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Nuke Truck by Pixel-pencil
Nuke Truck
This has happened before.

I'm browsing :iconaconnoll: 's work. and all of the sudden, I have no choice but to go out and make something in his awesome unique style. So, after like five hours of work between class, here's this thing! (It looks better in 3d, promise)

Enjoy! :D

Sketchup>V-Ray>Paint.net>Photoshop>a little more Paint.net
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Doodlin! by Pixel-pencil
Doodlin!
I've done really little in terms of photoshop this summer, so I finally decided to get my act (somewhat) together and stick around till' I'm actually done with something. SO BAM! Here it is! One whole probably like 40% complete render! That's right! Look out world! It's this far done and that's good enough! Yeah! 

Enjoy! :D

Photoshop!
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Ambedo by Pixel-pencil
Ambedo

Ambedo:

Initially I had intended this scene to be christened as “Methods.” When I started early this summer, I had based the scene on an image that flashed momentarily through my consciousness, and with its momentary haze I embarked upon bringing fruition and meaning to it as I tried to recreate it. Throughout this period of time I noticed that I had perhaps without my knowing or intention incorporated a vehicle of nearly every type into this simple angle, and found that even in our modern simplicity, the methods of transportation and destination vary tremendously. This spurred me to find the title “Methods” as fitting, all varying answers to the same question. Yet, as I put more and more hours that turned into days and thus weeks into it, I found that I was making this scene as a small fantasy of simplicity. I have made it my mission this summer to try and trim the frayed edges of unnecessary belongings, and simplify. I had made it my motto “that if I didn't need it, I didn't have it”, and this scene may be the very essence of that. I know that if this was a photograph of any convenience store, it would be expendable in its entirety. For every single object in this image has a replaceable duplicate somewhere else on this earth. Thus, I believe that the purpose is the fact that I built it is that it is important to me. Ambedo essentially means “To find importance in the moment” and that’s why I need this scene, because it is a reminder to me that simplicity is something necessary and achievable, and constantly lingering around the corner with the correct perspective. Well, in my eyes perhaps.

Sketchup>V-Ray>Paint.net

~Two Months.

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Everydays! by Pixel-pencil
Everydays!
Woooooooo! Finally get to throw this up here!

So Beeple, www.beeple-crap.com/ makes something everday, and has been doing that for about 3000 days in a row. So after watching his really oddly inspiring video: vimeo.com/125524216 a few freinds and I have undertaken the task of trying to make sometihng once a day for a month. So, here's my submissions, if you'd like to see all of them (including my friends work) please look here: www.pinterest.com/kevinconner/… and if you wanna read all the dumb snarky comments on each one, feel free to press download to view the "full size" image. If you have any questions, feel free to ask!

Enjoy! :D

Sketchup>V-Ray>Photoshop>Paint.net
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seth witte
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United States
Currently enrolled at the College for Creative studies, and I consider myself a die-hard sketchup artist who can't do it often as I'd like because I'm too busy doing schoolwork.

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While this event did happen a little while ago, its still got me rigid with excitement, and figured I should blabber about it anyways!

From what I understand, the College for Creative Studies Transportation Design Program's toughest year is Sophomore year... And now I'm done with it. They pushed me and my close friends to the limits, but this meant we improved by such huge leaps and bounds in this amount of time that it's hard for me understand just how far I've come. 

In the last days of the year, we undergo "Final Review" where the full time faculty give you a honest critique of your work, what they've seen you improve on and what needs work, and more importantly, giving you a talk about what you'll be doing next year. You see, the Transportation Department has three branches; Exterior Design (the outsides of cars), Interior Design (the insides of cars) and Transportation Design (vehicles, basically whatever else you can think of, tanks, yachts, planes, go karts, whatever you can think of). They decide what your strength is, and then you basically get to follow their guidance into your individual branch (that sounds cruel the way I put it, but it's not, honest). About 15 out of the 60 of us got kicked from the major (that's actually pretty freaking harsh), but this major doesn't really let any extra excess stick around. 

But then there was my review. Was I the best? Nooooo, far from it. But they gave me something that not too many people are offered, the complete option. The wide option choice. They said that the portfolio I had presented was of strong enough quality that I could go any direction I wanted- whether that be Exterior, Interior, Trans- whatever I chose. This is a pretty rare honor, being told you're strong in every suite and one that has had me overwhelmed since the day of. I still haven't decided fully what I would like to do, but I've had my heart set on the Transportation Design branch (I honestly never thought I would have the opportunity to get into the high ranks of Exterior) for a long time now, but the idea of doing Exterior Design (even if only for a semester) is something that is too cool to simply shove off. 

Well, sorry for rambling. I'm sure the future will come and go much faster than I expect, so stay tuned! (And thanks for listening!)

(Also, I've been officially using sketchup for 4 years now, yay! :D )
  • Mood: Eager
  • Listening to: Incubus- Dig
  • Reading: Battle Royale
  • Watching: Yukikaze
  • Playing: Sketchup. Always Sketchup.
  • Eating: Peanut Butter!
  • Drinking: Apple Juice

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WideFoot Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the fav!  The fighter isn't my favorite model, but a fellow artist is making some textural upgrades.  I'm hoping for some interesting improvements!  
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s-redha Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Student Interface Designer
Thank you for watching =)
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RadVisual Featured By Owner 6 days ago
thanks for :+fav: my stuff :D
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Carbon-Vanilla Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Do you take commissions?
sorry for being direct.
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Pixel-pencil Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2015  Student General Artist
Haha, no worries! I do, what can I do?
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Carbon-Vanilla Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
I'll send yah a note...
Wolf Lick 
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chtazi Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2015
thanks
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HenningOL Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2015
Thanks for the fave, again :) (Smile)
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Pixel-pencil Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2015  Student General Artist
Haha, my pleasure! :D
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adrian-tm Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2015
thanks for the fav! :D
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