A client asked me to render a redesigned boardwalk area. These are the steps I went through to make that happen.
The above is a simple pen drawingdone fairly quickly, giving the client an opportunity to see what possibilities for the future may hold.
Above I have kept the color rendering on top of the black and white image so that anyone can see exactly how the proposed layout might look if the conceptual is followed through.
Why? Why is that base image in black and white? I believe that contrast of line and the lack of color help my color renderings pop out and fully show themselves.
It’s like the Wizard of Oz, the movie starts in black and white and then . . . POW . . . color, color when it’s time to make an impact . . . when it’s time for a new place, a new beginning . . . a fantasy.
Like my drawings and what possibilities their space holds.
Finally the drawing, scanned alone and with no labels and markers. Without an addition of embellishment-you know little dots, small marks, and slight color bleeds.
If you need something like this let me know.
If you want me to do a workshop let me know.
The rendering tells the story, it offers possibilities, the drawings portend what could be.