Pencil & Marker on Colored paper rendering Technique Product Design sketching episode 10

Pencil & Marker on Colored paper rendering Technique Product Design sketching episode 10


My name is Eric Strebel and welcome to
another video of mine about industrial design this is episode 10 the last
episode in the adventure toy rendering series click on the screen here to watch
some of the past episodes I’m going to share with you hi did this retro style
blue paper marker and pencil sketch of this sr-71 inspired spaceship I did a
fair amount of sketching on this concept over several days working out different
details and the proportions and to get it to look the way that I wanted and to
try to figure out the right view to show the overall concept of the spaceship I
even built a quick 3d model so i could get a real good handle on the right view
that i wanted to show all the details and and get my perspective pretty close
i ended up using this sketch right here as my final view as a basis for my
sketch i start with a piece of kansas on paper and a roux line pretty much had a
diagonal I then draw the vanishing points that go off to the left and I
start to pencil in the basic outline of the ship here in with a white pencil
from there I start putting in the details the cockpit workin out the ram
air on the bottom how the wings go putting everything together now
something to note about cans on paper it’s going to have a tooth on one side
that’s pretty aggressive you want to make sure that you use the flat side of
the paper once I got the basic perspective and
down that I want I start laying in some simple color value with a color pencil
and then I come back in here with marker and the marker I’m just setting the
tones I’m adding all the dark darks so the shadows underneath the wings inside
of the air scoops and I’m getting things worked out I’ve got a yellow light
source from the right so basically I’m coloring with light so if you draw on a
white piece of paper you are drawing in the shadows as the white is the widest
part in this case I’m drawing with a dark piece of paper and I’m drawing with
light basically for coloring with light so where the light is hitting the
surface of the ship is where I’m adding the color I end up having a blue light
source come from the left and you’ll see that a little bit later on in the red
ring I want to talk a little bit about the ship itself it’s inspired by the
sr-71 now this vehicle was designed by a fellow named Kelly Johnson now when I
say designed he was a tool and die maker originally but he ended up being the
head of the advanced development on product project Lockheed when the sr-71
was designed and built from scratch now I doubt that he was in charge of the
styling but he’s the tribute of design some of the cool features here that you
see on the wings is it uses some sonic stabilizers so it doesn’t have a
standard sort of tail rudder like many planes do but it has this sonic
stabilizer in the wing so that it can roll to the right and to the left and
help stabilize the vehicle it’s a lemme empowered so it’s using a highly
advanced fuel source and it’s got that nod to the sr-71 with dual cockpits on
the top if you do happen to know who you need stylist was on the sr-71 leave that
in the comments below is a pretty curious about so I continue to add value
to the sketch to build up surfaces here I’m coming back with the yellow light
that’s being cast on the craft and if there’s a negative shape in the front
and the nose underneath cockpit I’m pretty unhappy with how the light is
being shown on the chine here just to the right and to the left of the cockpit
so I come back and I add the highlights and I aggressively remove
a lot of the yellow with a kneaded eraser and a regular eraser and i soften
up some of their forums I add a pulse exhaust here in the back with some pink
and some purple and then that’s reflected on the wings itself again
because we’re painting with light here I add in and do some more of the details
to crisp things up and really find thinking the purple in the back helps
give it some punch now I’m going to add sort of a space feel to this I make a
photocopy of the craft always wear a mask when your spray painting I use that
photo copy as a mask over the image I lay down a little bit of spray paint to
give that a little bit of a starry effect and to do a little bit of a fade
once i’m done with that i’m coming back in with Mike wash I add a little bit of
yellow toner to add yellow color into the wash for the highlight since we’re
painting with light we don’t want to do it in oil since i have my brush out i’m going to
use a little bit of speed ball black to really darken up some of the black areas
you can see that in a pretty well soaked up by the paper add a little bit of blue
on the shine on the left side and people table flat back there to give the
vehicle where they reform I’m coming in here with some solvent and the rendering
has that retro feel because of the grain that you can see in the paper and the
color pencil is not soaking into the paper the way I want like you would on a
regular marker or in Photoshop printer and use a little as solvent to soften up
and distribute that color everywhere and I feel like it adds a lot of punch
allows me to come back in and punch up the color some more next we’re taking
this thing into a scanner bring it into your photo editing software and I’m just
punching up some of the colors I’m trying some stuff on the cockpits I’m
cleaning up some of the details darkening some of the darks so I can
make this thing really nice and punchy fixing up some of the highlights here
that you see so that the reflections read a little bit better cleaning up
some of the details and just making it read like a design sketch should so that
you can see all the detail and understand what’s going on here I’m
fixes some of the needle nose issues so the light falls right on that I’m adding
in a Motorhead logo because every awesome space vehicle into cool
Motorhead logo added up here in the very front and we’re almost done I’m going to
go ahead and add some design notes here next to make it look like a design
sketch so you add this to show it to a client to have them understand how the
toy or the device is put together and potentially manufactured in a concept
this is good to show some understanding of the product and how it actually goes
together the client really benefits from this and give it a little title and
we’ll just about done I hope you enjoyed this adventure tour entering series I
had a lot of fun putting it together leave your comments below and keep your
eye out for a lot of other design related videos that I have coming up in
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