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February 14, 2019
Industrial Design major Peter Renner has his eye on a career in transportation design. He presented his fall 2018 auto design project for review to his CIA professors and to designers from GM.
What’s your dream position once you graduate?
I’d be happy in any part of the creative process that brings a vehicle into existence. I’m specifically interested in getting a position as a clay sculptor. It would be my job to render the designer’s work in clay. It would be my job to render the designer’s work in clay, giving the team a better feel for what it will look like in 3D. I’ve been leaning toward this because I’m drawn to hands-on, three-dimensional work.
Describe the concept vehicle you worked on for your fall transportation-design class.
My idea was...
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