Monday, October 25, 2010


Discipline in sketching a car (linework, perspective, focal point, shading, composition on page) and discipline as student (just like in the real world) be on time, perfect work, nothing missing better if with some extra quality work (basically better 35 perspective sketches then the 30 requested).

"We ask: “what’s your story?” When some people present sketches within the team, it’s not about mine or Adrian’s opinion (even though Adrian decides at the end of the day, that’s clear), but about the question of what their story is?What makes that design better than any other design?
Why? Tell your story. When you look at a sketch you don’t think about what everyone else thinks about it. First, you as the designer have to like it and be proud of it. You have to feel that it moves you." - Anders Warming

1 comment:

  1. Wonderful stuff, Stephen! The Countach is fantastic.


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