Top 9 Industrial Design Blogs


Industrial design blogs can be pretty hard to find, especially good ones. By good ones I mean blogs that are updated regularly with great content related to industrial design. Here are TheSketchMonkey’s top 9 industrial design blogs of the interwebs. 1, Core 77 Core 77 is probably the number one blog when it comes to articles…

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There Are No Shortcuts to Progress and Success

Quite often I get asked what kind of tools I use to sketch. What kind of markers or what kind of pen. What I use for highlights or what paper works best with markers. While these are all legit questions, all of which I myself was asking just a few years ago, I kinda want…

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Concept Car to Production Car – What Gets Lost Along the Way

A friend of mine sent me a link that shows a bunch of .gifs with the transformation from concept car to production car, kind of like morphing in between the two. I thought it was interesting and wanted to share it with you. ==> Usually I think something in the styling and proportions of a…

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Industrial Design – How to Sketch Car Reflections with Copic Markers

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Hey! Hope you’re having an awesome day. I thought I’d share a sketching video with you that I think you might find helpful, especially if you’re into marker sketching and car design in particular. Obviously these techniques can be applied to all industrial design sketching, not just car design or transportation design. The key is…

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How to sketch wheels

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Hello Designers, it’s time for another video tutorial! This time, we’re going to talk about how to sketch wheels. This is something I get asked a lot. Now I did make a tutorial on this a while back, which you can watch here, but I thought it would be fun to make a new one.…

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How to Sketch a Car with Markers


Hey Designers! In this video, I’ll show you real quick how to sketch a car with markers and the steps I take to get it done. Basically, you want to start out loose with a pencil or very fine pen lines. You don’t have to worry too much about messing up at this stage, most…

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