Sketching: Drawing Techniques for Product Designers

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Bis B.V., Uitgeverij(BIS Publishers), 2007 - Art - 255 pages
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An invaluable skill for product designers and an integral part of the design process, the ability to sketch or illustrate a concept may mean the difference between rejection and realization. Sketching is an in-depth look the traditional elements that make up a successful sketch. Includes numerous examples contributed by some of the worlds most renowned product designers. This book is essential both for aspiring students and established designers looking to brush up on their skills. Sections covered include: side view sketches, perspective drawing, simplifying shape, elementary geometric shapes, special notice at ellipses, rounding, cross-sections, ideation, explanatory drawings, surface and texture, light and ambiance and surroundings.

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User Review  - Amirreza Shining - Goodreads

good for being familiar with concepts its not a bible of Sketching Read full review

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User Review  - Jill Tanaka - Goodreads

This helped me get through the preparation for my Talent Test in UPD Fine Arts. Im curious about what its prequel contains. Read full review

About the author (2007)

Koos Eissen is associate professor and head of the Design Drawing Techniques staff (TU Delft, Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, in the Netherlands). He is at present guest-lecturer at the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague. Roselien Steur is a free-lance visualisor, and lecturer at the HKU/Utrecht School of the Arts, The Faculty of Visual Arts and Design in the Netherlands.

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