This course is about using Photoshop as a tool in your creative process. Basically this course is not only about HOW to sketch but also about WHAT to sketch!
Created by: Edwin Wallet
DDS#2 – SELF STUDY
Start: any time
Duration: self paced
Tutorial videos: 15
Self Study Plan:
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Applying digital sketching techniques in a creative process!
This course is about using Photoshop as a tool in your creative process. Basically this course is not only about HOW to sketch but also about WHAT to sketch! We will top this of with some eye-catching visuals for your portfolio! There is only a limited number of seats available so sign up to get notified first about the enrollment. Don’t miss this opportunity to get personal feedback on your work!
See you in the course!
What you’ll learn
- ✔ How to develop the design from the inside out
- ✔ Understand basic shading principles & techniques
- ✔ How to explore various concepts in 2D
- ✔ Understand relations and proportions in form language
- ✔ How to transform 2D sketches into perspectives
- ✔ How to advance from a rough sketch to a persuasive line drawing
- ✔ Applying lighting & reflections in Photoshop
- ✔ How to turn the results into a compelling concept presentation
I believe using digital sketching techniques and 3D CAD side by side results in a powerful workflow, to quickly develop your design and create eye-catching concept presentations. First we’ll produce rough layout sketches based on a 2D underlay to quickly get you started. Then we will explore various concepts in 2D using basic shading techniques. Next up is transforming the most interesting concept into a rough 3D sketch in perspective. Finally we’ll learn how to produce high quality linework, use persuasive rendering techniques and applying storytelling elements to produce a eye-catching concept presentations! You will not be alone. Inside the course you will be surrounded by peers working on the same assignments.
GET FEEDBACK – (currently not available)
SELF STUDY – If you want to set your own pace this class is for you. You will have access to all course tutorials and assignments. You will also be able to upload your work to the course for peer-review and you will be able to see all uploads by other course members. You can even help your peers by exchanging feedback on each other’s work.
Please note: instructor feedback is not included in this plan!
1 – Underlay & 2D Exploration
2 – 2D Design Development
3 – 3D Setup
4 – 3D Line Sketch
5 – Basic Shading
6 – Material Expression
7 – Storytelling & Layout
Tools & Materials
To get the best results it is important that you acquire the right set of tools.
Adobe Photoshop (or similar)
Pen tablet (pressure sensitive) (size matters here, go for a M size preferably)
Install the photoshop brushes and swatches I provide you with.
About the instructor
Edwin Wallet is an Industrial product Designer who specializes in visualisation and 3d-modeling. See examples of his work on his company website. He also teaches visualisation skills to students of Industrial Design at multiple schools and institutions.
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