Start Your Engines: Surface Vehicle Sketches & Renderings by Scott Robertson: Ground Vehicles Sketches and Renderings from the. DRIVE builds upon the success of his prior two vehicle design brooks, Start Your Engines and Lift Off. Featuring four chapters, each. start your engines: surface vehicle sketches & renderings from the drawthrough collection (pdf) by scott robertson (ebook). Start Your Engines compiles works.
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March 1, In Articles Good Books on Design Sketching Updated October Good sketching skills are important in any design process, and something truly needed in the design industry today. While working in the design industry, I have seen many young designers give up on sketching because they think they cannot do it. The truth is sketching is an activity that requires constant practice to perfect. Therefore the will to practice is essential in helping you succeed, hopefully to the point where sketching becomes second nature to you. Or at the very least, you would get to the point where it would be easy to visualize a design in your mind. One good way to improve your drawing is to use good sketches and sketch techniques to inspire and motivate you. So here are some design sketch references and sources that I have found both helpful and meaningful.
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Showing Rating details. Sort order. Oct 26, Parka rated it it was amazing Shelves: More pictures at parkablogs. Annis Naeem and Daniel Gardner. It's a great idea to have an art book as a portfolio. This book is about cool cars and awesome rigs. It's a page hardcover with a very nice cover.
The pages are just loaded with concept sketches, paintings and 3D models. Four basic vehicle types are featured as chapters, n More pictures at parkablogs. Four basic vehicle types are featured as chapters, namely Aerospace, Military, Pro Sport and Salvage. Within each chapter, you'll see fast cars, off-roaders, juggernaut-type vehicles, a few bikes, and other sleek mean machines. This book is a valuable resource for ideas with its immense variety. There are so many ways you can design chassis, wheels, suspension, exhaust, etc.
The concepts are good looking, inspiring and sometimes surprising -- the first vehicle looked like a frog. Through the multiple thumbnail sketches provided, you can see how the design evolved at different stages until it's finally painted or modeled in 3D.
Speaking of 3D models, they are impressive.
And there are lots of them in the book. Tremendous amount of detail are included in the models, before they are textured, lit and finally rendered in a photo-realistic manner. It's amazing to see the vehicle when everything is put together, with all the cuttings, wirings and parts.
The result is a vehicle that looks believable and like it has character. Artist commentary is also available throughout to give a sense of what they have to work with and how they think. Ahamed Shahin rated it it was amazing Nov 19, Shyue Chou Chuang rated it it was ok Dec 28, The excellent collection of design sketch explorations makes this book worth buying. Well-known for their good design sketching skills, this book features many strong designs that have been done in various mediums pens, pencils, markers and computer programs like Photoshop and Illustrator.
The Design Sketching website provides sneak previews of the some of the chapters in this book.
Their 2D rendering skills are so amazing that you will be tempted to order it! Learning Curves by Klara Sjolen and Allan Macdonald From the same publisher that brought you Design Sketching, Learning Curves is a follow-up book targeted to take design sketchers to the next level by helping them to really learn how to sketch.
The book includes samples of sketching work of over 60 professional product, industrial and transportation designers from around the world. Structured more like a comprehensive list of hints and tips, designers can quickly find help in improving specific areas of their sketching abilities.
You can find great tips such as sketching reflections, playing with line weights, constructing sketch scenes, creating exciting viewpoints and even workflow improvements such as generating more ideas via sketching etc. The authors hope that this new approach is more meaningful and refreshing than the more usual tutorial route. You should too.