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!
luciano bove tutorial
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.
here a video tutorial I made during last week live on my Youtube channel. It was nice to sketch with my music channel in the background (yes me playing my electric guitar), draw cars starting from a white marker pad paper and using my pens, markers & color pastels by Prismacolor.
Cool to interact with you and going step by step about what I was doing with my tools. Soon I will do it again, so stay tuned 🙂
I made this video to come back to basics of drawing and help all beginners out there that want to learn how to sketch really easy a car in side view.
This is the 3rd video dedicated to Interior Car Sketching, how we can use the same layout to make and develop several different dashboard ideas and concepts.
Enjoy the video!
How to illustrate a car using a red soft color pencil Faber Castel (or Prismacolor). This video you will see all steps I made to draw and illustrate this beautiful classic italian car Alfa Romeo Giulia GT Veloce.
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.