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Jaguar E-Type Lightweight (AD)


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On 1/23/2019 at 10:48 PM, VectorVonDoom said:

You might want to turn off the texture layers if you're looking at in outline mode.

Jaguar_A0.afdesign

How do I turn off the texture layers?

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Mac OS Mojave Version 10.14.6

AD version 1.10.5

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On 1/23/2019 at 10:48 PM, VectorVonDoom said:

I thought I'd share the AD file for this with people here. It's just for you own use and not to be shared around on other sites.

Some have asked about organisation and the tin toy gives you an idea but this is on a completely different scale plus it's nice to look at source files. Some of the groups have numbers in brackets as I was trying to keep track of the number of objects. No real reason other than interesting but soon got bored of doing that! You might want to turn off the texture layers if you're looking at in outline mode.

Jaguar_A0.afdesign

Ads a retired technical illustrator I tried something similar only I painted a 1930 SS Jaguar and then attempted to to do it again using AD but never got to finish it. I did cheat a bit in that I used the 'Find edges' filter in Photoshop applied to the original photo to save drawing time for both images.

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19 minutes ago, Antony parks said:

Truly humbling to see this. Sets the goals very high. Thanks for the inspiration!

I really regret no finishing off the AD version. I'm 80 now and some of the fire has gone!

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The more complicated it is the easier it is to start and not finish. I have a few things that I do a little bit of now and again, that may or may not ever get finished.  Having said that this was my first complicated AD drawing and it doesn't seem too complicated now.

As for turning off the textures,  I'm not sure what you want to say. Find them by clicking on each from outline view (any bit of a texture) and then turn those groups off in the layers palette, the groups are named so you know if you are turning off the right thing. That's it.

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I think I know what needs to be done now. BTW are you a technical illustrator?

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Rules are for the guidance of wise men and the obedience of fools.

Mac OS Mojave Version 10.14.6

AD version 1.10.5

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