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 ‘John Muhlenkamp’
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 [...]
So I just wanted to post an update and show an overlay sketch of the thumbnail video. I wanted to make sure you could see that it is possible to go in and continue to work out some of your thumbs while keeping them loose and interesting. This sketch was done by simply going over [...]
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 [...]
Our very own – the talented John Muhlenkamp – was featured on Davison.com/creators in a video interview. John shares some insights about design, his life, and likes in this featured video. Check it out and let us know what you think.
I spent a few hours this weekend playing around with my brand new copy of Autodesk’s new SketcBook Pro 2010. We had reported the announcement of it’s release a while back and now it’s here! For your delight, I will be providing a video reveiw of new and improved features this week. For those interested, [...]
It is often beneficial to sketch up a quick idea or two of how a person interacts with a given product. Drawing in a human hand(s) to help present scale and orientation will allow you to quickly communicate exactly how the product lives in the human world. This video tutorial seeks to shed some light [...]
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 [...]
Why yes we do exist outside the website and aren’t just figments of your imagination. John and I (Spencer) had the opportunity to visit one of the local art and design schools in San Francisco for a sit down with some first year students. Sometimes we forget what it was like being in school and [...]
I did a couple of Sketch pages relating to softgoods. This beach bag was sketched up on marker paper with a black Prismacolor pencil and Prismacolor markers on front and back. Check out the link to take a peek. More is on the way!
If you didn’t get a chance to take a look at the article featuring this site in MacLife magazine now is your chance! Follow the link to check it out. The article features sketches from Michael DiTullo, Spencer Nugent, John Muhlenkamp, Steve McDonald, and Jeff Smith. http://www.maclife.com/article/feature/made_mac?page=0%2C6
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.