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.
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!
The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.