drawing to start with. I think I probably spent a few hours doing really rough stuff then did an over lay using sweeps and elipse guides. The top ones I used a marker technique I learned from one of my favorite designers Christian Felske (almost all the marker is on the back side of the vellum) The bottom one scanned it in and rendered it in photoshop with a normal wacom.

    12 years ago

  • Good grief. I've BEEN in those studio classrooms. Probably in the very one where this panel was displayed, but am still hunting that secret. Maybe they really do just let the superstars through. I digress- all this to say, stellar renderings, excellent forms, superior design. All the best. Cheers, mate.

    12 years ago

  • sheesh. I wish I could just sit in on one or two of your lectures concerning hand rendering on that great campus. you ALL seem to emerge with such tremendous stroke control in your analog renders. There is a looseness to the feel, the ethos, of your renderings, yet you achieve the impression of utter control. WHAT IS IT? Is your key sketchovers? Layovers? Computers? Cintiqs? Hand exercises?

    12 years ago

  • sheesh. I wish I could just sit in on one or two of your lectures concerning hand rendering on that great campus. you ALL seem to emerge with such tremendous stroke control in your analog renders. There is a looseness to the feel, the ethos, of your renderings, yet you achieve the impression of utter control. WHAT IS IT? Is your key sketchovers? Layovers? Computers? Cintiqs? Hand exercises?

    12 years ago

  • Good grief. I've BEEN in those studio classrooms. Probably in the very one where this panel was displayed, but am still hunting that secret. Maybe they really do just let the superstars through. I digress- all this to say, stellar renderings, excellent forms, superior design. All the best. Cheers, mate.

    12 years ago

  • Thanks man. The secret to all these sketchs was a good line drawing to start with. I think I probably spent a few hours doing really rough stuff then did an over lay using sweeps and elipse guides. The top ones I used a marker technique I learned from one of my favorite designers Christian Felske (almost all the marker is on the back side of the vellum) The bottom one scanned it in and rendered it in photoshop with a normal wacom.

    12 years ago

  • Whoa, what's been up Alan!?

    12 years ago

  • Radical SideView!

    10 years ago

Alan Macey
Designer Detroit, MI