Gonna be honest, never owned a bike but love the designs of them. It's the sheer simplicity....very "man/woman and machine" type of thing. Living in England it rains a fair chunk of the time so i've yet to have the balls to get into the whole bike thing. I tinker with technical designs, i've got something that one day i want to build but have yet to have the resources to do so
Hehe I don't own no bike either ! Wish to own one, for real… maybe one day… in the meantime I'll keep on bicycles ! Here in Paris can't say it's really better… indeed with all those rain it must be pretty dangerous. Haha I heaven managed to have bicycle accident myself lol !
I thought you like bikes cuz i noticed you picked 2 of mine in your favs, that's why.
finally i did tha bike-with few adjustment, since i cant afford to exactly clone yur design due to my lack of knowledge in using the 3d software ... im lookin forward to keep changing the design ..well hope u like it. Kindly see fur yur self..i don know how to link it to tha drawing by tha way.Sorry.
Thanks. Well I don't know... would say "no" for fast and lazy answer... Looks it scares you?
But 3D is kind of volume, so yes studying sculpture would be a very very very good plus! Or at least learn how light goes on 3d realworld shapes (THIS is a big part of what you learn when you take sculpture lessons/studies). But most of 3D makers never learned sculpting... So it's not like an obligation... But if you think of it, human history have several centuries on mastering lights, volumes, sculpting and so on. Would be stupid not taking benefits from it, no? Whatever you want to do, studying is not something boring, it's the key to defeat your masters !!! XP
that has got to be one of the best bike designs ever. your design has a shirow masamune feel to it. it looks beautiful, plausible and the technical detail is gorgeous.best of all it has cute bunny ears