DRIVE: vehicle sketches and renderings by Scott Robertson

DRIVE: vehicle sketches and renderings by Scott Robertson

by Scott Robertson
     
 

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Drive features Robertson's very latest vehicle designs intended for the video game space communicated through skillfully drawn sketches and renderings. Conceptual sports cars, big-rigs, and off road vehicle designs are represented through traditional and digital media sketches.

Overview

Drive features Robertson's very latest vehicle designs intended for the video game space communicated through skillfully drawn sketches and renderings. Conceptual sports cars, big-rigs, and off road vehicle designs are represented through traditional and digital media sketches.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781933492872
Publisher:
Design Studio Press
Publication date:
11/30/2010
Pages:
176
Product dimensions:
11.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.60(d)

Meet the Author

Scott Robertson graduated with honors with a B.S. degree in Transportation Design in April 1990. He began teaching at Art Center College of Design in 1995, first with a year-and-a-half stint at Art Center Europe in Vevey, Switzerland (now closed), and then in Pasadena, California where he still teaches today.

Some of his clients have included the BMW subsidiary Design-works/USA, Bell Sports, Raleigh Bicycles, Mattel Toys, Spin Master Toys, Patagonia, Scifi Lab, Minority Report feature film, Nike, Rock Shox, Universal Studios, OVO, Black Diamond, Angel Studios, Rockstar Games, Sony Online Entertainment, Buena Vista Games and Fiat to name just a few.

To date, Robertson’s company, Design Studio Press, has published 28 titles on art and design, with 9 of these titles having been translated into Japanese by the publisher Born Digital. He has authored or co-authored 8 books on design and concept art.

Scott is now serving as Chair of the new entertainment design department at Art Center College of Design, works as a design consultant to the entertainment industry, and is the president of Design Studio Press. He is married to film editor Melissa Kent.

To see more of Scott Robertson’s personal and professional work, please visit www.drawthrough.com.
 

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