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 the dot technique” !

For this tutorial, you have to go through the Designer Starter Kit. Make sure you download the free Design sketching guides first.

After this 13 minutes video, you will drastically start level up your 3D vision. You will learn how to use a ultra basic rule of geometry to transform a simple box to a complex form. (Using diagonals to spot the center of a square) It’s a sketching technique that you will apply in any sketch you do for product design. Why ? Because Industrial design sketching is all about simple geometry. I invite you to practice it in a calm environment. Take your time at start. As what will matter most will be your level of concentration. You are gonna train your focus.

Repeat this exercise with different angles and soon you will do it easier and easier, but also sketch your own products faster and faster. 

Let me share with you some sketches form my student Lucas to whom I have given personal feedbacks. 🙂 If you are also interested to join the course, send me an email at [email protected]

Lucas Hippolyte sketch the design sketchbook sketch like the pros bring your sketch alive course move the dot 3d 2-point perspective tutorial

Lucas Hippolyte – Student from “Bring your Sketch Alive !” course

Lucas Hippolyte sketch the design sketchbook sketch like the pros bring your sketch alive course move the dot 3d 2-point perspective tutorial a

Lucas Hippolyte – Student from my course “Bring your Sketch Alive !” course

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If you enjoy, leave me a comment ! And feel free to send me your sketches by email at [email protected] I am eager to see your results!  🙂
Cheers,
Chou-Tac

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Chou-Tac

If the sketching methods I’ve acquired aid me in my life and in my career, I believe that they can also help you to learn, and help you with your projects. Whether Design is a job or a hobby it doesn’t matter, so long as you do what is important to you.

2 Comments

  • Kumar

    Reply Reply March 23, 2017

    Dear Chou-Tac,

    thedesignsketchbook is a wonderful portal and thank you very much for sharing these useful informations.

    I would like to take a premium membership. Request you to provide the following information

    1. Course structure

    2. Course Fee

    3. Duration

    Thanks again!
    -Kumar

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