Price will go up to $49 on January 1 - Get access TODAY Welcome to Design Sketching. This is an action packed video course on how to sketch a car in side view using Photoshop and a Wacom tablet. I'll walk you through each step of the process from initial line work to the final render and give you an insight to how it's done in the design industry. The course will teach you techniques I use in my profession as a designer. These skills were a big part in helping me land a job as an industrial designer with the largest privately owned medical device manufacturer in the world across the globe in the U.S. My design work is featured on numerous websites such as CarBodyDesign, Auto Express and Coroflot as well as in printed magazines such as Car Magazine and Auto Motor & Sport to mention a few. The course is divided into 4 lectures. In lecture 1 we go over two different techniques on how to get the proportions of the car down. In lecture 2 we'll make the car come alive by rendering and sculpting the design. I'll walk you through the tools and brushes used for this, which are all pretty basic so no custom brushes needed. Lecture 3 is about adding the details such as parting lines for the door, import wheels from a picture and refine the reflections and highlights. In the final lecture 4 we'll add color to the design and I'll show you the difference between using a couple of layer modes to get the result that you want. You will also learn a trick to make the final image really stand out and feel crisp and sharp. As a bonus you'll get the brush set that I use for Photoshop and the original .psd file. This makes it easy for you to see the layer structure and what goes in every layer. This course is not for everybody. If your just starting out with digital sketching and haven't worked a lot with a sketching tablet, than this is probably a bit too advanced for you. To get the most out of this course, you'll need to have a computer with Photoshop installed and a sketching tablet such as a Wacom tablet. You also need basic skills in Photoshop.