So often these days, design is confined to the inner-most workings of your computer. As a designer, the act of hand drawing can help to generate creativity and new ideas that make the digital art you create that much better. In this live design tutorial, illustrative designer Von Glitschka will talk about using drawing as a taxi for your ideas. He’ll talk about how to work drawing in to your process as a good creative habit, and how it can inform the work you do.
In this design tutorial you'll learn:
- Anyone can draw
- About the lost art of the thumbnail sketch
- About the science of hand drawing
- How to expand your creative potential
About the Author:
Von Glitschka, a self–proclaimed illustrative designer, focuses on the relationship between design and illustration, working with Microsoft, Pepsi, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Major League Baseball, General Motors, Cranium, PetSmart and more. His distinctive graphics have appeared in Communication Arts, Graphis, American Illustration and Logo Lounge II, III and IV. Glitschka has spoken at the HOW Design Conference and Adobe MAX, he teaches design at Chemetka College in Salem, Oregon, and he's the author of Crumble Crackle Burn.