When I was a student at Art Center College of Design I was fascinated by using Canson Paper to color, sketch, and render my car design projects. This Canson technique comes form many years ago, the “Maestro” Giorgetto Giugiaro used it a lot and his illustrations made me dream a lot. When I learned this illustration technique I really liked it and I used quite lot of times.
In my latest Youtube tutorial video I show how to do it, using color pencils markers and few color chalcks.
Check the video and enjoy!
If you are interested in my latest Ebook about Car Sketching Tutorials please click: SKETCHING CARS!
several times some of you keep on asking about how to make an Entry Portfolio for Design school admission. How many drawings or projects? What type of drawings? Just sketches or some color renderings, too? What kind of organization do I need to prepare a good one? How not to miss my chance to be accepted and start my Transportation Design Bachelor program in school.
So, to put order about this important topic I made my latest DESIGN TALK on my Youtube channel talking about the Entry Portfolio and how to make one.
The Sketching Design Academy live tutorial videos continues on my Youtube channel with this tutorial about how to draw a red car and naturally Red means Ferrari. So I tried to sketch a Ferrari looking sportscar or supercar and used all the necessary colors to give the realistic effect of a red car. The color technique is a mixmedia made of Prismacolor Nupastels, Faber Castel soft color pencils, Gray markers, black marker, white Guache.
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