Enjoy this second Industrial Design tutorial from Begüm Tomruk
Begüm Tomruk is a Turkish Industrial Designer who graduated from Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University in Istanbul. She is now a designer at Grohe AG Design Studio in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Begüm has also tought workshops on Industrial Design sketching and marker rendering at Marmara and Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University Industrial Design Departments and Design Atelier Kadıköy (TAK).
You can see her full portfolio on her website.
In my experience with the sketching workshops, I've noticed that many design students have problems rendering complicated products that are made out of several different materials. In this tutorial, our product is a handheld vacuum cleaner. It’s a good product for seeing the difference between plastic types, such as matte, glossy, and transparent. For the transparent surfaces, the Copic Airbrush system is really effective.
As usual, I lay down the first layers with light gray tones N1 and N2. Before using the airbrush, I try to do the detailing inside the transparent surface.
Before starting the airbrushing process, I create a mask with another paper on top of the drawing.
I start with a light layer of R05 with the airbrush.
Then I add another mask and do a heavier layer of airbrushing.
The sketch without the masking.
After the airbrushing process, I render the gray parts of the vacuum cleaner with N3.
I use the neutral grays and blacks to render the dark matte plastic surface on the handle.
I use a set square to create a straight line for the background.
Copic WIDEs are perfect for creating backgrounds. I really like the big marker effect behind the design sketch.