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Photoshop Street-Tracker proposal - On package, 1:1 scale rendering of a Street-tracker (Dirt-Tracker) based on WR450. Hand drawn, rendered in Photoshop with wacom pen and tablet.
Indian Market 250cc Sports Segment Motorcycle - Part of a series of proposals for the Indian domestic market utilising a shared platform.
Indian Market 250cc Roadster Motorcycle Proposal - Part of a series of proposals for the Indian domestic market utilising a shared platform.
Indian Market 250cc Supermotard Motorcycle Proposal - Part of a series of proposals for the Indian domestic market utilising a shared platform.
Early Ideation sketch - Biro Sketch
Sketch - Sketch for 2-stroke 250
Perspective Biro Sketch - Free-hand biro perspective sketch of 125cc 2-stroke supersport concept.
Hand drawn exploritary sketch - Hand drawn perspective sketch of 1990's inspired 2-stroke supersports concept
Fischer MRX650 Clay Model - Clay freeze, Fischer MRX650 model. Designed by British designer Glynn Kerr; Xenophya colaborated in the three-dimensional realisation stages.
Xenophya ZX9R Body Kit Clay Model - Clay Model, aftermarket fairings 2000 model Kawaski ZX9R E1 model.
Clay freeze, Fischer MRX650 model. Designed by British designer Glynn Kerr; Xenophya colaborated in the three-dimensional realisation stages.
Half faired 996 Cafe Racer Kit Proposal - Created for a small client looking to customize the 996 to create a an aftermarket 'caff' kit.
996 'Clubman' Racer Kit Proposal - Created for a small client looking to customize the 996 to create a an aftermarket 'caff' kit.
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Comments (71)
  • Very nice, realistic looking, rendering. Photoshop?

    12 years ago

  • Hello Jack, Thanks for the feedback. Yes a very basic 2d CAD line drawing was used to lay out the package, ergs triangle, wheelbase, steering angle ect. Then a hand sketch was made with pen and marker. This was then scanned into Photoshop and rendered with a Wacom tablet. The Nice thing about these renderings is that they are created on package and to scale which consequently means they can be printed at 1:1 and act as a tape drawing for use in the clay modeling stages of a project.

    12 years ago

  • Fun sketch with a lot of life.

    12 years ago

  • woow.. nice sketch man..

    12 years ago

  • wooww... hard perspective angle

    12 years ago

  • this is one awesome rendering..

    12 years ago

  • Hello Raka, thanks for the comment. The really nice thing about these 1:1 renderings is that we can print them at full scale and take key line templates to assist us with making clay models.

    12 years ago

  • Nice design allround, Love the homage you have done to the flat-tracker, keep up the great work ! :)

    12 years ago

  • this is sick; great rendering

    12 years ago

  • Hello Nathan Thanks for the feedback.

    12 years ago

  • absolutely fantastic studio! loved your website, completely inspired me to start doing motorcycles ill let you know when i finish a few

    12 years ago

  • Hello Daniel thanks for the feedback. I look forward to seeing some cool bike stuff!

    12 years ago

  • Nice man, I am also a fan of a color bleed like that! Old school!

    12 years ago

  • Hello Jeff, Thanks for the feedback. Really trying to capture the organic/mechanical horizontal split of 50/60's cafe racers.

    12 years ago

  • Hello, Thanks for the feedback. Yes we believe India is screaming out for this sort of product segmentation.

    12 years ago

  • Hello again, Thanks for the comment greatly appreciated. Mark

    12 years ago

  • love the flat track style, steel blue tank nice color choice. classic!

    12 years ago

  • Hello R. Chad' Thanks for the feedback. Just had a look at your stuff some nice work there, would be great to see you do some bike boots!!

    12 years ago

  • awesome propositions...........

    12 years ago

  • Mark, Great rendering! Nice detail work. -Elie

    12 years ago

  • great sketch, love the construction lines and such.

    12 years ago

  • Great style to this sketch!

    12 years ago

  • NICE perspective man!! great line work

    12 years ago

  • Exquisite design!!!... I invite you to see my work... Best regards...

    12 years ago

  • Very nice work! (Comment from a Triumph Truxton rider)

    12 years ago

  • Hello Martin, Thanks for the comment. Old British bikes are ingrained. I would walk through shit to work for Norton, or Velocette (who made the 'proper' Thruxton). ;0) Working for Royal Enfield was a real honor. I would love to post some the sketch/modeling work we have done for them but alas it is all confidential.

    12 years ago

  • Thanks chaps

    12 years ago

  • Cool cafe racer Mark.

    12 years ago

  • 916 meets MHR in a 996/999? Should simply be done. So when do we begin :-) B-art

    12 years ago

  • The big question Bart is where do you put the battery its huge?? I cheated on this sketch and just choose to ignore it.

    12 years ago

  • Very nice photoshop. How did you do the engine? did you use a picture of an existing engine as an underlay?

    12 years ago

  • Hello Matthew, Yes the design is based on a Yamaha WR450 crosser. I used referance photos and line drawings from a service manual, and then rendered it all in PS. We then used it to take templates for the clay model.

    12 years ago

  • I wish my ZX6R looked this hot :( Did this body kit make production?

    12 years ago

  • Yessssssss! It needs 1000cc!

    12 years ago

  • nice.....hats off for the render!!!!have to admit that u r a pro renderer..

    12 years ago

  • That is insane!!

    12 years ago

  • insane!!

    12 years ago

  • Was Glynn kerr involved in this project????

    12 years ago

  • awesome! very nice!

    12 years ago

  • Hello Olivier good to hear from you. Yes, as the description says, "Designed by British designer Glynn Kerr; Xenophya collaborated in the three-dimensional realisation stages" Xenophya's job was to take the 2d sketches into a 3d model.

    12 years ago

  • Awesome bike!

    12 years ago

  • Thats great. I designed my bike around a 1995 ZX6 frame so I really appreciate this design. It is not easy to design around an existing frame. Well done.

    12 years ago

  • seeing all your studio stuff really makes me want to get into bike design, im thinking of switching, it just looks way more fun

    12 years ago

  • Well I love it, although don't expect it to make you rich!!!

    12 years ago

  • Thanks fellas, This was Xeno's first full scale, fully faired clay. Completed in 2001 it seams a very long time ago now. Mark

    12 years ago

  • the interaction of the surfaces is really sharp...

    12 years ago

  • love the style............. and the battery thing is ironically funny!

    12 years ago

  • Being from India, where there are Royal enfields everywhere......id love to see the sketches.......if only! Loved the work you did on the RE Classic 500, you've really taken the best bits of the ol' thumper and accentuated them!

    12 years ago

  • love the style mark..............PS?

    12 years ago

  • we ride the offshoot of this render....... feels nice to say that!

    12 years ago

  • great to see virgin sketches!

    12 years ago

  • Is the clay modeling hand sculpted or done with machine? Killer work!

    12 years ago

  • Hello Jared, No all hand sculpted. Mark

    12 years ago

  • I should make it clear fellas, this isn't work we did for Bajaj (that work wasn't 2 wheels and remains confidential.) This an exercise to illustrate how western market motorcycles could influence the Indian market.

    12 years ago

  • A great deal of info on this thread of feedback I should say...excellent work!!

    12 years ago

  • Awesome!!

    12 years ago

  • Your control over the pen tip is off the hook!!insane sketches...all of them!!

    12 years ago

  • Great design and Rendering! Congrats!

    11 years ago

  • Hello Ben, Thanks for the comment, although I can't take any credit for the design that was Glynn's work. Xenophya did the clay and model making.

    11 years ago

  • Thanks for the comments chaps, Not sure Glynn is quite a deity but he is a nice chap and a great designer. Growing up his renderings published in MCN covered my bedroom wall so knowing and working with him is a great honour.

    11 years ago

  • Hello Nick, Thanks for the comment.

    11 years ago

  • Thanks Nick, It was a big bike so we wanted a brusier look.

    11 years ago

  • Like the exposed frame a lot. Reminds me of a Ducati Monster. Very nice drawing.

    11 years ago

  • Ta chaps

    11 years ago

  • Thanks chaps, very kind of you to say so, it's a bit of an homage to 90's 2T's, RGV's NSR's and the Bimota V-due (respect to Sergio Robbiano)

    10 years ago

  • Thanks for the comments.

    10 years ago

  • looks like a sv

    10 years ago

  • Mark, Very nice Mojo....

    9 years ago

  • Great work!

    9 years ago

  • amazing!

    8 years ago

  • i liked

    7 years ago

Mark Wells
Partner at Xenophya Design (info@xenophya.com) Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom