It’s a Oldie!
About the second after I finished this page of sketches I received a phone call telling me the project went kaput. So that was that.
I think I was on to something here, but, alas . . . . .
Another rendering from this went nowhere.
Below is a rendering for a rather largestream and a series of waterfalls. The contractor I was doing this for had a track record of dragging his feet on starting projects on time.
In this case he didn’t even get these drawings and his proposal to the client before the homeowner accepted another for about half the price.
The finished project, I snuck in the backyard . . . was downright awful, I mean really bad. So bad, I almost drove home to get the camera, and sneak back in. wow it was bad . . . stream looked like a county drainage ditch full of rip-rap bad!
Don’t you just hate it when that happens.
We designed a pergola for a winery in Templeton CA that was in line with the traditional image they had been developing for years. They hired a local lawn maintenance contractor to do the work, trying to emulate our design. (No disrespect to the local lawn maintenance contractor, they were in up their gills.)
The result looked like crap! It’s unfortunate, but they got what they paid for.
It may be that one of our primary objectives is to help the client understand what they are asking for. Sometimes a challenge. But I’m up to it. Seems that you are also.
I appreciate your continued pursuit of value and excellence.
I look forward to the images that your pens have hidden within them.