Architecture and drafting students and professionals alike will find a rich range of instructional and ready reference materials in this source. The author demonstrates proven techniques for clearly expressing a wide variety of architectural forms - from loose sketches and easy line drawing, to detailed renderings and final presentations.
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Architectural Rendering Techniques/A Color Reference Mike W. Lin, ASLA Producing impressive architectural color renderings in the least amount of time possible requires patience and expertise. Architectural Rendering Techniques: A Color Reference will help you turn out high-quality architectural illustrations quickly, easily, and confidently. It demonstrates proven techniques for clearly expressing a wide variety of architectural forms that satisfy client preferences. This portfolio of nearly 300 traceable or easily imitated professional illustrations will save you time in developing superior rendering skills, architectural concepts, and finished drawings. Identification of each drawing by artist, location, medium, size, paper type, and rendering time provides practical artistic insight into expert rendering methods. A range of rendering types is presented here, from easy line drawings to final presentations, and from loose sketches to detailed renderings. Illustrated explanations of tested techniques and approaches to graphic methods allow you to choose the best style for a particular job. This invaluable resource demonstrates the rendering of plans, site analyses, elevations, and sections, and includes both interior and exterior illustrations. It illustrates the use of various media—including pencil, ink, colored pencil, pastel, marker, acrylic, watercolor, and airbrush—to help you select the most appropriate medium for each of your drawings. When you turn to Architectural Rendering Techniques: A Color Reference for assistance, the key to high-quality graphics is literally at your fingertips. Professionals in architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, horticulture, graphic design, and illustration will be able to produce impressive renderings in less time than ever.About the Author:
Mike W. Lin, ASLA, is a recognized leader in architectural rendering methodology. In the past 21 years, he has led numerous workshops and seminars in more than 85 universities across the United States. Mr. Lin is currently Director of the Mike Lin Graphics Workshop in Manhattan, Kansas and is the author of the highly acclaimed Architectural Presentation.
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Book Description Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1985. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110442259530