Hand Drawing and Sketching Tutorials
A 11 minutes free excerpt from “Concept Car Rendering”, a 55 minutes instructional videos by Driven To Draw, teaching how to render a sportscar with traditional mediums. The full version can be purchased for $14.95 at Gumroad.
A timelapse video by Spencer Nugent showing the design sketching and rendering process of a shoe using pencil and markers.
In this video Marouane Bembli from TheSketchMonkey shows how to practice drawing ellipses, one of the foundation skills for industrial design sketching.
In this tutorial Arvind Ramkrishna from Driven to Draw explains how to tackle a motorcycle sketch, especially if you are not used to draw motorbikes.
In this video tutorial, Arvind Ramkrishna from Driven To Draw shows how to sketch a car in front 3/4 view, a view that allows to communicate the car’s details and main theme without worrying too much about perspective.
In this video instructor Michael LaForte explains the basics for drawing and rendering cubes in perspective, giving some foundations for for design sketching and communication.
In this video Arvind Ramkrishna from Driven To Draw shows how to turn simple geometric shapes into a product – in this case a laptop computer – adding small details and cutlines.
This video tutorial explains the foundations of drawing in perspective, starting from creating boxes in one point perspective.
In this video tutorial industrial designer Marouane Bembli shows his technique for creating a product design sketch using pens and Copic markers.
ILM visual effects artist Russell Paul shares some of his experiences with design, VFX, and visual communications. He explains his techniques for laying down and communicating ideas by sketching and drawing.
A video demonstration of a product design sketching exploration, done by design instructor Sangwon Seok from Korean SKEREN.
In this design sketching video tutorial Arvind Ramkrishna shows how to draw a simple object with the goal of building a visual vocabulary.
A detailed video tutorial on how to render forms using pastels, from Scott Robertson‘s latest book “How to Render”.
A short article by industrial designer Michael diTullo, who explains how to choose the right perspective angles.
In this video tutorial Scott Robertson explains how to improve your drawings and designs by varying line weights.
A 22-minutes video tutorial by Scott Robertson, who explains how to improve line weight in traditional media sketches.
A short tutorial by Arvind Ramkrishna who explains the importance of value and shows how to render a motorbike using a set of gray scale markers.
A detailed overview of the Copic markers line-up and their main features.