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Category: color rendering
From the Sketchbook (10)
Long Ago Design (2)
While looking for a drawing to do a comparative analysis I found this interesting conceptual design. What I have is something very loose and “natural” on the right as opposed to something very geometric in design on the left. The Drawing The idea was giving the client a chance to look at completely opposite ideas… Continue reading Long Ago Design (2)
From the Sketchbook (8)
Really having some fun drawing some type of crazy thing. Sitting out back drinking my morning coffee.
I really appreciate finding great watercolors of good looking botanicals. The tulip below is a fine example of this style of painting. The artist is a fellow named Johann Bartholomaus Braun. Found in an album of 190 watercolour illustrations, entitled ‘Flora Picta’ ca1660. Apparently this is part of a large study documenting the garden of… Continue reading Bartholomäus Tulip
Here is a look at a backyard for a couple who does a lot of entertaining, and needs the appropriate space to do just that-entertain in a highly stylized way. [Everything is new or different.] The patio is extra large to accommodate a tent for larger more formal gatherings. More on this job over the… Continue reading Design Process
From the Sketchbook (3)
[ Rotring art pen(1.1) and 4 colored pencils. ]
From the Sketchbook (2)
The other day I posted this surreal scene in colored pencils and ink. Here’s another; same style. I think this is a little more realistic and good practice for a “job-like” rendering. [I use Berol PRISMACOLOR, and Derwent Studio colored pencils.] Hey! what can I say. I like to draw goofy trees!
From the Sketchbook
[ Working by doodling with color pencils. ]