Sketching and Rendering – Students of Product Design Episode 3

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  • Heitor Amaral

    Dude your channel is amazing. You talk just what i need to hear. Can you make a video showing you drawing in real time. I think it would help a lot of people. πŸ™‚

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  • kiran G N

    can you sujjest me any part time courses is there for product design

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  • bigblackwolffcdh

    Great advices! Love your videos!
    Hope you have more to show! πŸ‘πŸ»

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  • David Liburd

    What kind of pencil crayons do you use?

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  • Eddie Barley

    Hey, I'm a Year 11 student in Melbourne, Australia working to become an Industrial Designer and your videos help me a lot. Thank you.

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  • Keenan MacKenzie

    Great content in these videos.

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  • Oliver Stenton

    What pens do you use in this video , and grate video

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  • Sarthak Rohilla

    Great tips, thanks a lot. Keep up with the good work. Also if you can do video with some complex product where multiple components could be shown in exploded view.
    Thanks

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  • Ali Sikandar

    its really fun to watch you, how smallest things make differences. your rendering style , your techniques of making presentation really help me with m presentation.

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  • Nicolas Luna

    Thank you so much! This was an extremely informative video.

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  • waleed abdullaziz

    Thank you so much bro ..

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  • Saja Muzaini

    Great videos… thank you πŸ˜€

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  • Susan Hu

    what even is that pencil hold??? this some next level stuff

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  • Wonxx

    omg I love this video watch this all day!!!!!!

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  • Charlie Boyle

    Great video, what paper do you use for promarkers?

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  • abhijeet savant

    hi PT, your videos are amazing..
    I am an aspiring product designers, your videos are a lot of help to me….
    can I share my work with you via email?

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  • Angelo Kalfas

    As a 3rd year student on Product Design I have to say that I agree 100% with anything you said and explaining the fears that people have when trying to sketch.
    You are truly an inspiring person.

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  • Leviores

    You help me a lot. Thank you <3

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  • gangaram chouhan

    we need more such videos

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  • Mariola Kunovska

    very useful, crisp and exact. Thank you! youtube needs such a specific channels πŸ™‚

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  • Himanshu Padia

    You are my Hero!

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  • EspenMatre

    These videos are brilliant, great job.

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  • James Knight

    Helps so much with GCSE design, love the videos and starwars reference!!!!

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  • gary tippin

    I love how you create songs for your videos, there so catchy!!

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  • Kartik Prakash

    I am a third college student at India pursuing B.tech from mechanical engineering..I really wish to pursue product designing ..and want to do masters in it abroad..Can you suggest me a good college ????

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  • Drake Gooding

    This video series is absolutely incredible! I am a high school student working on a start up business and these videos have given me much needed information that the engineering courses I have taken never taught me. Thank you so much for this free content, it is extremely useful!

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  • asad ahmed

    hey, pt wat was that song, that played in the background, think sketch render present.could i have a name.Also awesome work.

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  • Mathew Bautista

    Thank you very much for sharing your knowledge. I love you videos! I do want to ask, is it okay to make a 3D model and skip the sketching part if you are working on directly with a engineer/manufacturer rather than a client or an employer? or is a potential down fall doing 3d modeling

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  • Iftkhar Ahamad

    incredible!!!! thanks for doing this video

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  • Hery

    Haha you're like the yoda of product design πŸ™‚

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  • Kieren James Saddler

    Hello producttank. I am an A2 Level Product Design student who really needs to up his game on sketching and illustration to have the best chance of getting an A or A* grade. Are there any drawing / sketching courses you would suggest?

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  • Cai Donggting

    love this song

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  • echtnietjaifi

    sooow much info, so much I can use… thanks!

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  • Pierre-Philippe Leduc

    Thank you very much for the video!!!!!!! I love it!

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  • Leskuy

    I've been working in the industry for a long time and decided to improve my drawing skills as my new year's resolution. I'm guilty of the non-confident line drawings and your video has given me a new perspective and understanding of what I need to do. Thank you!

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  • Nigel O'Brien

    Thanks for these, I'm getting back into design 8 years after graduating and classically worried too much about Solidworks, storytelling is the one, thanks for the vids!

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  • Logan Cooper

    What type of crayon name brand do you used ? Are they not crayola crayon?

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  • Angelica Florio

    thank you so much! ☺

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  • Keshna Donia

    @producttank Hi I struggle with the mechanics of building working products. Do you address this in your serious?

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  • kayanatorx3

    thank you thank you thank you!!!

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  • selostm

    I learned in this episode more then in 4 years school… Thank you!

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  • Jordy

    NO FOOL MA LEFT NOT YOUR LEFT

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  • fpspro123

    Your sketches are amazing 😭

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  • onjin yook

    Love these vids, what do you think of designing sports gear/clothing? πŸ™‚

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  • Gamal Gad

    Please visit my Gig if you want to convert 3D models to 2D drawing or vice versa
    https://www.fiverr.com/gamalgad/convert-2d-drawing-to-3d-models-or-vice-versa

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  • Paul Shorey

    Your use of background squares is truly genius, and inspiring! I personally don't like your use of hard lines for the shadow thought, find it distracting. Great series! Nicely done! Looking forward to keep watching.

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  • Alexander White

    Hi

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  • priyank padaria

    The perfect one for beginners and medievalsΒ‘

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  • Adrian

    Two things…Should I draw big, or small?
    I get all choppy like you stated when I draw big..Not because I'm unsure, but because I simply can't control fine lines….But when I draw small, everything looks wonderful, but cramped, therefore, no details.

    "slow down your sketch"

    Looking at Hemu Rahman.

    Calls them "tutorials", but I think they just use youtube as a live portfolio medium. They take zero time to show HOW to do it..They speed through it, make it look pretty, tell us what colors they use, then that's it.

    Tutorials on here are a huge joke.
    But you, my friend, have a serene as hell voice…I like how you're thorough and explain things clearly.

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  • good life

    Waw

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  • good life

    I like the background song

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  • Suman Choudhary

    It's great man it's great
    Overall I liked your video very much, but it will be good if u sound More excited. thank you.

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  • Breno Moreru

    It's good to see someone using colored pencils when rendering. Great video, congrats!

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  • Amit Ghule

    This is a 2015 video, and I’m watching it with complete focus in 2018- your videos are crisp, to the point with just the right amount of humour and light hearted tone, and the sketches you work with seem to be real products, which makes it much more interesting. You really put in efforts for the transitions, the B roll videos, the music.

    Not only your content is awesome, but your video presentation is too!

    You are awesome!

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  • Suvan Kasina

    Nice video anyway

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  • jordynic123

    why blue sketching pencil?

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  • Le Kikoojap

    Your videos are interesting but learn to normalize the audio, you're speaking too low (which is fine) but your sfx like the intro or the laserbeam or the dialogue are way too loud

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  • MOHAMMED AZEEM

    you have mentioned true points. Like the simplicity in your description.

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  • Emma _xArt

    I am a French student in product design in Paris. I discovered by chance your Youtube channel that I find exciting. I find your way to explain very educational. In addition, you speak slowly and surely, which allows a French like me to understand your English easily and progress in passing! All your advice is extremely constructive and useful. I advised all my class to watch your videos, because these valuable tips will benefit us all our schooling and even after …Continue to enrich us with this quality content! And especially,
    THANK YOU !

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  • Oddball TV

    5:18 when they tell me cube-pocky-balls don't exist.

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