I know, I know. It’s been a while right? No videos, no updates etc etc. I’ve had my hands in a few things lately and needless to say, I’v e been SUPER busy. I have some good plans for the site though– a way to simplify things if you will (more on that later, as [...]
Posts Tagged ‘Pen’
Video tutorial on how to sketch form quickly using simple contour lines.
Pilot Hitec C, Prisma Markers, Bond Paper – 12mins
Yes I got married and on my honeymoon (with the permission of my lovely bride), represented for IDSKETCHING.COM at the IDSA Western Conference. Hosting the workshop was a fun experience and we had a good showing from students and professionals alike.
See: Marker Tutorial: Cube Last week, I did a quick sketch render of a cube. This week, we’ll take a look at a cylinder. If you ‘d like to follow along, simply download the cylinder sketch here and print it out. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can run some marker paper through the printer and [...]
Who doesn’t like looking at juicy car sketches right? These very cool emotional sketches of the new Mercedes-Benz SLR were released today and they are quite nice! The newest and last SLR being produced by Mercedes does not dissapoint! You can tell the designer was making vroom vroom noises as he penned these out…check out [...]
Alot of people have been asking for this, so i finally decided to do it . . . but this time in step-by-step style without the video. Go easy on me. If something isn’t terribly clear, feel free to email us or comment and we’ll update this post to make it water tight. First off, [...]
Sketches can be very effective communication tools. Take the cutaway view. Without it, I would have no idea that the inside of these spheres is green goo. A cutaway view of an object is one that shows the outer as well as inner features of a given design. The easy way to do one is [...]
When it all comes down to it, we sketch to communicate. Sometimes simply sketching an object in the standard orthographic and perspective views isn’t enough. In cases like these, we sometimes need to go a little deeper with our explanation/communication to the viewer, and that’s where an exploded view comes in.