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What do you guys suggest is the best to learn if I wanna go full automotive design? I have some experience in MoI3D and general mesh modelling. But other than that I'm clueless on where to go. Any suggestions for a particular workflows and soft to learn?
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>>672312
>if I wanna go full automotive design
First part: Never ever strive for the automotive retardation of Saleem and other Artstation "talents".
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An industrial design degree. As for software, Autodesk Alias.
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>>672312
>door removed for no fucking reason
Why?
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>>672314
this was the first related pic I found, do you have ant pointers to where I should look for good inspiration?

>>672335
it's R4D1C4L
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>>672350
If you want good futuristic design, get some Syd Mead material.
Other than that, try mixing two or more real world cars. It'll look like shit in the beginning but soon enough you'll see that e.g. every headlight is a combination of a few basic parts and varies very little between cars. You'll also learn which shapes work together and which shapes don't.
Don't go on Linkedin and search for design inspiration, it's full of arabs promoting babby's first generative design.



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