Time to go for some more advance product design sketching.
This course will feature detailed sketches done at line drawing level and with simple hatching for materials and shadows.
The only drawing tools you will need are 2B pencils and a nice stack of A4 paper.
We will start off with a recap on perspective, then go for detailed sketching for multiple assignments: commercial, interior design and conceptual.
I will walk you step by step for each assignment in particular so you can follow along each of the sketches from start to finish and get the particularities of each lesson (as a warning, each lesson will be completely different than the other, and each lesson will build up on the previous)
Note: For some of my sketches I have started off with reference materials on which I have added my own ideas and concept.
How you will change after finishing this course:
Learn to correctly sketch advanced product design with flawless perspective technique.
Develop an intuitive artistic creativity (sketch ideas on the spot).
Build product design visual culture (learn to draw anything from pavilions to space ships).
What you will learn:
- Short recap on correct perspective and basic volume shadows
- Shift your sketching scale and design totems as well product design pavilions
- Draw unconventional and original product packaging for bottles, fruit as well as patterns for any box wrapping
- Draw and design original, detailed shelving units for any room
- Design abstract vases as examples of bespoke product design
- Expand your visual culture for drawing interior design objects
- Get advanced line drawing graphics by sketching futuristic starship and helmet designs
- Learn to draw concept car designs and get used to balancing of vehicle aergonomics and aesthetics
- Get used to conceptual sketching by drawing futuristic robot designs with curved geometry and a lot of detailing
Product design concept sketching isn’t for everybody – some people might think that sketching futuristic designs for helmets, cars or spaceships has absolutely no practical value for their professional career.
If that is the case, then thanks for the time and I wish you all the best.
But if you genuinely want to get your sketching skills to the next level and merge pen-on-paper thinking with advanced conceptual sketching, then click on the ‘add to cart’ button and I will see you on the inside!