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… Continue reading The Stages of a Color Rendering
Tag: Berol prismacolor
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!
[A larger image of this, and several similar renderings on this page] I was cleaning up a old stack of papers and I found this rendering. The above drawing and several others were made to conceptualize several vignettes seen from one main entertaining/gathering area. This arbor was designed to be seen at the end of… Continue reading Arbor Rendering