There is nothing better than a nice model pic. However, I didn’t always use proper lighting or a good camera when I first started to document my stuff. This study model is a good example of something that I was never expecting to use in my portfolio. The model in the pic was constantly being altered during the design process. It was used to explore form and no thought went into the cleanliness of the construction. Little did I know that it was going to be front and center of the first page of the first project in my portfolio. This video will describe the steps I used to prepare the image for the portfolio page
The images below summarize the steps used to go from the initial photograph to the final image as described in the video above.
The initial Picture
Final edited image
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U R GREAT in Your work.
Best Regards from poland!
Interesting and helpful! Do blog often. As a fellow architecture student, you are inspirational for me. I love all your posts. 🙂
This looks really smooth, Alex. Thanks once again.
Your blog is awesome.
Any plans for more post-production tuts (photoshop)? A couple of modeling tuts in sketchup would be nice too. I mean, sketchup is a fairly simple software, but you seam to be able to model not so simple geometry with it. I would be really nice to see a couple of tuts, perhaps covering your usual workflow. Think about it.
Saludos from Spain.
Great stuff Alex, thanks for sharing. Could you please make a tutorial showing some scanned-sketch post editing for portfolios and presentation boards? Thanks again!
what technique do you use to accomplish the wave form with the paper?
Hot glue, card stock paper, and a coffee at 12:00 midnight.
THANKS A LOT ALEX
Great work, these tutorials have been a great help as
im not that good at portfolios and uni has been no
help at teaching.
Appreciate it and all the best!
You are so helpful. Thank you for saving my career as an Architecture Student. Your blog is so relevant and not filled with stuff that I don’t need to know.