Street-level Perspective. Always go for repetitive elements such as lamp posts or trees - they create a rhythm and thus increase perspective depth - which is always good for your work! Pencil on 50x70 Standard Paper, 6 Hours Completion Time #architecture #architect #rendering

Always go for repetitive elements such as lamp posts or trees - they create a rhythm and thus increase perspective depth - which is always good for your work! Pencil on Standard Paper, 6 Hours Completion Time

Urban Design. Keep in mind you don't always have the time to finish off all detailing on a drawing. You need to focus on the important elements: usually the perspective comes first and the axo second. Pencil on 50x70 Standard Paper, 6 Hours Completion Time #architecture #architect #rendering

Keep in mind you don't always have the time to finish off all detailing on a drawing. You need to focus on the important elements: usually the perspective comes first and the axo second. Pencil on Standard Paper, 6 Hours Completion Time

Urban Square Street-level Perspective. Did an alright job at getting the feel of a busy urban space. Urban furniture always adds that extra bit of realism. Pencil + Pen + Marker on 50x70 Standard Paper. 15 Hours Completion Time #architecture #architect #rendering

Black & white always works well to keep the viewer's focus on the linedrawing and shadow play.Pencil + Colored Crayons on Standard Paper, 15 Hours Completion Time

Urban Design

Urban Perspective. The detailed foreground shows human scale quite well. Could use a bit more work. Pencil + Colored Crayons on 50x70 Standard Paper, 5 Hours Completion Time #architecture #architect #rendering

One Point Perspective is widely used for Urban Design because it conveys scale and building massing in an accurate way. Pencil + Colored Crayons on Standard Paper, 5 Hours Completion Time

Urban Design

Urban Design

Urban Design

Urban Design

Drawings showing urban design at it's finest. Same rules apply for urban perspectives as for other types of drawings: rhythm, scale, contrast, foreground etc.

Drawings analysed from a color composition standpoint. Summary description available for each piece.


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