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In this design marker review video I’ll go over 6 different marker brands and show you how well each brand blend on marker paper. I will be using 2 markers of a similar shade of each brand. Except for the Promarker since I messed that up.Summary: Prismacolor: Great marker for a specific type of sketching. Personally, I’m not a huge fan. I don’t like the fat nib since it literally blocks my view of where I’m sketching. Also the ink distribution is weird. Almost like it’s constantly going dry even though the marker itself is new. Touchnew: Great marker with vibrant colors....

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Proportions! How to Sketch Products Quickly & Easily (It Gets Weird) Proportions. It’s a pain to get right sometimes isn’t it. Well it doesn’t have to be. In this video, you’ll learn how to think about proportions when sketching products and of course….cars. You want to start BIG. Explore the big elements of your products and how each element relates to another. Start with big cubes, rectangles and ellipses to get the proportions down correctly BEFORE going into detail. There is no point of adding details if the scale and proportions are off. This is why we want to start...

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3 Important Sketching Exercises for Any Designer (Beginner) It’s easy to forget the essentials of design sketching. Oftentimes we want to skip the basics when we are learning something new and jump straight into the advanced stuff. In this video, you will learn of 3 important sketching exercises that I think is useful for any type of designer or illustrator. One thing to keep in mind when learning new things is that you do have to implement what you learn. Sometimes it can feel like we’ve made progress by simply watching a video or reading a book. It makes us...

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Industrial Design Sketching –  in this video, you will learn how to add section lines to your product design sketches using simple techniques.

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Speed form sketching is a great way to unleash your creativity when you feel stuck. Simply fill up the paper with lines and see if you can get any cool shapes out of the lines. In this video, I show you how I would do this.

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