Industrial Design Sketching – How to Get Smooth Lines A hint: It’s all about that shoulder/elbow.
Industrial Design Sketching – Hatchback Side View Tools used: Cool grey markers BiC Pen Uni Posca Pen white ink — BornToSketch.com Markers, pencils, T-shirt & more Use promo code SKETCH10 for 10% off your entire order! Follow @thesketchmonkey on Instagram!
Let’s sketch headphones! When starting to sketch products, I always want to start big. By that I mean start by identifying the big shapes and geometries of the design before jumping in to the details. — BornToSketch.com Markers, pencils, T-shirt & more Use promo code SKETCH10 for 10% off your entire order! Follow @thesketchmonkey…
Made this sketch in between putting up hurricane shutters. The idea is to keep the pen moving and don’t stop too long to think about the lines, just draw them and see what comes out. Try it out yourself! Less think, more do! Get your markers used in this video right here:
Knowing where to put markers on a sketch can be tricky sometimes. That’s why there are a couple of guidelines to follow. In the video below, you’ll learn a couple of them I like to use. ON SALE NOW! Get your markers here for a huge discount – https://borntosketch.com/collections/designer-tools/products/designer-markers HERE’S THE VIDEO: