The Coronavirus is forcing us to stay home and I respect the new rules to try fast to win this virus. So, I stay home and I make more videos for you. Here the latest one: a new Car Sketch Tutorial with a fast simple technique.
I made anothe acrylic painting trial and also a video of it a sort of tutorial. So, if you are interested in painting please check full video. Enjoy!
Design students have to learn how to make their CV before they finish school. It is important for applying to an Internship or for a real job.
Design students, coming from a Design school and willing to get a designer job, must pay lot of attention about the “how” they should prepare and organize their CV.
I would say that they should “Design ” their CV.
In this video I give some suggestions about how to do it. Enjoy!
It is normal for young Design students and designers to have tendency to overload their Designs. Projects’ presentations become difficult to read, to be appreciated because of all detailing and Design themes all together on the same car design proposal or products.
In this video I try to give some tips about this problem. Check it out!
Sketching Cars is my latest e-book in PDF format easy to download on your digital device to see and learn first important steps to make in order to start sketching cars.
This e-book can be very useful to young design students and also simple car design lovers with the hobby of sketching cars.
Easy to understand, with many images showing all the steps for sketching cars exteriors & interiors, at the end there is also a section dedicated to car illustration techniques.
Please check by clicking here: Luciano Bove’s e-books
or just click the cover image on your right side of this website 🙂
Exactly one year ago I made my sketching tutorial eBook “Sketching Cars“
In this eBook I made several step by step tutorials about the basics of sketching and also of illustration, several medias to color car sketches. In this presentation video you can see a bit of it.
So, if you are interested about this eBook or others I made please check the following link to be directed to my eBook page: Luciano Bove’s eBooks
Yesterday 30th of December 2019 Syd Mead passed away.
It is difficult to find the right words to describe the man, the artist, the designer, the visionary talent he has been and how much he inspired all of us and still will continue to do for next generations to come.
Syd Mead was born in Minnesota on the 18th of July in 1933, he was a student of Art Center in Los Angeles (later renamed Art Center College of Design in Pasadena) where I graduated in 1959. Car designer first and visionary designer later he is most known and remembered as probably the most visionary designer whom inspired the Science Fiction movie industry in USA during the 80’s. Star Trek and Blade Runner just to name a couple of films that made us dream of a future life really different from the real one we were living at that time.
Syd Mead, since his Design Company creation in 1970, worked also for some European firms as industrial designer and visionary designer, he also gave a strong contribution to some important Japanese brands like Sony or Minolta, he contributed to some video games productions.
I met him when he came to visit our school (ACCD) during my 7th semester, he came to give a speech with many visuals and we were all completely struck by his words and images, definitively an inspiring person. After his speech he came down stage to talk to us closer and we discovered a very nice person, too. Warm, smiling and enthusiast to share his experience.
When I started to teach car design often, I would say to students: please search for this name “Syd Mead” you will find the right inspiration!
We all love his illustrations and his gouache technique, we all tried to copy it mixing the indigo blue the black the white the orange and violet for the sunset reflections, the glass reflections and the magic rule for the Warm light and Cool light, the dramatic perspective for a dynamic composition on paper. I could continue, we all learned from him to be better and more complete designers (in any field).
Syd Mead was someone with an extraordinary talent, one of a kind. He worked motivated by his strong passion for designing the unknown and he never really stopped. He inspired tons of people and still will because he is unforgettable!
We will miss you!