Friday, August 28, 2015

Car Design Sketching Tips book is now online!

Car Design Sketching Tips on www.lulu.com by Luciano Bove
Dear friends,
it was time for me to make a "reference guide" for drawing cars correctly, starting from basics of drawing with a step by step guide with 49 illustrated pages just for you!


Car Design Sketching Tips is the book to have!

Side perspective guide by LB
-how to start with warm-up exercises
-what exercises to do constantly for a serious training
-how to sketch a car in perspective
-how reflections work on a car body
-chiaroscuro on cars
-new illustrations & drawings to explain it




Top perspective guide by LB

I tried my best to keep the price as low as possible to make sure all of you can afford to buy it so if you order it you will pay 14,99 USD

Car Design Sketching Tips make your order now!





Enjoy and Thank You!


Luciano

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Thursday, August 27, 2015

Ready for school? Some tips for you...

Dear friends,

in a few weeks it is time to start your first day of Design school, or simply go back to school, or start your last semester before graduation.

In any case I want you to be concentrate on: discipline, exercising always a lot, portfolio

If you are just starting school you might want to understand very fast that being disciplined and exercising a lot will help you to start with the right foot.

If you are going back to school to continue your courses be concentrated and  more demanding with yourself, remember your are looking for quality not just quantity. You will probably prepare for an internship, too. So your portfolio needs quality!

If you are going back to finish and get your Bachelor be concentrated on professionalism and management of yourself to put together the best portfolio ever! Do not forget you are preparing to look for a job and soon you will start interviews.... so CV & Portfolio must be top!

Good luck!
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Saturday, August 22, 2015

Car Design Education Tips gadgets on sale!


Dear friends,

I worked on a new set of Car Design Education Tips gadgets for you!

If you wish to buy please click this link: My blog gadgets on sale!

Thank you :)

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Saturday, August 15, 2015

Drawing wheels in perspective. Car sketching tips.

Tutorial sketch by Luciano Bove
Many times I am asked about how to draw wheels in perspective on our car sketches or drawings. Every time I receive this question I give an answer which is "do not forget to direct your ellipse's minor axes to the V.P."
However said like this it does not come across very clearly so I have decided to make a simple video tutorial to show how I do explaining what I do (video at the end of this post).
I thought that this way I might be finally clear about the simple method to use.
Thanks to the video and my oral explanation you will understand how to do and you can try right away on your own over and over again to do it well even better than me.
Do not forget that it is always a matter of method and basic drawing rules to respect and using your talent and passion you will be able to do it!

Tutorial sketch by Luciano Bove


When I was a student in Art Center College of Design our teacher often told us that the easiest way to draw in good perspective rounded objects is to draw first their box or squarish shape.

 Example: Cube = Sphere because the sphere fits into a cube touching all 4 sides.










So when I think to draw a car in side view or in perspective I start sketching first its boxed shape! I apply the classical rules of perspective according to what type of perspective I want to use (1 point, 2 points or 3 points).
I make sure I always draw the box or shape Center Line to control the right proportions between left and right part of the car in perspective. With my Center Line in place I can estimate well those proportions.
Do not forget we have to draw "light" for the box and when we draw our car design sketch those lines will have a different light darker pressure effect...this way at the end of our drawing we will almost not see anymore the box lines.

Now that we understand what does it mean "draw inside a box" lets draw our rectangular box to transform it into a car sketch.
Next step is to draw its wheels to do so I draw 2 square boxes, I draw inside the square the crossing lines to find its center and after this I will simply draw inside the ellipse which will come out automatically correct in perspective having our box already the right perspective (see video).
We can see how the minor axe of our ellipse is going to the right V.P. Obviously we will procede drawing shadow's car on the ground (Black or dark Gray marker) following perspective lines and we will add a bit of reflections on car body using our light Gray marker and we will finish drawing a glass and windshield reflections using a medium Gray marker to get the transparent effect.

Little add of white gouache for highlights and frame better our focal point.
Now our car drawing with correct ellipses in perspective is finished.

Thank you!
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Monday, August 10, 2015

How to use Photoshop tutorial by Alejandro Castaneda


Photoshop rendering by Alejandro Castaneda via FB page
Dear friends,


with this post I want to make clear I am not against Photoshop if well used. Surfing on Facebook I came across Alejandro Castaneda's video about DMC Workshop in which there is a new design interpretation of a beautiful De Lorean.


The workshop starts by looking at the car and starting sketching by hand with a black soft pencil and once the design ideas have been nailed down the Photoshop session starts to go deeper into illustration and presentation final renderings.


I love this video because it shows correct steps to make :
-free hand sketching
-Photoshop rendering


Check the video here click: Alejandro Castaneda's Photoshop DMC


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