David offers a look into his diverse sketching process and style. Beginning with a quick overview of lighting and shading basic forms. From there, he touches on a wide range of subject matter including vehicles, alien spacecraft, cartoon caricatures, alien creatures, gas masks and video game controllers. Follow along as David takes a 3D model form created in Z-brush and uses it as an underlay to create a new design concept. There is also some photo-retouching using Adobe Photoshop. These techniques were created entirely in digital format using Sketchbook Pro, Photoshop and a Wacom Cintiq 21UX display. Learn from one of the top instructors at the world renowned College For Creative Studies (CCS).
David specializes in conceptual design from 2D to 3D to visualization, using Sketchbook Pro, Mudbox, Alias Studio, and Maya. He has worked for General Motors, Alias Wavefront, Chrysler and Lear Co. He had also worked on the Ford GT40 interior. David devotes his time as a visiting professor at the College for Creative Studies (CCS) in Detroit MI, where he teaches beginner to advanced level courses specializing in the Entertainment Arts Department.