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Scott Robertson Gnomon DVD

Scott Robertson (born 1966) is an American concept artist, known for his transportation design work, contributions to movies like Steven Spielberg's Minority Report, and his educational DVDs with the Gnomon Workshop.
Robertson is a graduate of Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA where he is the current program director of Entertainment Design.


Scott Robertson was born in Oregon and grew up in the country. As a child his artist father, Richard, taught him how to draw and design the toys he played with. Fascinated by speed, he and his father designed and built soapbox derby cars. At the age of 14, Scott finished sixth in the world at the annual race in Akron, Ohio. In 1984 he attended Oregon State University. In addition to his studies, he was on the rowing team in the bow position.
After two and a half years at Oregon State, Scott transferred to Art Center College of Design, where his father had attended before him. He graduated with honors with a B.S. degree in Transportation Design in April 1990.
The day after graduation, Scott opened a product design consulting firm in San Francisco with friend Neville Page. Soon they were designing a variety of consumer products, the majority being durable medical goods and sporting goods. Clients included Everest-Jennings, Kestrel, Giro Sport Design, Nissan, Volvo, Yamaha, Scott USA, Schwinn, and Medical Composite Technology.
In 1995 both Scott and Neville relocated to Vevey, Switzerland to teach drawing and industrial design at Art Center, Europe. Upon the closing of ACE in the middle of 1996 they relocated to Los Angeles. Scott continues to share a studio with Neville where they do consulting work for a wide range of clients. Over the last seven years since returning from Europe,[when?] Scott’s clients have included BMW subsidiary Design-works/USA, Bell Sports, Raleigh Bicycles, Mattel Toys, Patagonia, Scifi Lab, 3DO, the feature film Minority Report, Nike, Troxel, Rock Shox, Universal Studios, OVO, Black Diamond, Angel Studios and Fiat.
Scott is married to film editor Melissa Kent and they live in Santa Monica

Gnomon : Techniques of Scott Robertson 1: Basic Perspective Form Drawing

On this DVD Scott introduces the basics of 1, 2 and 3 point perspective drawing and leads you through the exercises needed to gain the skills necessary to draw man-made forms of your own design. Intended to be a lecture for the beginner or a refresher for the working professional, Scott shares the form building basics he utilizes when doing his advanced vehicle drawings; the drawing of freehand perspective grids and ellipses becomes the basis for a form building strategy. The DVD concludes with the drawing of complex curved surfaces that become the building blocks for vehicles in Scott's following DVDs. Materials used: Pencil and Pen.

Author : Scott Robertson
Price : $39.00

Techniques of Scott Robertson 1: Basic Perspective Form Drawing

Gnomon : Techniques of Scott Robertson 2: How to Draw Cars

Definitely one of the finer designers of our generation. Scott's innovative designs bridge the gap between today's fiction and tomorrow's science. His attention to detail is sometimes mind blowing... but he is not somebody to keeps it all to himself. He is so concerned with teaching his knowledge to others that it makes him one of the top educators in digital and traditional art.

Author : Scott Robertson
Price : $49.00

Techniques of Scott Robertson 2: How to Draw Cars