Industrial Design Sketching – Perspective Basics

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Industrial Design Sketching – Perspective Basics Sometimes it’s good to go back to the basics. I love to sketch cars, I also love to sketch things in perspective. In this video, I combine those two things to show you a few perspective exercises that have helped me understand it better. Hopefully it will help you…

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9 Steps to Sketch a Car with Markers

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Sketching cars with markers will always be a little bit more special than using Photoshop for me. Here are 9 steps to sketch a car with markers I think you’ll enjoy.   Step 1:  Fill out the outline of the car with a light pencil. Messed up the lines? No worries, they will get buried under…

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Top 9 Industrial Design Blogs

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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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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. ==> http://www.fastcodesign.com/3052765/13-gifs-of-concept-cars-morphing-into-real-vehicles?utm_source#1 Usually I think something in the styling and proportions of a…

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I’m Not a Fan of Making Grand Plans

I’m not a big fan of making grand plans for years to come. Whether it be geographical, in a state of mind or working on a project, staying too long in one place is dangerous. Having life “planned out” sounds incredibly boring to me. When I can see myself and know exactly where I will…

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Apple Pencil – Just a stylus or am I missing something?

The Apple Pencil has me confused. I’m watching the live event by Apple and they introduce the stylus. Jony Ive could probably sell ice to eskimos. With his soothing, calm british accent he can make anything sound incredibly amazing and dream like. But isn’t the Apple Pencil JUST A STYLUS? Is there anything revolutionary about…

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The Secret to Getting Things Done

Sometimes I have a task at hand and know exactly what needs to be done, but it is so hard to start doing it. It might be something like doing the dishes. Or going for a run. Or maybe I have some sketches I told myself I would do hours ago. When I pass the…

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The Secret to Getting Started

                Setting up goals can be both motivating and a bit intimidating. The more we define what the goal is, the more detailed the road to get there gets. A lot of times, this can get overwhelming. I’ve been in that situation too many times to count. And…

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Good Enough is the Enemy of Great

This is back home in Sweden in my moms house about 5 years ago. I was home for a few days from studying in Italy. That’s my little brother on the couch. He’s probably looking for an old bicycle or car to fix up and sell. Since then he has started a business and built…

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I Opened Up My Old MacBook…

I opened up my old MacBook and found some sketches from way back. 2008 was my second year studying industrial design in a small city in the middle of Sweden. I used to take the bus home to Stockholm on the holidays, it was about a 4 hour ride. I really enjoyed those rides. Especially…

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