Renault Design decided to offer a special internship program dedicated to Car Design students. This internship has been called Design Academy India because focused on Cheannai and Mumbai Renault Design studios future development in India.
On the 14th of November the Final Presentation Design Academy India was held and here the final 4 interns with their models presented to Mr Patrick Lecharpy VP Advanced Design & Head of India Design Operations.
The Design Academy project is organized by Renault Design and developed under the lead of Project Director Patrick Lecharpy (VP Advanced Design and Head of Renault Design India studios) and Project Manager Luciano Bove, (Design Academy Head of Program and Advanced Design Manager).
The objective is to select and put together 6 talents during a highly professional internship of 6 months in Chennai Design Studio in India.
Please visit the Renault Design Academy Website for more info and registration form at:
when I read the news on Facebook about Bryon’s death I was wordless and I thought …”now he is back with Imre (Molnar) “… the couple is back together.
The Design community is loosing one of main design actor as designer and also design educator, Bryon spent his life transmitting and sharing his immense knowledge to young people helping them on their life journey.
I met Bryon Fitzpatrick at Art Center Europe in early 90′ when I started teaching there on Saturday’s classes. Imre Molnar was there, too. How many times we spent nice time eating all together after class, how many times with students we talked Design thinking, how many times he gave me nice suggestions to help me to be a better teacher.
From 94′ on our professional lives changed so he moved with Imre Molnar at CCS in Detroit I started my adventure at IED as Head of Car Design Dept. However no matter what we always found few hours during those years to meet remembering the good old times and also telling each others our experiences about design schools.
Last time I talked to Bryon was 2 years ago, and recently via Facebook a bit more often, and now the sad news.
Dear Bryon I’ll miss you, I will keep thinking of you when I will go to a design school to talk to students, or when I answer to those that write to me looking for help.
lets get back to work with the first 2014 post about sketching cars. I checked this excellent video by our friend Driven Mavens sketching the new 2014 C7 Corvette Stingray!
Important aspects of this sketching lesson by Driven Mavens are:
-soft line quality when starting to sketch the overall car
-correct proportions and perspective
-harder and darker line quality to give a better definition to the sketch and also a sort of 3D effect
-some sections applied for a better volume definition
-the good shading by pencil and reflections line
-the car shadow applied on the ground in a dynamic way for a good composition on paper
Volvo Concept in Alias Autodesk ( Technologyka.com )
Design in general and Car Design in a deeper way have a very strong relationship with CAD modelers or virtual 3D designers, it is thanks to new technologies that today we have new and faster design processus with an important cost reduction issue and a more flexible method.
However; how designers and CAD/Alias Autodesk modelers work together? How is it in Car Design Studios?
I make this question because today this is still a strange subject to treat, very often we can listen to stories like: he did not do what I asked and sketched, or… to read click “continue”.
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