A Quick Car Sketching Trick I Want to Show You

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Here’s a quick car sketching trick I want to show you. This is something I had problems with for a long time. Whenever I wanted to sketch a 3/4 front view, it always looked weird!! Then I found out what was wrong. When I looked at my sketches in a mirror, it looked like the…

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Industrial Design Sketching – Quick BiC Pen Car

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Sometimes all you need is to put on some acoustic guitar tracks, grab a pen and some paper you find laying around and put down some lines. See where it takes you! In this video I’m sketching a coupe (surprise) in perspective rear view and side view. Tools used: – BiC Round Stic M pen…

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How to Sketch Wood Texture with Markers

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It’s been a while since the last time I tried to sketch wood texture with markers. In this video, I’ll show you the process of how I’m doing it. I used 3 shades of brown for this. Starting with the lightest shade, covering the entire block of wood. Then I decide where the light source…

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How to Sketch Cars with Markers Loose Style

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Sketch cars with markers, what else is there to say! Gotta love it. In this time-lapse video, I sketch a couple of sports cars in different perspectives, one is front view with a slight angle the other is a 3/4 rear view. I mess up a lot in this video, that’s the fun part of…

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How to Marker – Easy Shading with Few Markers

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Here’s how to marker a relatively easy shape and a shape that’s a bit more organic. Mess things up! Don’t worry about it. Have fun and then do it all again — BornToSketch.com Markers, pencils, T-shirt & more on Use promo code SKETCH10 for 10% off your entire order! Follow @thesketchmonkey on Instagram!

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Improve Your Sketching By Being A Copycat – Here’s how

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Improve your sketching by being a copycat, by that I mean find designers or artist who has a style that you really like, then try to copy their work. Put your sketch side by side with the original and see what you can do better. For me, Tommy Forsgren has been a huge inspiration since…

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How to Sketch a Car In Perspective Front View

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Decided to put together a quick little video on how to sketch a car in perspective front view, kinda like a sequel to the previous video since many of you were asking for it. So here it is! Basically the same technique as the 3/4 rear view, with the one major difference being the position…

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Weekend Sketch Challenge

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Here’s a weekend sketch challenge for you that I know will make your sketching skills go through the roof by Monday. Here’s what I suggest: Find an old sketch you’ve done, it can be of anything – a car, a vacuum cleaner or why not one of the Street Fighter characters. It doesn’t matter. What…

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3 Key Lines to Sketching Cars in Perspective

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Hey! In this quick video, I want to show you something I hate doing – sketching cars… Just kidding, who doesn’t love to sketch cars? Madness! Anyway, inside the video you’ll learn about the 3 key lines you need when sketching cars in perspective. We’re gonna focus on 3/4 rear view (yes that’s right , my favorite…

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Industrial Design Sketching – How to Sketch Ellipses

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Ellipses are a big part of industrial design sketching. But sketching ellipses can be hard. Here’s a quick trick that I think might help you out if you’re struggling with it. Worked for me, hopefully it works for you too. Oh, and don’t forget your coffee!!!

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