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Car Design – Scolarships, Masters & Online Courses

Todays topic in our DESIGNtalk is about Scolarships, Masters & Online car design courses.

Some of you asked me to talk about those topics and here I am with my technical analysis. Scolarships give you a great opportunity to be in any good design school without paying for it. With a scolarship tuition is offered or partially offered. In order to apply you have to get info via design schools websites and follow their instructions.

Your application portfolio will be the key element to be selected. It is a hard talent competition and for this reason you have to give the best of yourself in terms of presentation and talent. It is about your skills level.

Master programs in Universities or Design schools can be very useful but be carefull because to become a car designer most of times a Master is not enough. In this video I explain why.

Online car design courses are very positive because they give you the opportunity to find a way to exercise and learn a speciphic topic with a dedicated online teacher. It is a way to invest little money to improuve on your own your drawing skills.

Follow all the info in this video.

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Monochromatic Car Sketch Tutorial

Sketch by Luciano Bove

Monochromatic car sketching can be very useful because in a little time we can sketch many ideas in a very clear and professional way. So, i decided to make a monochromatic car sketch tutorial to show you how it can be done.

This is what you need to make your drawing: black soft prismacolor, Cool Gray1 – 3 – 5 markers & a Black markers. Enjoy the video!

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Canson Paper Sketching Tutorial

Canson Paper has been fun, I always liked the color paper technique. I remember great designers from the past using it in an excellent way like the “maestro” Giorgetto Giugiaro.

When I went to school, at Art Center in Pasadena, I got my time to learn the Canson Paper technique and I was very excited about it. I used it a lot for my final project presentations.

Here my latest tutorial video about this color Canson paper technique.

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Canson Paper Car Sketch Tutorial by Luciano Bove

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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Car Sketch is Your Everyday Exercise, it Should Be!

Quick car sketch by Luciano Bove

Sketch, sketch, sketch! Yes this is what you should do everyday, the more you do the better you get. My teacher always told me to sketch a lot and he was right.

Are you struggling with perspective? Line quality? Proportions?

To do it well you need to exercise, fail to improve. Learn from your mistakes and do more. You’ll get it right.

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Car Sketching Tutorials LIVE Youtube Luciano Bove

Dear friends for those that do not know it yet, you can find me every monday on my Youtube Channel “Luciano Bove Car Designer” at 18:30 Paris time to sketch cars together. Tutorials, demos and lots more to share with you a part of my skills as car designer.

I will tell you a bit about how and what to do to become a designer. So subscribe to my channel and share the videos 😉

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