Industrial Design Tools I use

Standup Desk

Sometimes I get the question about what industrial design tools I use and thought I’d make a short list of the essentials here. First of all, I just invested in a stand up desk the other day. Love it! I feel less drowsy and more alert plus whenever I’m done working it feels good to sit…

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Mute the Outside Noise & Focus on What You Want

Me visiting Blowing Rocks Preserve near Jupiter, FL. I tried to take off in the wind...

Interesting story, when Mozart was composing at the end of the eighteenth century, the city of Vienna was so quiet that fire alarms could be given verbally by a shouting watchman mounted on top of St. Stefan’s Cathedral. It’s interesting to compare this with modern times. Although you can easily find a place to hear…

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Perspective Sketching Made Easy: From Coffee Cups to Cars

GlassSketching

Perspective Sketching Made Easy: From Coffee Cups to Cars is my new course on perspective sketching. What’s the course about?  Many of us have seen the conventional way of sketching in perspective. Whether it’s 2-point or 3 point perspective, they ALL follow certain rules. In this class, I’m going to show you a completely different way of…

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Tesla Model 3 Renders All Other Small-Sized Sedans Obsolete

Photo: https://www.teslamotors.com/

So this beautiful sculpture, the Tesla Model 3, essentially renders all other small-sized sedans obsolete, or am I missing something? Because who in their right mind would go out and buy a brand new Audi A4, Mercedes C-class, BMW 4-series or the like when this is available for a similar or even lower price? It’s…

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