This video is to show a new simple exercise to draw objects in 2 point perspective. I started first from a basic shape the cube because it shows the rules to keep in mind and follow. Second exercise is few products together, a computer with its screen and support plus a mouse. A black and white sketch with shading cast shadows to show how light source effects the sketched products. Both sketches have been done with a black Faber Castell Polychromos pencil.
This is full video of my exchange about Design style with ID students from TU/e University in Eindhoven hosted by Martjin van de Wiel. It has been really a pleasure to talk about designer’s style in terms of sketching expression attitude personal developped style and presentations skills with the students. Enjoy the video.
many of you lately are asking me about New Mobility and how Cardesign will change in this changing world. The new challenges, society’s changes, new rules, new behaviours, a better future cleaner planet, new technologies, connectivity, new scenarios…. How is it going to be? Most important, how should you reinvent the transportation system to have a portfolio with the right projects considering future mobilities scenarios? In this video I tell about some of main topics to consider while you are in school making your projects. What inspiration? Which mission? Which orientation? With all changes acting we have to think about a new industrial design strategy plan and we need new technologies which will lead us to new orientations. So, do you have a vision? Did you think that your portfolio will not be a simple car projects’ collection? Think about it.
Today it is really hard to find the famous good old Vincent Vellum paper we used in school.
So, searching I found a “similar” paper made by Canson, it is called Calque and it is a tracing paper.
Yesterday, during my online interactive course, I tried it using the same old good Viscom technique we used in school (working on both sides palying with the transparency). This is the result and honestly it is not bad.
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