Tag: watercolor style

  • Venturing into V-Ray for Sketchup 3.4

    Venturing into V-Ray for Sketchup 3.4

    The release of the new version 3 of V-Ray for Sketchup has taken a bit of effort to incorporate into my workflow. There are many changes in how V-Ray handles materials the net effect of which has made large swathes of my existing models obsolete. On the one hand, the render engine that uses video […]

  • Summertime


    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 […]

  • Digital Watercolor for marketing images

    Digital Watercolor for marketing images

    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 […]

  • These Places to live are at the opposite ends of the spectrum

    It was fun to have both of these projects in process during this month. These two projects couldn’t be much more different. The first project is a single family residential that is on a heavily wooded lot. It’s a traditionally styled house with wood and stucco. The rendering is in a watercolor illustration style and […]

  • New for September… plus some updates of previous images

    My feature project for this month is a watercolor style illustration for a new home that is currently under construction. The builder wanted to have a marketing image that would show the house well, and it would have taken a lot of time and effort to clean up the site and get a good photograph […]