Product and Industrial Design Mastery

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How to draw basic box perspectives that are the fundamentals for drawing any product design out there.

The basic volumes which are the building blocks for anything you will draw from now on in your design career.

Draw simple product design objects, get used to the feel and graphics of product design.

How to use these simple volumes to create an elegant volume composition.

Take things further and apply these composition principles with real-life objects.

Draw and design a detailed electric drill, represent it in triple projection, perspective and axonometric section.

Take your understanding of design materials to the next level by drawing a weird rotation object made of stainless steel, wood, and glass.

Draw and design a playground castle – a key assignment where you will apply both product design and composition principles.

Short recap on correct perspective and basic volume shadows

Shift your sketching scale and design totems as well product design pavilions

Draw unconventional and original product packaging for bottles, fruit as well as patterns for any box wrapping

Draw and design original, detailed shelving units for any room

Design abstract vases as examples of bespoke product design

Expand your visual culture for drawing interior design objects

Get advanced line-drawing graphics by sketching futuristic starship and helmet designs

Learn to draw concept car designs and get used to balancing vehicle ergonomics and aesthetics

Get used to conceptual sketching by drawing futuristic robot designs with curved geometry and a lot of details

product design mastery

Course Features

  • Lectures 34
  • Quizzes 0
  • Duration > 100 hours
  • Skill level All levels
  • Language English
  • Students 283
  • Assessments Yes


Average Rating

4 ratings

Detailed Rating


    Excellent information, okay presentation

    The instructor moves quickly, I recommend watching each lesson straight through without putting pencil to paper, then re-watching while following along to make sure you understand everything, and then maybe make a third pass. A basic grasp of drawing and sketching prior to going in is helpful, although I think someone with no experience could follow along with only slight difficulty.

Hi, I’m Michael Neatu, I am an RIBA Architect and for the last 5 years I have taught over 500 live students as well as 7000-9000 online students via my video trainings.

With my guidance, you eliminate the guesswork and self-doubt around architectural drawing and will you step by step start unleashing your full architecture potential.


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