SPORTS CAR RENDERING ON NEWSPRINT TUTORIAL

Rendering a car can be a little intimidating but it can actually be a piece of cake if you follow particular processes.  However, understanding the processes and knowing what they mean takes some understanding and work.  This quick video tutorial will illustrate the basic steps in rendering a side view of a sports car similar to that of an Audi A5 (ahhh….my dream car…along with a Porsche, Ferrari, Aston Martin……etc..)

Future tutorials will break these basics down into understanding simple forms and how to interpret their shapes rendering  them as reflective or matte surfaces. Enjoy and please comment!

16 thoughts on “SPORTS CAR RENDERING ON NEWSPRINT TUTORIAL”

  1. designfordesire

    Thank you for your helps..
    What about digital sketches? Will you show digital rendering tutorials at next times?

    1. Hey there designfordesire! Thanks for your comments and your interest. Absolutely we will be showing off digital sketching. Let me know what type of content you are looking for and I will be glad to oblige. This site is for people like you that are anxious to learn so keep the comments coming and please consider joining the email list to get notified of regular updates. Thanks again,
      Arvind

  2. Once again: Just brilliant!
    Sincerely enjoying your tutorials, especially the laid-back, concise delivery. Your site and tutorials have become a daily stop with my morning coffee! Thanks for doing this!

    1. Doug. Thanks for the feedback…really! Mastering traditional media is always a must! Can't go to digital without understanding the basics. More traditional media to come!!

  3. Doug. Thanks for the feedback…really! Mastering traditional media is always a must! Can't go to digital without understanding the basics. More traditional media to come!!

  4. You are just awesome man!….m a Big fan of urs now!!….I am following you from now!….Gr8 Work Keep Going!!Do keep me updated about lattest designs!Thanks!!

    1. drivenmavens

      Hey Sugam! People like you are what keeps that drive in me alive! Thanks for following and please keep coming back for more! You can get free updates by signing up from the homepage! Cheers!

  5. Hey Sugam! People like you are what keeps that drive in me alive! Thanks for following and please keep coming back for more! You can get free updates by signing up from the homepage! Cheers!

  6. Hi guys just wanted to say that this is a great design site, finally there is a site that goes through the process of car design step by step. (I have been looking for a site like this one for ages with no real success till now) I can finally build my design foundations with the information you’re dispensing. Thank you very much.

    P.S
    I would love to see information about.
    Ideation (how do you come up with your car designs)
    Line quality, how do you get flowing line? (I use chicken scratching too much)
    Shading and rendering
    Sketching in perspective and drawing prefect wheels. (What method do you use?)

    Once again thank you.

    1. Michael,

      First of all, thanks for the positive feedback. It’s great to see you take some initiative to learn about drawing cars and I’m glad you like the site. You are hitting on all the points I intend to cover. I am working on several tutorials that will help address some of the issues you are looking to improve upon. It’s just going to take time to get it up….so I appreciate your patience.

      Please feel free to send your work. I would be happy to post up students work and try to give you some tips to help you along. Keep on drawing and keep that drive alive!

      Arvind

  7. Arvind

    Sorry about that, I didn’t mean to rush you. Take all the time need. Looking forward to the new videos. I need to practice more and more before I attempt to send anything in. As I said I’m still at the chicken scratching faze myself.
    And o yes I’m an Audi man myself, now I don’t drive one but I love their proportions, stance and style too.

    1. No worries Mike! It’s all good. As far as sending in chicken scratches, there’s nothing wrong with that. I am totally cool with it. We are all here to learn and improve on what we know or don’t know (myself included). This site is meant to be positive and encourage individuals to reach their unrealized potential. So seriously, submit without any reservations.

      Cheers!

      Arvind

  8. Arvind,
    really liked this tutorial. was trying to find a site that shows how to use the prismacolor markers on car renderings. This one was very helpful.
    I am an amateur artist with a keen interest for drawing cars. Still got a long way to go, and would really appreciate if I can get some guidance from folks like you.
    Please let me know if we can communicate on this topic
    Regards
    – Brijesh.

    1. Brijesh!

      Welcome and thanks for the feedback. There is more to come….and some premium tutorials as well that would answer a lot of your questions and then some. Stay tuned and be active on the facebook fanpage. There is a wealth of knowledge with other fan members too! Just check out some of the latest posts. In addition to this…go to the video section from the DM site. There are a lot of free videos for that will help you increase your knowledge.

      Arvind

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