Sketch like an Industrial Designer
with Jorge Paricio
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03 Steps of Rendering Coffee Maker06:02
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About The Class
freehand product renderings.
Despite the proliferation of rendering software, there is still a place in the market for freehand designs. In this class, Jorge will teach you techniques for drawing products for professional use.
- Render objects from multiple perspectives
- Simulate reflections and materials
- Sketch with different tools
- Create orthographic views
In Sketch like an Industrial Designer, you’ll learn how to create professional, comprehensive product visualizations that you’ll be proud to deliver to clients.
Preliminary Sketches of Different Products05:53
Steps of Rendering Coffee Maker06:02
How to Create Quick Orthographic Views20:35
Description of Isometric, Oblique, 1-2-3 Point Perspective Views11:03
Best Angle for Perspective View06:16
Perspective View on Graphics 360 Paper using Different Materials13:31
Final Render of Coffee Maker15:19
Working with Preliminary Sketches of Street Cleaner16:25
Chrome and Reflective Materials10:42
Final Render of Exterior of Street Cleaner06:41
Sketches of Interior of Street Sweeper09:18
Design Concepts for the Interior07:20
Final Rendering of Interior and Exterior of Sweeper17:47
Defining Final Outlines and Contrast08:04
Creating Texture and Composition04:31
Jorge Paricio's passion for drawing and design started early, being raised by artist parents. After having obtained his Bachelors degree in Fine Arts in Madrid, Spain, with the highest GPA in his specialty, he set sail to New York to obtain his Masters Degree in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute. He later obtained his Doctorate degree with a dissertation titled “Freehand Sketching in Industrial Design”. This led eleven years later to the publication of his first solo title: “Perspective Sketching: Freehand and Digital Drawing Techniques for Artists and Designers”, by Rockport Publishers. ... read moreSee instructor's Classes
Freehand Industrial Design Packet.pdf
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Sorry to be harsh but this course was really bad. I feel mean posting this but I wish someone had given it an honest review before I bought it. It's nicely presented and well organised but the level of sketching is far below what's required for a design teacher. Sorry Jorge :(
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