So it’s always good to try new things and push your design skills. I thought it might be good for me to try and sketch out a toy of some sort to get myself into a different style/mood and to learn new things. I ended up doing just a basic little toy cell phone for [...]
Posts Tagged ‘Digital’
Well the Kamaz Competition over at Cardesign.ru is nearly dunzo. If you are participating, I think there might be a few hours left to upload your work still. I thought I’d post some of the work I did for it here for all to see. I wish I would have spent more time on it [...]
Here is a little video I prepared for a quick gestural type of sketching that is good for an ideation process. This type of sketching works well for me when I need to sketch something more complex. It allows you to cheat a bit by just sort of indicating where things may go without having [...]
As a designer it is important to be a form giver. One of the hardest things to do with a sketch is making something 2d appear 3d by giving it structure and a feeling of substance. Sometimes searching for form and developing surface is a matter of diving into some scrappy sketch exploration. This video [...]
SketchBook Pro is an incredibly easy and straight foward piece of sketching sofware available for Mac or PC. (seriously it will take you only a few hours to learn). The folks at Autodesk have been working hard to make it even better with an update version available soon! Our friend Chris Cheung over at Autodesk [...]
This is an update to the last Canson quick and dirty. This is the full speed ahead version and is just meant to show process. Presented by John.
Sketch rendering step by step demo by footwear guru Cheng Kue. Presented by John Muhlenkamp.
See how to set up a quick and popular method for presenting your sketches. Learn how to create some drama through contrast and put together some quick hotness.
So you’ve got an orthographic (front view, sideview, or end view) sketch and you wanna make that sing in perspective? Better yet, what if you have one that’s circular in cross-section? Well, Luckily I’ve put together this awesome demo on just how to do that. I’m using Sketchbook Pro as my tool and a Wacom [...]
I love robots. You love robots, and better yet, if you’re reading this, you love sketching. Here’s my process on how to sketch and doodle your ideas digitally. My weapon of choice? Sketchbook Pro by Autodesk.
Here at IDSKETCHING.COM, we love cameras, so much so that we decided to do a sketch demonstration featuring an SLR-ish camera. Done in Autodesk Sketchbook Pro.
Ellipses can be a pain. Watch this video to find out why and how to get perfect results by following some basic rules.