Most beginners fail due to a misconception about drawing.
We tend to admire artists drawing portraits with such talent that we copy their techniques for Product design. However, it will, unfortunately, make you fail.
Reasons Beginners fail at Drawing Product Designs
- 00:00 Start
- 00:06 Let’s draw a defibrillator
- 00:27 Study Medical care design
- 01:17 MISTAKE 1 | START WITH DETAILS
- 02:27 MISTAKE 2 | Draw in 2D with a grid
- 05:09 BENEFIT 1 | Draw anything from any angle!
- 10:46 BENEFIT 2 | Modify what you see
- 14:54 No shame to copy!!
- 15:34 Sketching Result (Full process in the next video!)
My friend just had a motorbike accident.
He got 3 ribs broken : /. He’s now fine and needs plenty of rest.
We went to the hospital to support him,
and I took many pictures of the medical care appliances to capture inspiration!
There was this retro television with a canvas bag attached to it.
That was a Defibrillator. (My friend didn’t need it by the way!)
I wanted to draw it.
Why most beginners can’t draw product designs?
It’s because they approach it the “2D artist way” with a grid, like the drawing of realistic portraits.
I show you how to solve this with this giant sketching TIP, where “Order matters”.
It is one of the 3 KEY PRINCIPLES to succeed in design sketching.
It’s about how you start planning and seeing things in 3D
before drawing your product so things get a lot easier!