Should have taken you an hour at most for modelling ; ) Total lacking in planning as well. Who knows what the buttons are for and the speaker grille is way big - one never has holes that point upwards - waiting for coffee or other liquids. The Tablet PC 'logo' isn't needed. Best do a texture imprint or place a texture on a plane and layer it with a slight offset. The rounded screen makes no sense at all except if this was for a Star Trek set. The buttons aren't even centrally aligned along the left. : P Take this as constructive criticism ^ ^ I'm into gadgets in a big way. Have a look at the orange Sony Vaio P (2nd gen) to see how to design an appealing device and then look at the latest gen Wacom Cintiq's to see how functionality is added via buttons, etc. These aren't perfect designs but they have good points to them. Now to see your next modelled tablet PC. ; )
Wow thank you! I checked your work and realized why you have so much time for criticizing others. Take this as a constructive critic.
My aim was creating something totally from my mind - in a cartoonish style - means never meant to be realistic at all, and doesn't had any aim to design something for a real world product. It took 18 minutes to modeling actually. It was called "speed modeling" in 3D art genre. Everything there done in purpose including rounded screen. Not to make sense, just to be stylish. Too bad you are drawing lots of trying-to-look-cartoon-like stuff but didn't realize the aim of this design.
I see that you are into the gadgets a lot from your "studio" photo. Actually they are around you, lots of them. Just for creating the images in your gallery... that's really... awesome. Too bad to have a lot of gadgets but zero creativity and weak skills.
Now go back to your studio and start working on your skills before criticizing other people's labor. Maybe you less suck someday then I might take your suggestions into consideration. Meanwhile I gotta go back to my own work since I have a contract with one of the biggest VFX studio on the market. Sorry that my next work will not be a "modelled tablet pc" - since I don't except requests.
The trend today is that people can't take criticism. Not so? Sorry if I sounded a bit harsh but I like good design. My drawing is just a hobby by the way. My real job is designing websites, print work and 3D design.
> but didn't realize the aim of this design.
In the context of today's technology I don't see a place, ie. practicality.
> Too bad to have a lot of gadgets but zero creativity and weak skills.
True, true. But I hope to improve. My work does limit how much time I have for drawing though.
> Now go back to your studio and start working on your skills before criticizing other people's labor.
> Maybe you less suck someday then I might take your suggestions into consideration.
Yes. My criticism of your work is all based on my skills and has nothing to do with what you've produced.
> Meanwhile I gotta go back to my own work since I have a contract with one of the biggest VFX studio on the market.
Excellent. Glad you are doing well. Your other 3D work is good by the way. Just this piece lacked thought. Just being honest. Sorry to be so blunt.
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