CLASSIC SPORTS CAR RENDERING – SIDE VIEW
Welcome to CLASSICE SPORTS CAR RENDERING SIMPLIFIED
Thanks so much for joining this course on traditional analog rendering techniques. I consider this course as one of my Legacy courses that received several accolades upon it’s successful Kickstarter launch back in 2012! It has since received several positive reviews on Amazon as part of my flagship workshop DVD, How to Draw Cars Now!
This video is now remastered and brought to you in HD format.
You’ll learn traditional rendering techniques that are used to created beautiful automotive illustrations from start to finish. I’ll take you through the steps of
TOOLS NEEDED FOR THE COURSE:
- Marker Paper– This could be Wacom, Huion, or any other similar brand that allows the use of a digital pen with pressure sensitivity.
- Set of Blue Scale Markers – Krita is a free open source digital painting software for creatives. You can install and download it from their website here – KRITA SOFTWARE
- Gouache Paints – Permanent white
- Set of Blue Prismacolor Pencils and White Prismacolor Pencil.
- Black Verithin Pencil
CLASSIC SPORTS CAR RENDERING CONTENTS:
STEP 1 – INTRODUCTION
STEP 2 – BODY RENDERING | FREEHAND PROFILE SKETCH
STEP 3 – BODY RENDERING | REFLECTIONS AND SHADOWS
STEP 4 – TIRES AND WHEELS | BASE COLORS WITH MARKERS
STEP 5 – TIRES AND WHEELS | HUB DETAILING
STEP 6 – DOOR TRIM/WINDOW/BODY DETAILING | WINDOWS AND LUVRES
STEP 7 – DOOR TRIM/WINDOW/BODY DETAILING | BODY REFLECTION DEFINITION
STEP 8 – DOOR TRIM/WINDOW/BODY DETAILING | TEXTURIZING THE BODY WITH PENCIL
STEP 9 – BODY DETAILING | DON’T FORGET THE DRIVER
STEP 10- DETAILING THE WHEELS | WHEEL SHADING AND PENCILING
STEP 11 – DETAILING THE WHEELS | CROSS HATCHING WITH DETAILS
STEP 12 – ADDING HIGHLIGHTS AND GOUACHE | HOTSPOTS TO THE BODY AND WHEELS
STEP 13 – ADDING ARTISTIC FLAIR | SPECKLED PAINT
1. Students who want to learn how to draw by observation
2. Students that are willing to improve their abilities by taking action and practicing the concepts
3. Students who want to improve their drawing technique
4. Students who are constantly on the lookout to learn something new
5. Students that are looking for a form of relaxation and a meditative experience