As I move into the next design, I am thinking about several different site locations. For the past several projects, I have been working with scenes that contained a lot of context architecture or that were set in urban environments. For this next project, I am switching things up and will be working in a place where the landscape is the focus.  Therefore the architecture will be secondary in most of the new illustrations and will be composed largely around the terrain. I have picked a site on west coast of Iceland that has large steep cliffs rising out of the water. This setup interests me because I have never rendered an extremely rocky terrain and this seems like a good way to practice. Also, the large scale of the terrain and relationship of the water to the architecture high above will introduce opportunities for some unique compositions and framing. Finally, with the architecture being cut into the land, I am hoping to generate some interesting sections and x-ray views. As always, more to come later.