What distinguishes industrial designers from others is their ability to visually express creative ideas. With the skill to illustrate ideas, one can introduce oneself as a creative designer to society and the industry. Design is also a creative problem-solving process in which the current situation will be transformed into a desirable state. One of the skills of designers is visualizing the mental space, which is realized in the form of sketches and renderings. Therefore, the first skill taught in design centers is sketching (manual design) and rendering. It goes without saying that these two skills are complementary and necessary for each other.
The field of sketching is divided into two parts: one is the Drawing area, which includes personal observations or free experiences of the designer on various subjects expressed independently and in various ways. The other area is Design, which involves combining visual elements and space based on design principles and has practical applications that lead to presenting solutions and problem-solving.
The AFAMevents, with the collaboration and teaching of Professor Jungo Han, a lecturer at Hongik University in South Korea, is holding its first course on Product Design Sketching. This course is designed for individuals who want to visualize their ideas and bring them to the community. In this course, product design, along with the principles of perspective and rendering, will be taught.
Professor Jungo Han, with 15 years of experience teaching and training sketching to over 2000 students and designers, intends to provide an environment for motivation and inspiration to strengthen creativity and mastery of design skills for participants of this online course through simple, accurate, and realistic techniques over the course of 12 sessions. He is a product designer and founder of the Sketch Factory Academy. You can see examples of his designs on the official pages of the Afam Institute. This workshop is recommended for all industrial, product, automotive, fashion, interior architecture, furniture designers, and those interested in the field of design. Also, this course requires a prerequisite course in digital sketching for bag design.
He is a product designer and design sketching expert. He has been working in the field of product design sketching training for more than 15 years. His curriculum focuses on simple, detailed and realistic techniques. Having taught over 2,000 students through one-on-one and classroom sessions, he is able to identify their challenges and improve their sketching techniques. With his strong interest in drawing and teaching, he provides an environment to inspire and motivate students to increase creativity while learning sketching techniques.