The first in a series of perspective drawings I did for a class in 2012. I had been used to drawing in an A4 journal which tended to distort the perspective as the vanishing points were placed far to close together. Another marker render, not all that neat but I prefer the texture and rawness you get when not working digitally.

The first in a series of perspective drawings I did for a class in 2012. I had been used to drawing in an A4 journal which tended to distort the perspective as the vanishing points were placed far to close together. Another marker render, not all that neat but I prefer the texture and rawness you get when not working digitally.

This guy was just a bit of fun. He was originally part of a larger composition but was cropped down for greater impact. I'm not sure if he is staring wistfully off into the distance or is looking down his nose (snout? What is it ferrets have?) but he is one of the most dapper ferrets I have had the pleasure of creating.

This guy was just a bit of fun. He was originally part of a larger composition but was cropped down for greater impact. I'm not sure if he is staring wistfully off into the distance or is looking down his nose (snout? What is it ferrets have?) but he is one of the most dapper ferrets I have had the pleasure of creating.

This was my first attempt at perspective drawing so they're not as acurate as I would have liked. The greyscale rendering was something I haven't done a lot of since but ought to have a go at more often. As it says, I'm a massive James Gurney fan. For those who don't know, he wrote and illustrated the Dinotopia books. Google him, he's awesome.

This was my first attempt at perspective drawing so they're not as acurate as I would have liked. The greyscale rendering was something I haven't done a lot of since but ought to have a go at more often. As it says, I'm a massive James Gurney fan. For those who don't know, he wrote and illustrated the Dinotopia books. Google him, he's awesome.

We were studying Art Nouveau in a theory class when I made this. It was a piece used in a sampler site I made for a Web Design class I took at the same time. It was challenging to try painting with illustrator - isolating segments to layer brushstrokes until it blended the way I wanted. The file was enormous by the time it was done, I was new to this and hadn't rasterised any of the hundreds of strokes.

We were studying Art Nouveau in a theory class when I made this. It was a piece used in a sampler site I made for a Web Design class I took at the same time. It was challenging to try painting with illustrator - isolating segments to layer brushstrokes until it blended the way I wanted. The file was enormous by the time it was done, I was new to this and hadn't rasterised any of the hundreds of strokes.

Part of a mark making class I took in 2012. It involved working with all sorts of media from blu-tac to hundreds and thousands and really brought home how many ways there are to create an image. I still have a heap of the prints that that the class made that I used to frankenstein this guy together from. They're good to look at for inspiration when I'm stuck in a rut.

Part of a mark making class I took in 2012. It involved working with all sorts of media from blu-tac to hundreds and thousands and really brought home how many ways there are to create an image. I still have a heap of the prints that that the class made that I used to frankenstein this guy together from. They're good to look at for inspiration when I'm stuck in a rut.

The basis of a poster I did concerning the effects climate change are predicted to have on population centres. The final outcome was okay but like a lot of the stuff I do, there's something about the sketchier side of things that appeals to me more. I guess I tend to enjoy the process over the product.

The basis of a poster I did concerning the effects climate change are predicted to have on population centres. The final outcome was okay but like a lot of the stuff I do, there's something about the sketchier side of things that appeals to me more. I guess I tend to enjoy the process over the product.

A rough marker render I did for a steampunk pest-control billboard mock up. Brilliant fun to re-imagine the pidgeon in a steampunk world and a good opportunity to get my head around marker rendering.

A rough marker render I did for a steampunk pest-control billboard mock up. Brilliant fun to re-imagine the pidgeon in a steampunk world and a good opportunity to get my head around marker rendering.


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An exterior hand rendering of a mill that was converted to an inn. A nice example of pen & marker rendering that resulted in a great little piece of local Architecture.

An exterior hand rendering of a mill that was converted to an inn. A nice example of pen marker rendering that resulted in a great little piece of local Architecture.

Marker Rendering (Garden Plan) by ~ray-agustin on deviantART

All I know is that I tried to do an Autumn and Spring garden.

SpectaculArch!, Francesca Perani, sandra marchesi · Centro Diurno Disabili a Gandino / Concorso ad inviti · Divisare

SpectaculArch!, Francesca Perani, sandra marchesi · Centro Diurno Disabili a Gandino / Concorso ad inviti · Divisare

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