Architectural illustration

Illustrations in hand-drawn style

I finally had a nice long vacation to start off the summer! Here are a batch of renders and illustrations from the past few months.                            

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Most of the time, the landscape is in the periphery of my projects, something to give the architecture context and contrast. Once in a while though, I have the opportunity to work on a project that is all about the landscape. This project called for rendering a bridge and water feature that will replace an […]

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My rendering and 3D modeling jobs take me to a wide range of scales and project types. It may also be worth noting that I do a significant amount of 2D drafting work as well, since I have a small architectural practice. Here is a sample of some of my work in the past few […]

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Between the vacations the past couple months with my wife and kids, I still had plenty to work on over the summer. Here is an assortment of work I’ve completed recently, in a wide range of scales and styles. Marketing renderings for an apartment building with a complex stepped series of roof terraces. I’ll probably […]

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Sometimes there is a need for a softer look than what a photorealistic rendering can provide. Using digital watercolor (a watercolor image that is made on the computer instead of with paint on paper), I can provide a much looser look to engage an audience without the crisp detail that is a hallmark of computer […]

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