X-Ray Experimenting Continued

X-Ray Experimenting Continued

  Ever since I rebuilt this model a few months back, I have been wanting to generate an x-ray image of the Cranbrook project. I was having trouble getting the image to read properly because the design doesn’t lend itself well to the x-ray style that I have shown...
X-Ray Illustration: Part 2

X-Ray Illustration: Part 2

  A few weeks back I posted an x-ray illustration of one of my old projects as sort of a last minute idea. This was the first time I had ever done an “x-ray” illustration and I immediately became excited about the possibilities. I’m really drawn to...
Digital Quilling

Digital Quilling

  I came across the concept of “quilling” a few weeks back and instantly began thinking how could I translate this digitally to generate a unique architectural illustration for marketing or portfolio purposes. The style had a great look to it and I knew...
Urban Abstract Illustration

Urban Abstract Illustration

  The past week was a busy one at the office, hence I needed to play catch-up with a lot of non-website related things this weekend. I did find time to put together this illustration of the urban tower model as seen in the past few posts. The urban model lends itself...
Frosted Glass (Video)

Frosted Glass (Video)

  I have been using this technique to create frosted glass for as long as I can remember. The workflow is incredibly simple. Most rendering programs can generate frosted glass, but the setup can often be tricky. In the case of Kerkythea, these settings dramatically...
Exploded Axon

Exploded Axon

        I have always been intrigued by exploded axonometric illustrations. They add a kinetic aspect to what is typically very stagnate fixed objects. Even more though, I like how a successful exploded axon depends on a clear understanding of all the elements of a...
Sketches: Part 2 Extended

Sketches: Part 2 Extended

  I wanted to go into more depth about how I created the sketch look. Images like these depend almost entirely on the textures you use. I spend a lot of my time scavenging images online as well as creating my own to get the exact style that I am looking for. Along...