INTERVIEW WITH JOHN FRYE DTD INTERVIEW – VEHICLE DESIGNER – JOHN FRYE – Vehicle Designer. John Frye has been drawing vehicles since he could hold a crayon which led to him graduating from Art Center College Of Design in Pasadena California. His past work has been with Activision, Hasbro, Boeing, John Deere among others. John is currently group leader for digital modeling …
DTD Episode 13: Product Designer Martijn Van De Wiel discusses his new project using SKETCHDRIVE to help engage with students and bring their work to a new level of professionalism
DTD Ask Arv 4: Today’s question comes from Sam. Sam was curious to understand what the process was to design a car from concept to production.
DTD Ask Arv 3: Today’s question comes from Jeff! Jeff is 54 Years Old and asked me a very interesting question. He wanted to know whether it is possible to change his career and enter into the field of Industrial Design or Automotive Design.
DTD Ask Arv 2: Three Drawing Techniques you can apply to other subjects – Today’s question comes from Marcy! Marcy is not as much into drawing cars, but does like to draw a lot. As a drawing hobbyist, she wanted to know what other sketching techniques could be applied to other subjects more universally.
DTD Ask Arv 1: Is it too Late to Become an Automotive Designer?- This is a question that I receive very frequently and it’s a tough question to answer because a lot about what I am going to tell you in my response…depends on YOU.
DTD Podcast 7 – Jack of all Trades Master of Many? – It’s often been said that being a Jack of all Trades is a bad thing. Why? Because you are not a master of anything and when you are in a corporate structure, you have to be skilled in a particular area in order to get hired for that job. However, being a Jack of all Trades is not necessarily a bad thing as my think. In fact it can help open your mind to new ideas and discover your true passions in life!
DTD Podcast 6 – The 5 Stages of Creativity – Lacking in Creativity? I have the solution and it comes in 5 steps! Creativity is an illusive subject because many people talk about it but have no idea HOW or WHEN they can implement creativity. However, when people think of creativity, what comes to mind are colorful illustrations, paintings, musicians, etc.. Creativity is a process however, and a process in which you are trying to solve a particular problem. This process can be cultivated into your lifestyle and guide the way you think.