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Thats a stunner :)
Yes!! Just saw this on the front page again. In yo face Miniwatt!
from the comments below i kinda agree but still its a flippin great idea though... it a 50-50 situation though
Looks flippin' great though, doesn't it.
there is nothing worse than an artist who knows nothing of engineering. Lets start with comfort shall we: the riders legs will set uncomfortably around the frame, tank and other garbage that is there. The rear swing arm is to small and out of date for any type of future design. The rake and trail of the front forks is to severe for any sport bike; i.e. the greater the angle the less stable the bike will be....also f**k thee if you think you can say this is some future design or some b.s. like that. There is nothing worse than a concept artist or ID artist that knows nothing of the concepts they create. Any one can create anything and use the excuse it is fantasy or sci-fi.
Ouch, you could have used this time to convey the knowledge you apparently have on the subject matter to educate constructively the valid points you made. I do agree with what you say, but not how you said it. As a concept artist, research is your strongest ally, and helping to push that awareness to other artists would be more gratifying than knocking them down. Although I take your statement for what it is, as a assessment of flaws in design and concept from an engineering standpoint. This is an artist community site...
On another note, if you'll allow me the luxury of contradicting myself, I do not care for compliments, but only cold hard truth. I cannot do anything with a compliment, but a critique is constructive on any level. Criticism can guide you to become better and avoid past mistakes. So that is what I have to say to sambrown.. . . . ..
Personally, I would prefer for artists to not get so emotionally attached to their work that any criticism emotes loss (not sambrown in this case just to be clear), but rather gain for the sake of progress.
Here's to improving one's knowledge of what they create!
yeah, good reply on that one. its true what u say about getting critique. but from artist to artist it should be given with love and not like that. i dont talk about compliments, too.
i notice it every day that research, knowledge and references is one of the most important tools to use. its one thing a good artist should know how to use. if he doesn't he will stop growing at some point.
in the end, Miniwatt's critique is good and useful and replies like that are seldomely seen at art pages. but a little more kindness would be good.
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