Basically, a sketch requires paper and a ballpoint pen. You can use backing paper and use A4 paper. It doesn't matter what the ballpoint pen is, but if you are a new learner, it is better to use a pen that is 0.5mm to 0.7mm thick rather than too thin. Design sketches do not modify lines with an eraser and require training to draw clearly at once, thus avoiding the use of colored pencils and pencils.Photoshop rendering requires a tablet. We recommend Wacom products and use Intuos, cintiq, etc.
Alias is a 3D modeling program for industrial design. All automotive companies around the world use Alias as their 3D program and there is currently no program available to replace it. Product design uses Rhino or Alias for 3D modeling. In industrial design of automobiles, products, etc., it is necessary to be compatible with the design and very sophisticated modeling.Key shots are commonly used in 3D rendering based on modeling files in product design. The program is light and easy to use, so anyone can learn easily and quickly. Vred is an Autodesk product like Alias that is highly compatible with Alias and is used in 3D rendering of automobiles and products. It's more complex than key shots, but once you learn it, you'll get high quality rendering.
Alias lessons will be used from 2015 to the latest version. There are tools or minor modifications depending on the version, but the main parts are basically the same, so you can use any version. As the latest version is released, bugs are fixed and it is recommended to use the latest version.
LINEDRAW only offers online education services and there are no classes available offline. Linedraw will continue to focus exclusively on online lectures to create an environment where anyone can be educated.
Top menu [Curriculum introduction]-You can check the lecture in advance in the individual course page, and you can check the lecture video in the top menu [Curriculum introduction]-[Free lecture] page.
LINEDRAW curriculum is set for each course so that you can practice it repeatedly. If you continue to take the course every day, you will be able to complete the course and will be able to upgrade your skills to intermediate or advanced level. However, if you want to improve your skills significantly, we recommend that you repeat the course and practice instead of taking the class once.
We recommend that you follow the ordered list of courses in the line draw curriculum. You can also follow the curriculum by clicking on the course category in the classroom. Difficulty level is the beginning of the course, the more difficult to go backwards. Courses in the middle and upper classes are based on the premise that they have taken the classes in front of them, so the description of tools and functions will be omitted.