You heard about Blender, but you don’t want to start by learning how to model a donut.
You find tutorials that are not always focused on the industrial design use of Blender, and you don’t want to waste time learning unnecessary functionalities of the software.
You have no clue on how to use Blender, but you want to add it to your skill set.
Or you already know some bits of the software, but your models lack of character. Your workflow is not efficient enough to have fun, be creative and play with your own rules.
No resources seem clear enough, complete or professional.
You need a course focused on Industrial Design, so that you can quickly learn what will be useful tomorrow at your desk.
Because design is what we do every day at work, you need to learn the essential tools, workflows and techniques, so that you can create models at competitive speed.
Be mentored by a pro designer, who knows the job and can show you the best ways and useful tips for your projects.
Save time and be efficient by learning a workflow which is specific to industrial design, allowing you to finish your work on time, without the stress, and with a higher quality.
Learn renderings based on analysing those of professionals, and experiment your own with the correct visualization methods.