I looked at a freehand tutorial by Peili Wang such as this one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFqI6YIBMGo
I found it very interesting and made me think about rendering differently.
I completed the first interior space we were asked to render in the lesson. The materials I used are pencil, soft pastels, Kurecolor and pencil crayons to get the effects I wanted as shown below:
I tried all the grey palette and tested the colours in my Kurecolor set:
I then did my second version of the first space but used a range of rendering techniques and materials, here is my example:
On this rendering I used Kurecolor, soft pastels, pencil and pencil crayon techniques to achieve the marks shown below:
Full image render with Kurecolors:
Finally we were asked to render ‘Baronial Hall’
I used materials such as a white pencil, Kurecolor and pencil crayons to get this effect.
Here is my attempt of rendering the image above:
- Peili Wang (2016) Tutorial – hand rendering, kitchen elevation, 160223. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFqI6YIBMGo (Accessed: 8 November 2016)
- Peili Wang (2016a) Tutorial – hand rendering, architecture, 140922 Marquis in downer’s grove, IL, street view. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ez3BrPW5GdA (Accessed: 12 November 2016)