Dear friends, many of you are going back to Design School very soon to start a new year or the final one in Transportation Design. Some of you start for the first time, if you wish I invite you to check this video about my Ebook Sketching Cars. A tutorial guide for all of you, 76 pages dedicated to “how to start sketching cars” learning from the basics of drawing until rendering stage. Check this video!
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During last few weeks with my online course students I showed how to use Color Chalks to render and shade surfaces like wind-shields or side glass or car sketches body volumes.
I decided to make a short video tutorial on Youtube because many of you asked for it. So, enjoy!
Yesterday I showed you the final picture of this Copic Markers car Sketch and now here we have the full video on my Youtube channel. Yes , if you want you can check step by step how I made this nice color car sketch using my Copic markers. Luciano Bove
Click and enjoy!
This video is to show a new simple exercise to draw objects in 2 point perspective. I started first from a basic shape the cube because it shows the rules to keep in mind and follow. Second exercise is few products together, a computer with its screen and support plus a mouse. A black and white sketch with shading cast shadows to show how light source effects the sketched products. Both sketches have been done with a black Faber Castell Polychromos pencil.
today a nice tutorial video to show how to use chalks and pastels to shade and render your car sketches. I used Prismacolor pastels ans some soft Prismacolor pencils.
Check out this video tutorial and enjoy!
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 😉
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.
If you want to discover how just click: Ferrari Red Sketch Tutorial by Luciano Bove