Color Drawing: A Marker/Colored-Pencil Approach for Architects, Landscape Architects, Interior and Graphic Designers, and Artists
Shows how to use colored pencils and felt-tip markers to create architectural drawings with greater impact and aesthetic appeal. Beautifully illustrated in color. "An excellent book. Highly recommended".--Library Journal. Illustrated.
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9 marker Apply marker base background black-line building Burnt Ocher Burnt Umber marker Burnt Umber pencil color composition color dimensions color drawing color solid color wheel colored pencils complementary colors Cool Gray 9 cool hues Copenhagen Blue pencil Cream pencil create diazo diazo-print paper dominant drawn flavor Flesh pencil foliage foreground fountain pen graded wash Gray 7 marker Green marker Green pencil hue chart hue scheme interior Johannes Itten marker color marker was applied markers and colored markers and pencils medium Munsell Munsell Color muntins Non-Photo Blue Olive Green Orange-1 palette pencil was added pencil was applied Pilot Razor Point purple purple-blue range reflections Sand marker Sand pencil shade and shadow shaded sides shadow areas space stippling stroke strong-chroma strongest chroma sunlit areas Terra Cotta texture tree trunk Type of drawing value contrast vellum Violet pencil wall Warm Gray warm hues White pencil Willow Green window yellow-red