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Photoshop Car Rendering Tutorial Step 07
Interview: Richard Duff from GM | Industrial Design Sketching and Drawing Tutorials We have had the wonderful opportunity to interview Richard Duff of General Motors. Richard has most recently worked on the 2010 Buick LaCrosse and the 2010 Buick Invicta. He is doing some amazing work and is definitely helping the Buick brand to produce some heat! Look for these nice looking cars on the road soon!
When you are about to decide which car to buy, one of the main questions in your mind is the mpg (Mile per Gallon) of the car, in other words how much petrol or diesel your new car will eat. Car fuel consumption is a key consideration in choosing your car. Therefore, we have researched all the car makes and models and created a simple list of MPGs by car. 2011 Audi E-tron Spyder Hybrid Concept sketch | Auto Hybrid Cars
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This illustration of Ford's Mustang GT Coupe concept has most likely been developed from a sketch and then reworked in a programme such as Adobe Photoshop. The image is particularly powerful because of its crisp lines and blurred movement effect. Creating this effect is arduous with traditional airbrush techniques but is far more straight-forward in Photoshop. Car Design Online | Sketching
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Tutorials - Quick Sketch Technique Stage 6 Now that you can begin to add colour to the design, the process is very similar to a side view sketch. You can see that I have used a dark grey marker, in a similar manner as the side views, to colour all of the windows. The reason for using such a dark colour on these elements, and a light colour on the bodywork, is that it makes the sketch easier to read. At a glance you can get a feel for the shape and graphic of the vehicle, because of the strong contrast.
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