Why you should start your industrial design sketches very light ? TIP 206 (especially for heavy wrist sketchers)

Hello Design Sketchers !   If you have a heavy wrist tendency, this article is gonna help you realise how much being gentle with you pen matter. If you have this tendency, many of your sketches may tend to look messy. You might have difficulties to finish your sketches, or giving them details and the overall may look…




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How drawing a sketch you feel ashame of, can matter 100.000 times more than nothing. – Interview with Kim, a baker from Seoul who sketch

Hello Design sketchers ! Too many beginners are afraid of sketching, being afraid of what other people may think. Feeling ashame of showing their clumsy drawings so much they decided to do not sketch at all. “It’s like Oh I can’t sing, so I don’t sing. But then how are you gonna learn how to…




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The Designer Coffee Chat#1 “I want to draw stuff from the future.” – Michael DiTullo

Hey guys! Today, I am super happy to share with you the 1st Design Sketchbook COFFEE CHAT ! 🙂 I hope interviewing more designers around the world to demystify the creative and design industry. Like what Michael DiTullo told me this morning: there is someone behind every object you see around you ! 🙂 Today I have…




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Draw for yourself. Not the number of likes or followers on Instagram.

Instagram is an amazing tool to publish your work online and get feedbacks, but especially likes and followers. You gain exposure, you gain popularity. It’s to me great, but there is an other side of the coin if you let yourself get hynotised by these “virtual numbers of glory”. It may affect your long term…




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Design Sketchbook Live #2 | How to draw a dog house in perspective !

Hello Design sketchers ! 😀 It’s my second time I do a Sketching live tutorial for you guys on Facebook! It was a real pleasure to help you, and intereact with you in Live! Below you can find the replay and practice! We’ll cover in 1 hour, these 3 main points.  Part 1- Why most beginners…




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How to level up your design sketches in 3D ? With 2-point perspective | TIP 201

Hello guys ! How are you doing today ? I am very happy to show you today an exercise that is to me just compulsory to go through if you want to draw well in 3D. It’s something I feel super fun and I love do it as a concentration game. I call this the “Move…




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Are you doing this sketching mistake ? TIP 200

Hello guys ! Today I wanna share with you a common mistake thay may damage your progress for long if you are not aware of it. You will see that it’s a very simple thing, but worth to mention. . I have received a video from Jasper who is a student of my course Sketch like the Pros. He…




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How to draw a sphere + an ellipse on its surface in 2 min ! (Light bulb) | TIP 199

  Hello guys, How are you today ? I was giving some corrections to one of my student Zhen Bian from China from my course Sketch like the Pros – and I though I could share it with you too ! The exercise is about drawing a light bulb. And here is a quick tutorial showing the first…




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Don’t play Pokemon Go! Go catch inspiration with your pen in your Sketchbook !!| TIP 198

Hello guys from Korea ! I am now in Seoul, and it’s super cold like being in a freezer. I went to find refuge in a caffe to warm myself and sketch. I sit, opened my sketchbook and found the unfinish fish below. I decided to complete it today, which is 7 months later. 🙂 I…




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3 techniques to give visual impact to your sketches | The Design Sketchbook Show! #1

Hi guys, Today I am in Seoul, Korea ! It’s amazing and also super cold here. About -7 degrees outside. Ohoh ! Getting warmer back in my room, I thought it would be cool to publish the replay of our Design Sketchbook Show here in the blog ! In case you missed it, I show you…




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Noah Sussman | Interview with a Sports designer (Adidas performance, UVEX sports)

Hello Design Sketchers !! Today is my great pleasure to introduce you Noah Sussman, designer for UVEX Sports in Germany. I met Noah when both of us used to work at Adidas Headquarter at Herzo. I was in the footwear department, and Noah in the accessory department. Once a year Adidas organise a huge design…




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“Bring your sketch Alive!!” launch + 36 answers to your questions !

Hello ! Today, it’s time to publish the 2nd part of the questions you have sent to me these last few weeks! (We’ll cover 36 questions) Because I want you to progress much faster but also happier, I have prepared an online course where you will learn how to sketch within a community of passionates! You will…




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73 Things you asked about Design sketching | Part 1 (+ New upcoming Creative program 2017)

The 1st DESIGN SKETCHBOOK SHOW! Live event: Learn how to make greater design and eye-catching sketches joining me on Facebook LIVE! on Wednesday 1st February 2017. Click here to get your Free invitation: https://facebook.com/events/1184847524963001 Hi guys, I hope you had a great day ! Here in Asia, it feels like Chinese New Year already. So everybody is happy…




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Edward Eyth (Marvel, S.Spielberg, Disney, Back to the future II…) | How he kept going to become a designer despite of the obstacles.

If you are in love with sketching and creativity, today is your lucky day! I would like to introduce you an amazing designer and professor: Edward Eyth.  He worked on projects for Steven Spielberg, Marvel, Disney, and he did concept design for the movie “Back to the Future II !! I was born in the 80’s and…




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Wanna grow your sketching level up? Surround yourself with passionate people who cares.

Hello ! Hello ! It’s ChouTac, How are you ? It’s Saturday, and Saturday is a Happy Day ! Why ? Because tomorrow is Sunday : D  Today, I got a little survey for you: https://goo.gl/forms/hOhjfzpaFci86fpM2 I believe we can achieve anything being happy. However, when we are beginner at something, we tend to see…




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