Daily sketch - L'intégral





Voici un aperçu de ce que donnera la Honda pour le magazine L'intégral. Je vous rappelle que la parution est prévue pour Mars/Avril en France.

This is what the Honda will look like in the L'Intégral motorcycle periodic. I remind you that it's scheduled for March/April in France.




Et voici une partie de la Suzuki.

And here is a part of the Suzuki.

6 comments:

BentleyBoy said...

These are so freakin' sweet dude! I love the colors and forms...especially on the Honda. I hope you post the high-res full renders (or at least links to them) when the L'Integral issue hits the stands...please I can't stand it anymore :)

Y-One said...

Lol BB! I will upload the complete sketches once it will be published.

From now on, i've got a lot of free time for random sketches and renderings. I'm gonna experiment some techniques :)

BentleyBoy said...

Maybe use some of that free time to knock out some raceplane and landspeed racer sketches? BTW, Local Motors has the Pacific Northwest competition coming up...you could have a podium finisher if you bring a vehicle that combines athleticism and versatility - something to carry the kids to soccer practice/go grab the groceries during the week, and then haul the gear (bikes/kayaks/snowboards/skis/etc.) and friends (3-4 I would say, but check the brief to be sure) out to the many wilderness escapes or hit the Oregon Trail rally circuit during the weekend - in other words, combine the spirit and capability of the Lancia Stratos HF with the everyday function of a Subaru Outback........I'm from the Pacific NW, and that's what I see we need up here. Look out for the brief to be released hopefully this week (I got to add some input to it, but I don't think I'll be competing). I'll be looking out for you in that competition to bring the heat!

BentleyBoy said...

One other thing about the Pacific Motors competition, if you choose to enter, is - a storage system that had integrated racks/slots on the roof/rear deck that could hold a pair of bikes, or a pair of racks for snowboards/skis/kayaks, or a pair of panniers (similar to the pannier setup on the Bi-Polar)...that would free space up for a more compact cabin.

Y-One said...

I don't know yet if I'll enter the next LM comp. Texas Motors left me a weird feeling regarding the results. Unless the subject is super-cool and I have an amazing idea, I won't do it.
Actually just to be able to sketch Lindsay Vohn and Julia Mancuso along with the car, I may enter it :D

BentleyBoy said...

Yeah Texas was a bit of a trainwreck, but I talked to Nyko (from LM) last week and he said that the next competition should be less technically demanding and more open. And, with the highly athletic nature of the Pacific NW, it will call for for a "super-cool" car, imho. And yeah, Julia Mancuso would make it a winner for sure!