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Car Sketch Tutorial in 3 steps by Luciano Bove

Car sketch in side view , a tutorial in 3 steps

Dear friends,

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.

Enjoy the video!

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Design Students & Social Networks, Mistakes to Avoid.

Black car Sketch using color chalks by Luciano Bove

How many times did you think how to show your works to gain visibility in internet? How many times you hoped to be seen by Design professionals? How many times you hoped to be contacted by one of them or to contact them?

Social Networks like Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Linkedin, Youtube, and websites are a great opportunity to communicate with the world.

You do something and you can share it with anybody, what is delicate is “how” you do it! In some disciplines like Design (specially Car Design) you have to be smart enough to communicate and share your works without provoking a negative reaction. It is about your behaviour.

In my video I give few tips & suggestions to avoid most common mistakes.

Enjoy!

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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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