a front view perspective for this car sketch. Not an usual view seen the angle I used, but for sure very dynamic. I used a black ball point pen for the outline, I used 2 cool gray tones markers for shading and a black felt tip pen for the last line tune up.
a new video about a car sketch tutorial made in 3 steps. This time I used a felt tip pen for Step 1 for a rugh linework and proportion study in side view. Step 2 is done with a light marker thin point making all necessary corrections, and step 3 is done with a blue soft color pencil Faber Castel or Prismacolor to apply a final quality finish giving enphasis to line quality and shading. A light background to frame well the composition on page.
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.
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!
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