Are you struggling with your digital sketching? Have you tried learning from books only to realize it's not that easy to learn from pictures?
In this video course you will learn the basic tips and tricks used to render design ideas in Photoshop. Use these techniques to build up your portfolio, create a new design project or maybe you just want to show off your skills to a friend. This course walks you through the process from early ideation doodles and quick sketches all the way to adding highlights and shading.
You will learn:
If you have questions or something isn't clear, use the course discussion board. I'm here for you and I reply to everyone.
If you're ready to dive in and get a better understanding of how to use Photoshop as a powerful sketching tool, then this course is for you.
Thanks for enrolling and I'll see you in the course!
Welcome! Let's have some fun :)
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A complete tutorial from the early doodles to a final concept of a flash light
Hi, I'm Marouane. I'm here to give you the tools and information you need to reach your goals in your professional career. I value your time and I'm honored that you chose to know more about my courses here on Udemy.
What I can guarantee you in all my courses is that you'll get actionable advice and learn techniques that you can implement immediately and see results. I cut the nonsense out of my lectures and focus on what matters. This is something I know I appreciate when taking a course and I think you do too.
Who are you and what can you do for me, Marouane?
You could say I'm a wannabe surfer and backpacker (34 countries and counting) who loves design and helping others succeed. I have worked as an industrial designer, concept artist and illustrator for over 8 years and online marketer for a couple of years now. The techniques I'm sharing with you have allowed me to live my vision I had as a kid, which was to work as a designer and move from a small suburb outside of Stockholm, Sweden to the sunny beaches of South Florida.
My professional design journey began in 2008 designing consumer electronics for companies in Hong Kong and the U.S.
In 2010 I moved to Italy to study a master degree in automotive design in collaboration with the design team from Audi and Lamborghini and I graduated a year later. Since then my designs have been featured online and in numerous magazines such as Auto Motor & Sport, Auto Express, Car Magazine, Top Speed and Car Scoop.
What I do
I currently work with the largest privately owned medical device developer in the world to help them solve their design problems and create better products. I'm also the founder and creator of TheSketchMonkey and ProVideoSlides where we create products for video marketers.
Throughout the years I've had the opportunity to work with companies in Switzerland, Italy, USA and Sweden, designing products ranging from medical equipment and food packaging machines to concept art and automotive design.
Why should I join your courses?
If you are serious about improving your skills and you want someone to guide you in the right direction, my courses are for you. One thing to remember though, you need to be prepared to put in the work. I will be there to help you as much as I can in the discussion board of each course, but you have to have the mindset and desire to want to learn. That's all you need. You'll always be up to date since I will add lectures to the courses on a regular basis.