Learning to Illustrate Textures: Techniques for Architects, Designers, and Renders | Design Shifts

Learning to Illustrate Textures: Techniques for Architects, Designers, and Renders

Colored Pencils - types, techniques, best used for.......

Basic Colored Pencils for Architecture Rendering

Beauty Tip / DIY Face Masks 2017 / 2018 Colored Pencils - types, techniques, best used for.

This drawing effectively uses combination of  pencil and the cross-hatching technique to give the two-dimensional drawing a three-dimensional effect, giving the object shape and order.

This drawing effectively uses combination of pencil and the cross-hatching technique to give the two-dimensional drawing a three-dimensional effect, giving the object shape and order.

Renderização com marcadores What do you think? O que você achou? Por @matveeva_anna  Snap: arquitetapage #arquitetapage

The bold colours used in this illustration give it life and also draw your eyes to it. Although the watercolour technique isn't very complex, the pigment of the colours adds a level of depth and interest to the illustration which other illustrations lack.

karen beneditti. a city point of view, mixed media on canvas

a city point of view, mixed media on canvas. Long shape for the image of a city point, same techniques could be used for the Black Country buildings.

The edges of this building are loosely drawn in such a way that the viewer's brain completes the object.

The verticality of the lines describing the buildings, emphasises the narrowness of the street.

This is a really powerful rendering technique as it lets you immediately feel the atmosphere of the building and the surroundings. Almost an eerie yet calm atmosphere.

This is a really powerful rendering technique as it lets you immediately feel the atmosphere of the building and the surroundings. Almost an eerie yet calm atmosphere.

The 1962 Playboy Town House - A fantasy bachelor pad designed by architect R. Donald Jaye and rendered in gouache and ink by Humen Ten

The 1962 Playboy Town House - A fantasy bachelor pad designed by architect R. Donald Jaye and rendered in gouache and ink by Humen Ten / Sketch up of interior drawings

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