Marker Magic: The Rendering Problem Solver for Designers

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 15, 1992 - Architecture - 160 pages
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Discover the art of rendering with markers through:
* Profiles of top rendering pros, their techniques, and examples of their best work.
* 65 Tips, Tricks, and Techniques you can use right now to improve your next design presentation.
* Specific color combinations for rendering wood, brick, foliage, skies, chrome and other materials.
* 40 Mini-Lessons with demonstrations of solutions to everyday rendering problems.
 

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Contents

Bob McAllen
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How do I make it bright and crisp?
16
a rendering What is the best way to copy color sample swatches?
24
Richard Radke
30
11 How do I render round and curved surfaces?
36
12 How can I make the sky dramatically complement
42
14 How do I keep my brick areas from looking monotonous?
48
16 What is the best way to indicate a mirror reflection?
54
19 How do I portray chrome brass and copper convincingly?
60
21 What is the best way to render carpet textures?
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Richard McGarry and Greg Madsen are both partners in McGarry & Madsen, an architectural illustration and graphic design firm located in Miami Beach. Richard McGarry is the author of Tracing File for Interior and Architectural Illustration, which contains over 1,500 line drawings at different scales that cover the particular problems of making renderings of interior settings. He and Greg Madsen co-wrote Scale Elements for Design Elevations, the first guide to deal exclusively with architectural elevations, which presents over 1,700 copyright-free scale drawings.

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