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Unlike engineering there are no set formula to solve any of these design conundrums it simply comes down to creativity and problem solving. Most designers have their own sources of inspiration (architecture, computer games and nature to name a few) and will draw upon them to generate new design solutions, often ranging from the sublime to the ridiculous. Having settled on the most appropriate solution it is the designer's job to present the idea to management using simple sketches, colour renderings and digitally modified pictures. The following step by step guide explains the basic marker technique I use to illustrate exterior design ideas, 'colour-by-numbers' for grown-ups really Rendering with Marker and Airmarker
Star Wars illustrator Grant Gould explains with these easy-to-follow steps on how to draw Han Solo and a stormtrooper from the LEGO Star Wars II The Original Trilogy video game. Steps 1-7 are to be drawn lightly with a pencil. No pen, no dark lines. Finished lines and details will come at the end.
A growth area in recent years has been in the production of 'toys'. Originally starting as promotional devices for independent record and fashion labels, a sizable interest has grown in limited-edition toy characters. Created for and aimed at an adult audience who have grown up with toy figures based on characters from movies, animations, comics and video games, the new genre concentrates on hipper, more streetwise and stylistically cool figures. Often starting life as 2D sketches within illustrators' sketchbooks or in commissioned artwork, these toys have gone from purely promotional items to collectable objects of desire.
Action and movement are very strong attention devices that are often used in motion pictures, video games, and the Internet. Because drawings don't generally move, the application of action as a focal point is somewhat difficult. Instead of having something move in the drawing, the artist has to imply movement. Implied movement is movement that is about to happen, such as when you capture a dynamic moment during a dramatic action.