Tag Archive: Redesign

Concepts That Didn’t Make The Cut

I thought this post would be an interesting topic to expand on, as nowadays peoples don’t see the concepts that manufacturers put out before making the real thing. I have assembled a gallery… Continue reading

Pin Up Day!

Today, the 9th May 2013 was the pin up day for the both facelift projects and the gearstick project. By pin up day, I mean a day where we pin up our final… Continue reading

Ford Mustang Facelift Project

For a couple of months now, I have been working on my second facelift project which is to facelift the 2013 Ford Mustang. Unlike the Vauxhall Insignia Facelift Project, this project was a… Continue reading

Vauxhall Insignia Facelift Project Final

This is my entire Facelift 1 project which I had started in January based on the Vauxhall Insignia. I had to carry out a lot of research into the brand, the cars and… Continue reading

Vauxhall Insignia Facelift Project Progress

Recently, for the past 2 weeks, I have been working on a facelift project of the Vauxhall Insignia. I just wanted to share with you all how my work is coming along. Using… Continue reading

What a difference a little marker makes.

You may or may not know, the other day, I posted a picture of my rendered Datsun 240Z Redesign. I was quite happy with the outcome, but I knew I could improve it… Continue reading

Datsun 240Z Redesign

As it is our assessment week, we technically have a week off. However, the teachers on our course set us some design briefs. One of which was to redesign car dating back before… Continue reading

Canson Pastil Paper Sketching/Rendering #2.

Today was a continuation of our work from yesterday. We used the same Canson pastil paper and drew the redesigned Audi TT’s. This time I decided to my draw my redesigned Audi TT… Continue reading

Canson Pastil Paper Sketching/Rendering #1.

So today, we were looking at mixed media on coloured backgrounds. We were told to use Canson paper, which is good for quick renderings, sketching and light studies. We were given the objective… Continue reading