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Automotive Design - Video Tutorials

Postby DESIGN_Tafuro » December 12th, 2017, 9:35 pm


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Hi all, I am new to the community and wanted to do a bit of an introduction, this being my first post, I am an Industrial designer by trade, one with a passion for automotive design. I am currently working as a furniture designer but one day aspire to apply my abilities as a automotive designer. I love what I do, the hands on aspects, the technical aspects I love that I am able to create something out of nothing, and I know all of us here share the same passion.

At the beginning of last year I decided to pursue my passion for automotive design by creating a YouTube channel to showcase some of my work and to provide demonstrations for those eager to learn how to draw cars or as I put it in my videos HOW2CARS.

I am writing this post in hopes to help promote my channel. I feel that it's certainly come along way since it's launch but does not have a very good following, and thats partly because I have not done much promoting beyond YouTube until now.

The channel was made with the best intentions in mind, I would really like to help aspiring young designers and teach those interested the fundamentals of sketching cars. I post videos fairly frequently and would love to continue to do so. A larger following would certainly motivate me to continue posting videos.

Anyways, without further adieu, you can find my latest video demonstration here:


and a link to my YouTube channel here:
http://www.youtube.com/c/DESIGNTafuro

Any feedback or advice on how to help my channel grow would be much appreciated :wink: I really look forward to hearing all of your thoughts. Thank you all so much and remember keep sketching keep aspiring, keep climbing new heights!

Re: Automotive Design - Video Tutorials

Postby DESIGN_Tafuro » December 13th, 2017, 9:09 pm


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btw, for those interested, here is the initial sketch demonstration



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