What I’m up to
Guest Author for Yanko Design. An online magazine dedicated to covering the best in international product design. Yanko Design started as a little blog back in 2002 covering student work and over time, have grown into an international publishing company with millions of readers. A passion for the new, innovative, unique and undiscovered. With their eyes firmly focused on the future.
Keynote Speaker. DEVELOP3D Live is the only UK event to attract such a broad cross section of technology providers, covering CAD software, generative design, topology optimisation, additive manufacturing, AI, 3D printing, workstation technology, design visualisation, VR/AR, simulation, data management, 3D scanning, tolerance analysis and lots, lots more.
Rendering Realistically Really Rapidly
Hey I’m Sam and I do design! I recently made a YouTube video demonstrating how to Render Realistically Really Rapidly! This process helps break down your 3D models and turn them into photorealistic renders. Below are a few tips that should help you get some eye-poppingly real Keyshot renders.
The Art of Designing the Future with Paperlike
A quick walk through an electronics store or a casual glance at the online equivalent might seem like a normal part of today's life, but hidden beneath the surface of each product is a journey that has weaved itself through a complex process involving many entities and many steps.
YD Talks: with ‘Sam Does Design’ About Designing the Weight Lamp For Gantri
Sam Gwilt started his fledgling YouTube channel to capture his journey as a designer. Over time, that YouTube channel helped build a community that, along with Sam, ‘does design’. Sam’s channel ‘Sam Does Design’ hosts a variety of videos, from sketching and rendering tutorials, to Q&A’s to even portfolio reviews, and has helped Sam build a strong audience/community of designers and design students. Sam recently designed a lamp, titled The Weight, for Gantri,
New Creatives: Where Are They Now? Sam Gwilt
In the first of our ‘New Creatives: Where are they now?’ series we catch up with Sam Gwilt, who exhibited with us as part of Made in Brunel’s (MiB) 2017 graduate show – Redefining. Made in Brunel is a student led collaborative platform focused on showcasing great design from Brunel University London.
Want to work on something together? Let’s chat!
Drop me an email, send an Instagram message, or anything you like. I’d love to hear about any collaboration you have in mind. Whether it’s an Instagram partnership or YouTube video, or anything else entirely, lets make something together!