Industrial Design Sketching: Learn to Sketch Products in Perspective & Boost Your Creativity | Marouane Bembli | Skillshare

Industrial Design Sketching: Learn to Sketch Products in Perspective & Boost Your Creativity

Marouane Bembli, Design Professional & Online Teacher

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12 Lessons (1h 1m)
    • 1. Introduction - Welcome!

    • 2. How to unblock your sketchers block

    • 3. Use straight lines for creative exploration

    • 4. Still stuck in your sketching? Think of it like this

    • 5. The FUN & EASY way to sketch anything in perspective

    • 6. Using my "cloud sketching" technique to design a vacuum cleaner. Try it out!

    • 7. Messed some lines up? No worries, adjust as you go

    • 8. Guidelines on how to sketch a car in 3:4 rear view and get it right every time

    • 9. Moving on to sketching the 3:4 front view of the car What to think about

    • 10. Car sketching in side view using the cloud sketching technique

    • 11. Class assignement

    • 12. How to upload your project + quick reminder before we say goodbye for now

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About This Class

Hi, I'm Marouane, industrial designer originally from Stockholm, Sweden, now living and working in South Florida.

What's the class about? 

Many of us have seen the conventional way of sketching in perspective. Whether it's 2-point or 3 point perspective, they ALL follow certain rules. Industrial design sketching can look complicated but in this class, I'm going to show you a completely different way of perspective sketching that I think you will like. We are also going to cover how to unblock a sketchers block and boost your creativity.

The problem?

I like to get to the point as quickly as possible and when it comes to sketching. I like to jump right into sketching the product or object instead of setting up an entire grid system of perspective guidelines. 

The solution!

I want to show you a technique I've been using for years now. Something I call "Cloud sketching". It's about turning your sketches and designs into "clouds" on the paper, capture the proportions and perspective with the help of ellipses and simple geometries. No grid system necessary. 

Once this is done, we can start to add the details and really design our "cloud" into whatever we intended it to be. Sounds strange? It will all make sense inside the course, I promise.

Who is this class for?

This class is for anyone interested in drawing or sketching. It suits beginners who are just starting out with drawing as well as experienced designers and artists. I think there's something in this class for everyone, if you keep an open mind.

Thank you for taking interest in my course, I hope to see you inside.

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