Loved the little video, explanation is pretty spot on and your place is shockingly similar to mine and other designers/architects I know, that is pretty cool : )yo wrote:. there is also a bonus behind the scenes look at my home design studio
In my last video I sketched one of the most complex products you can represent on paper, a car. Lets take it down a notch. In this episode I’ll be sketching a front load washing machine. I wanted to draw something rather geometric to show you a particular technique of sketching with drawing tools. My very first boss out of design school, Aaron Szymanski at Evo Design, had this amazing technique where he could draw with straight edges and ellipse guides but still keep the sketch light and airy, not too tight. The way he showed me that he did this is by moving the drawing tool slightly as you go back and forth across your lines. This way the lines feel sketchier. So I’ve brought out my Rocky’s Modern Life ruler and an ellipse guide to show you how to work up a sketch with this method.
I always struggle with adding grain. Are those prismacolour markers? The fine tip they have makes the grain look a lot more legitimate than the thicker ones I've tried.