Architectural Studies: A Step-By-Step Guide to Rendering and Drawing Techniques
As you follow the author's hands-on approach. you'll find yourself moving easily from the basics of lines and shading to three-dimensional perspective drawings, with expert tips on how to: zero in on the medium and the right approach; use the felt-tip marker for a wide range of design options; incorporate the key building blocks of structure, entourage, and point of view; work with "fast papers" (oriental papers) for maximum effect with minimum effort; use a matrix as a self-teaching tool that increases spatial awareness and makes block-ins of difficult scenes easy; work effectively with tracings; and more!
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