[Interview to CDA Students] Rishabh Sinha / India
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Do you want to pursue car designing as your profession? Are you a car engineer, modeler, students, or novice? But you like car designing, and you love cars?
In Car Design Academy, instructors are working actively in Japanese design studios as a car designer. This means you can learn updated real world car designing directly from them. Moreover, you can learn car design at any time at any place with your own pace. That is the benefit of online school.
In this time, we had interview with our current student, Rishabh Sinha from India, 25 years old.
If you are considering joining Car Design Academy, we hope following article, interviewing to our current student, will help you.
Interview to CDA Students / Rishabh Sinha / India
I was interested in cars and bikes from a very tender age but my dad wanted me to be a software engineer , so after completing my bachelors in engineering in Information Technology , I went to Milan to pursue my dream of car designing ,but due to certain unavoidable reasons I had to leave the course after one year and came back to India.
1. Please tell us what do you study at school? If you are working, what kind of job you are engaged in?
My last school was SPD ,Milan where I learnt sketching ( both digital and pen) , renderings , history of car design ,different materials used for the car manufacture , making physical model and alias models , presentations and so on.
2. What was your trigger to decide join CDA? Please identify what was your difficulty to study car design before you joined CDA, if there is any? Any anxiety you had when studying car design by yourself?
Post my return from Milan , I was unable to find any professional advice and help regarding my sketches and works. So one day while googling for some help I found about CDA , so there low cost and professionalism in car design triggered me to join CDA. I was also satisfied that I can complete the course in my own pace . While studying by myself I was(in fact am) quite anxious to know about my shortcomings in my works so that I can improve my quality.
3. Please give us your feedback regarding the quality of Text Materials/Video Text /Instructor’s review (Advice & Corrections)
The text materials provided in the lesson have almost all of the info regarding car design and I was very much impressed by the contents of the materials. The real time video tutorials are also very helpful as it helped me to analyse my mistakes and also helpful when the text material wasn’t enough , also I came to know how the professionals approach for sketching. For me the most important part was their advice on my work . In fact their advice along with the text material helped me to elevate my work exponentially. For each lesson I always submitted thinking there is no error and its the best I could do ,but after their advice only a bit of tweaking would give my work more professional taste, of which I never thought .
4. Please indicate how many hours (minutes) do you spend for practicing, homework, and any other related work for CDA, for example (design competition preparation) or routine .
On an average I used to devote 6-7 hours for practicing and completing my assignments, but it would increased to 8-9 hours during competitions.
5. How do you find out the Monthly Design Competition?
I really enjoyed the monthly competition as due to different themes I got an opportunity to work on different segments ,also I was able to identify my position among my peers . The work of other students helped me analyze my shortcoming .
6. Message for those candidate students who is considering joining CDA?
Their study materials is really awesome and it also makes you a very competitive person in the job market, after the completion of the course ,with the condition that you practice regularly like hell ,as their reviews are very valuable ,if you have practiced a lot before submitting.
7. Any other message you would like to tell other people? Your view regarding design, or sketch, or practice method?
To be a car designer hand sketching is a must. If you are really good with pen and marker sketching, then digital sketching can be learnt easily but vice versa would be very difficult. Be very free while sketching and not restrict your hand just to sketch a clean car as in that case you would never be able to learn sketching.
|Ranchi , India
|Hindi , English , Italian (basic)
|Scuola Politecnica Di design, Milano, (2013-2014)
|Instagram & Twitter etc
|Profile & Self introduction
|I was interested in cars and bikes from a very tender age but my dad wanted me to be a software engineer , so after completing my bachelors in engineering in Information Technology , I went to Milan to pursue my dream of car designing ,but due to certain unavoidable reasons I had to leave the course after one year and came back to India.
Comment from Instructor, Mr. Can
Rishabh loves car; therefore he draw and draw sketches. His all drawings have momentum of lines. That is great. Although he has plenty of design ideas (in fact, idea creation ability will be needed when a person becomes a professional car designer), his proportion of car is sometimes lacking of a beauty. I admire that Rishabf’s speed for improving exceeds others, and he is the one of students who has high possibility to work as a professional car designer in the future.
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