industrial design tutorials
I hadn´t sketched in a while, but I´m back with this tutorial on car perspectives. Hope it helps!
Whats the program you use for these drawings?
Autodesk´s Sketchbook pro =)
Hi Karla, first of all I would like thank you for sharing your knowledge, not many people do that. I have recently completed Aerospace engineering. I intend to develop my own products. So I was looking for design tutorials and stumbled here (glad I did). I am not bad at drawing at all. But I am planning take an competitive exam to study M.Design at Indian Institute of sciences. They require strong drawing skills, and they talk about things like “clarity of lines in the sketch” and things like that which I don’t understand. When they say “strong drawing skills”, I have no clue what they are looking for. I am willing to work hard and learn. I would be really be grateful to you if you could shed some light on fundamentals of drawing/sketching. I am sorry to bother you with such a beginner question but I don’t know any professional and I really want to learn . I want to know how you guys look at drawings/sketches and analyze them. And how do you define a good sketch/drawing and what sort of things you would look for to make that decision? This Would be a BIG help.
Well… those are a lot of questions. I´m glad if I can help in any way.
For me “strong sketching skills” means that you are able to draw whatever is on your mind… in a way that everyone gets a clear idea with just a sketch.
Then… you asked how to analyse sketches… well, I always think of drawing as construction. Because you have to build the product on paper, so I try to always look at a sketch and guess how the designer drew it. Figure out wich lines he/she did first… and which basic shapes are involved.
I hope this helped =)
incredible job !
you consider this a loos sketch , but i wish i can do something like it <3
it really helped out a lot , i'll start practicing cuz i love drawing cars <3
thanks a lot for this very helpful tutorial
keep it up , i'm a new fan of you <3
thanks for the positive message =)
Hi . I just wanted to say I LOVE YOUR VIDEOS …. and I have too many questions 1st where do You live ? I want U to be my teacher i can pay u how much u want … I wanna be Car designer but im living in Belguim and im going tommorow back to my country Mongolia there is no school about car design or sketch .so please help me … i want U to be my master ok BYE have a great day … and send me e-mails (firstname.lastname@example.org)
YOU ARE A GOD!!!!!!!!!
YOU ARE THE BEST DESIGNER I SEE!!!
REALLY VERY GOOD JOB
i just want to say thank you so much i haven’t tryed to draw a car yet but i’m going to right after this email , how would you set up your buttons up on your drawing pad if you had a Bamboo CTH470 just wondering lol ?
hope to hear back soon, thanks for all the help i hope to be a car designer one day
Ur welcome =) the only buttons I can´t live without are Ctrl+Z and Shift, hope that helps
hey karla, first of all congratulation that u r making people learn around…….
i am gettin admisn in an industrial design college….in india but i dont know rendering specially car rendering is like heck to me…………please try to teach me the basic idea behind drawing shape of cars, i couldnt get perspective idea in one of ur video pls pls help me out so that i can be master in car rendering.
I´ll try and make car videos =)
wow! i just enjoyed your tutorial. I’m also learning how to sketch car concepts. i love your system of teaching in sketchbook pro. i hope to hear from you soon, perhaps you will have made more videos on car tutorials. see ya!
Hi!.. I´ve been a little bussy lately, but hopefully the next tutorials will be on this topic =)
This was EXTREMELY helpful! Thank you for taking the time to put these tutorials out there.
Glad to help =)
hey i love your work i never sketch anything but now after see your work i want to do it i want to be your student so keep working and sorry for my bad english GOD BLASE YOU
I´m sure you would regret saying that! I´m a mean teacher and give my students tons of homework =P
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