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Design Management The Right Attitude

To manage a car design project is not easy because it is a complex task. You need a vision, a strategy and most of all you need the right “attitude'” to do it.

In this video I try to explain what does it mean to have that right attitude to manage a car design project. What does it take to impress the right mood to the team to cooperate all together.

Team building and problems solving are important, but the way you as manager work and interact with the team members is more important to achieve the mission.

Enjoy!

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Do Cars Look Alike? Not Really…

Very often people say that “today’s cars are too similar to each others”. However, if we get deeper into how we plan and develop automobiles we discover that this assumption is not really true.

In this video I give my personal view of it, telling a bit about what I saw and see today while making a new car project.

Enjoy!

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Design Management: The Win Win Negotiation

To be a design manager means to help designers’ team requests to be accepted by the Product Project Team so that the final result will be satisfying.

In Car Design, where projects development is really complex, Design Management strategy and tactics are very important to get what Design is looking for. The Design Project Manager is the link between designers team and rest of company team (engineers, product planning, purchasing, marketing, at so on).

In this short video I try to give some usefull infos about this topic.

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The Undercut in Car Design

In my life as designer I saw several times the Undercut in Car Design Contest. Generally the victim is a very talented car designer who is very young, she/he needs expirience and this is the main problem causing the mistake.

In my video I explain how this can happen and what to do to contrast that risk.

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Luciano Bove video The Undercut in Car Design
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Porsche Drawing Tutorial by Michele Leonello

Car Sketch Tutorial by Michele Leonello

Dear friends,

today I have the pleasure to publish an excellent drawing tutorial done by designer & teacher Michele Leonello. The Porsche marker tutorial has everything right to show all the steps to start a good car sketch and end it up with some colors for a brilliant final result.

The first 3 drawings show the first 3 steps which are concentrated on : proportions, linework & tone value base (the light gray marker). It is the best way to block in the overall composition.

Now let’s see the last 3 and final drawings to discover the final result.

 

As you can see Michele added all value tones in Gray to show depth and volumes (surfaces), he also added the warm and cool values to show how surfaces turn to the light or in shadow, few extra details (tail lights and brakes) and some black to push the drawing in its contrast to make of it a punchy one.

At the end he refined the linework to make it crispy in some areas, final touch the white light spot with white guache on the glass which is also the focal point area.

I hope you enjoied it, now try to do it yourself and post on IG at #lucianobovereview I will give you a feedback.

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How to Present your Car Design Project

 

How do you present your car design project in school or your portfolio’s projects?

Design students many times have really nice works and projects done, but when it comes to present them to people in public something strange happens, they do not sell their ideas well enough.

In this video some tips & advices to improve your way you present your design projects specially in Transportation Design field.

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