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ROBERT LASZIO KISS: A 2D AND 3D SKETCHING PROCESS

Colin Smith
May 29, 2020

Robert Laszio Kiss returns to demonstrate the value of combining 2D and 3D work in the sketching process.

 

 

In this video, Robert creates a unique robot to showcase how the 2D capabilities of SketchBook and the 3D capabilities of Autodesk’s Fusion 360 can be used together. He shares his process and tips for ideating, detailing, and finalizing a project in SketchBook, while he explores perspective and 3D shapes in Fusion 360. He provides insights on how creating quick 3D models can help enhance and perfect a final 2D creation.

Robert has been drawing ever since he can remember, and he draws anywhere and anytime. Now digitally inclined, he is an industrial designer and problem solver who is fascinated by visual communication. 

He has worked on projects with clients including McKinsey, Engie, WWF, Heineken, and KLM.  

If you like this video, you can check out more of Robert’s work with SketchBook here.

 

Learn more about Robert at:

 

www.robertlkiss.com

www.instagram.com/robertlkiss

www.artstation.com/artist/robertlaszlokiss

www.behance.net/kissrobert4a1c

www.youtube.com/user/kissvenom

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Colin Smith

Colin is a Sr. Product Manager on the Automotive and Conceptual Design Team at Autodesk. During his 25-year career in the CAD industry he has worked in customer support, training, consulting and as a product manager for Alias and Fusion 360. Currently, he works on SketchBook Pro and Create VR and is based in Toronto, Canada.

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    Where can I download the brushes he refers to in the videos? I did not understand what they were called.

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