compared with hand-painted software, I think hand-painted software is more important, because hand-painted can directly present your ideas quickly. In view of your hand-painted skills, I suggest you not to sketch for a long time. It doesn’t matter if you practice sketch more and perspective is not accurate. Few foreigners who are masters of industrial design can draw well by hand. If you practice more, it will be fine after a long time. I recommend you to buy a hand-painted book by Liu Chuankai (a Taiwanese designer) and copy it more. Don’t pay too much attention to whether the line is straight or not in the copying process. See how he expresses the relationship between product structure in the process of painting. When I went to school, my teacher recommended our book, which felt very good. Since it’s about making products, it’s best to focus on practicing hand painting. Copy first, and then draw by yourself according to the physical pictures. If you can draw 5 pieces of A4 paper every day for one month, I believe your hand painting will advance by leaps and bounds
I’m also engaged in product design. A little suggestion is only for reference!
since you can get started quickly with some sketches, you can learn some 3D software, such as rhinoceros, and one (Taiwan capital is used more)
it’s almost the same; Next, accumulate experience through work
first learn some relevant software, then copy the successful cases in this field and apply it to your own works. After a long time, you will have your own ideas and experience. The ability of hand drawing seems to be less important now
the operation ability and thinking ability of important software
the hand-painted performance of industrial products is relatively simple, focusing on the understanding of structure. It is suggested that you can start with the perspective of geometric form. Such as mobile phones, sofas and so on, first master the skills. It won’t be hard. come on. However, the ability to make products or software should be stronger, such as rhinoceros and 3DMAX