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Book by Roselien Steur Koos Eissen


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27 internautes sur 27 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Very informative 10 septembre 2011
Par Parka - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This is the second book put out by Roselien Steur and Koos Essen, both educators who teaches design sketching. The first book Sketching (5th printing): Drawing Techniques for Product Designers was also on sketching. This book is marketed as the prequel.

The focus here is on getting the basics. There are seven chapters but in general covers techniques on drawing geometry, choosing the correct viewpoint, and adding colours and details. It's not totally basic though, some prior knowledge of perspective drawing will be extremely beneficial.

The examples provided are well illustrated and explained. There are lots of tips even for something as simple as drawing a cube, the basic building block. Every page is packed with information and beautiful designs. I like that there are a few real world case studies for each chapter.

The book could do better with a few detailed step-by-step construction of the example products, from start to finish. The way it's presented now is basically having sketches on the page, and focusing on a few parts, such as drawing rounded corners for phones and only that. The section on colouring should also be broken into steps to show how certain effects are achieved, like blending chalk with markers to get a nice gradated effect.

Overall, it's a very informative book. I'm not a product designer but I found certain sections helpful, especially the chapter on using the appropriate viewpoint to highlight product features.

(There are more pictures of the book on my blog. Just visit my Amazon profile for the link.)
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Great Companion/Substitute to Sketching DTFPD 4 septembre 2011
Par keno - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I originally bought and enjoyed Sketching: Drawing Techniques for Product Designers (DTFPD for short:),and this second book, (a prologue/companion/introduction of sorts) really is equally great; as an aspiring product designer and professional graphic artist I've found these 2 Books to be Incredibly useful. If you can, buy both, If you can only afford one or can't decide, get this one first.

Having said that, The Basics focuses more on some aspects of proper geometry, style and marker rendering with a focus towards what is considered the standard view or technique in Industrial/Product Design, but then again DTFPD expands on some topics (like marker rendering ) while completely standing alone on other subjects(like ideation, light) , hence the need to have both books, but as I said before, I believe The Basics is slightly more condensed. Also, there is ample overlap in between both books, except on some critical bits, confusing I know.

I have a list of complaints about this book, but since I really love it I guess they are more of a wish list for the writers, perhaps in the 3rd book,; here we go:

1. More step by steps ( you know with numbers and arrows would be great), half the time spent on this book is trying to decipher what it is you are trying to teach,it's sad, but for a design book the text is not always next to the correct image.
2. Ellipses need a better explanation.
3. I go crazy for case studies, it's like my favorite thing in the world, but sadly I think you are over using them in your books.
4. Materials list (Copic markers are not cheap you know, It would be great if you told me which ones to buy as to avoid the trial/error).
5. I miss the little Cartoons : (

But really, great book and can't wait for the 3rd one which might be called Sketching: The definite edition, I'll keep on buying them I guess.

K
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Useful info nearly every page 22 août 2011
Par Eileen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
(Note: I'm not a product designer, I just like to draw.)

I borrowed this book from the library thinking maybe I'd come across a few helpful tips. As I read I marked the pages I found useful with a Post-It, in order to come back to them later. About a quarter of the way in I realized I had marked almost every page.

There is much good information here. The examples are well-illustrated and clearly explained. It's concise - no fluff, no frills, no waste of my attention span.

I'm excited to have my own copy to play with.
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the only good thing going for the book 29 novembre 2014
Par christian n martinez - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Lacking instruction material, the only good thing going for the book, is the images.
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Great resource for Industrial Design students 30 mars 2012
Par JWinNB - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Bought this book for my son for Christmas 2011 - he's an Industrial Design major and he loved it. He brought it back to his college to use to compliment his studies there. He mentioned his fellow design major friend had the book too and said it was a great resource. :)
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