We all have to give props to the auto designers that have not only the skill and the creativity to offer us the cars we so much enjoy nowadays, but the great ideas and the pleasure they work with, which is s obvious in the results.
A fascinating video about the way an artist creates a design sketch of the Mercedes CLS 63 AMG, first on paper and then transfers it into a digital rendering, all in the space of two-and-a-half minutes, has been recently released by AMG, Mercedes’ high performance division.
Due to the time-laps technology we are now able to see in just two and something minutes the way the entire process develops from scratch, since it is quite obvious that it usually takes much longer.
It is a video very interesting to watch, and it should be especially for aspiring auto designers, since the hard work before the level at which the guys at AMG are working now is obvious. Because, appearently, talent is never enough. And also, the way these guys work now, and the results that literraly come out of their hands should really work as motivation for those who aspire at a similar career.
Watch the video here.