Here at Florence Design School you will draw using both SketchUp and Rhinoceros, but there are more free and premium tools for car designers newbies.
Here you have a list of the very best car design software:
AutoCAD Revit LT Suite
Revit LT Suite will enable users to easily produce stunning and very inviting visuals and perspective views to really get potential clients involved in the project and get their buy in early in the design cycle. Once (or even before) design concepts have been agreed, users will even have the ability to create stunning and very realistic architectural visualisations, and anyone previously involved in rendering will of course understand that this can be very hardware intensive.
Here you have the official web site where is possible to buy it: http://www.autodesk.it/products/revit-lt/overview
3ds Max Design software provide powerful, integrated 3D modeling, animation, rendering, and compositing tools that enable artists and designers to more quickly ramp up for production. The two versions share core technology and features, but offer differentiated experiences and specialized toolsets for game developers, visual effects artists, and graphic designers on the one hand, and architects, designers, engineers, and visualization specialists on the other.
Here you have the official web site where is possible to buy it: http://www.autodesk.com/products/3ds-max/overview
This is Autodesk’s next generation digital sketching tool that builds upon the look and feel of Sketchbook Pro while adding many features and tools. The most notable being full vector sketching: point based, editable, fluid—almost unbelievable.
Here you have the official web site where is possible to buy it: https://www.sketchbook.com/
Although DrawBerry is not exactly a substitute for Adobe Illustrator, it works well in a pinch for creating a basic vector drawing image, such as a brochure or a garage sale sign. DraweBerry lets you export a finished drawing as a PDF, EPS, or photo format such as JPEG. You can easily align objects on the page and there’s a magnifying glass (rare for a vector drawing app) that lets you zoom in tight on just one portion of your new drawing to make fine adjustments.
Here you have the official web site where is possible to buy it: http://raphaelbost.free.fr/DrawBerry.html
Rhino, or Rhinoceros 3D, is a 3D modeling software that uses “NURBS” to allow users to generate complex and unique 3D shapes. Although one of the newer players in the 3D modeling game, Rhino has quickly become a favorite of professionals in industrial design, jewelry design, automotive design, reverse engineering, and 3D printing.
Here you have the official web site where is possible to buy it: https://www.rhino3d.com/it/
LightWave 11 has an excellent history. It has been a key tool in producing content for popular television programs (“Star Trek” being notable among them), and it is good for rapid content development. The preview renderer feature is particularly attractive because it allows you to get a good idea for the final look of your models and animations without having to wait through long render times. The software is not quite as handy for character animation, but it has a very versatile particle engine for superb visual effects. This 3D animation software is a guaranteed winner.
Here you have the official web site where is possible to buy it: https://www.lightwave3d.com/overview/
Google SketchUp is a free, easy-to-learn 3D-modeling program with a few simple tools to let you create 3D models of houses, sheds, decks, home additions, woodworking projects, and even space ships. You can add details, textures, and glass to your models, and design with dimensional accuracy. You can place your finished models in Google Earth, share them with others by posting them to the 3D Warehouse, or print hard copies. Google SketchUp is a great way to discover if 3D modeling is right for you.
Here you have the official web site where is possible to buy it: http://www.sketchup.com/it/products/sketchup-pro
As the industry-standard, Photoshop skills are a necessity if you want to be employable in the graphic design field. Combines tools for painting, drawing, retouching, adding notes, and working with type. Edit images non-destructively with layer styles, adjustment layers, masks, smart objects, smart filters, and history.
Here you have the official web site where is possible to buy it: http://www.adobe.com/it/#
Blender seems to favor users who also are programmers or gamers, or at least engineering-inclined. One example of this is the way Blender incorporates keyboard shortcuts.
Here you have the official web site where is possible to buy it:http://www.blender.org/