RENDERING EYE POPPING REFLECTIONS
Welcome to AUTOMOTIVE RENDERING SIMPLIFIED
RENDERING DEMO CONTENTS:
The OLD SCHOOL STYLE of drawing and rendering is still paramount to a designers success! This course will walk you through the entire process of rendering eye popping reflections on a concept car with traditional mediums in 3 STEPS.
- LINE DRAWING
- GOUACHE HIGHLIGHTS
You’ll also receive practice assignments along the way for each step that will help you build up to the final rendering.
Drawing by hand is a critical relationship between the mediums and your wild imagination. You’ll learn some of the tricks, techniques, and even SECRETS that have been used to help designers create stunning, stylized photo renderings in real time.
TOOLS AND MATERIALS NEEDED:
11X17 or 8.5X11 HAMMERMILL LASER COPY PAPER OR MARKER PAPER.
CHARTPAK – P-24 OLIVE MARKER
WINDSOR AND NEWTON PERMANENT WHITE GOUACHE PAINT or ACRYLIC WHITE PAINT
WEBRIL WIPES or COTTON SWABS
X-ACTO KNIFE – (to scrape the chalk into powder)
BLACK VERITHIN PENCIL
FLEXIBLE COURSE FOR A RANGE OF TALENT:
- For Beginners, this course will allow you focus on technique in rendering with the provided printable templates. As you watch the video, you can take comfort in not having to reproduce the drawing to high degree of professionalism but rather focus on executing the technique.
- For Artists and Designers in other fields, you can still carry on leveraging your existing talents in perspective and make the attempts to sketch the car either by freehand or use the existing drawing as an underlay. The underlays will be part of the assignment for both beginners and pro’s.
DO’s and DON’Ts:
Please make sure you follow the weekly schedule. Do not try to skip ahead to the “good” parts as this will not allow an effective learning process. The objective is to take these skills and make them a permanent asset in your journey to become a better designer, illustrator, or even drawing hobbyist. Let’s knock this out together! Enjoy the course!
TARGET AUDIENCE :
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