Industrial Design: How to draw a Boot – part 1 | how to draw shoes

Industrial Design: How to draw a Boot – part 1.

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Industrial Design: How to draw a Boot - part 1
Industrial Design: How to draw a Boot – part 1

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Part one of a two part series on how to apply a leather like texture to a simple boot design.
Part 2 –
Of course, we have to sketch the boot first, and so here’s my demo on just that topic. Check it out!

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Industrial Design: How to draw a Boot – part 1.

25 thoughts on “Industrial Design: How to draw a Boot – part 1 | how to draw shoes”

  1. man i don't know where you came from but i know this was all i needed to learn at the moment, great job you are doing i now believe i can finish an old drawing of mine, thanks bro 💞

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  2. Wooowwww. Thanks a lot for this super helpfull video. I am a footwear designer, but I'm not the best at sketching and I'm always struggling when it comes to sketch a shoe starting from 0

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  3. I was waiting you to comeback since so long! And glad you came back to posting videos! I learned so much from this and watch video! thanks a lot for doing so!!!

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  4. Hello Spencer! I noticed that you often use a pencil instead of a BIC pen. When I do that and use a marker on it later I have noticed that light-colored markers will actually absorb the pigments from the pencil into the felt-tip. So now I have a skin-colored Copic marker with graphite in the tip. Is it just me? How do you avoid that?

    Thanks so much!

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