Color Drawing: Design Drawing Skills and Techniques for by Michael E. Doyle

By Michael E. Doyle

The 3rd version of Michael Doyle's vintage colour Drawing is still the last word updated source for execs and scholars who have to advance and speak layout rules with transparent, beautiful, striking colour drawings.

Update with over a hundred pages, this 3rd version comprises a completely new part all for cutting-edge electronic suggestions to vastly improve the sophistication of presentation drawings, and gives new and cutting edge principles for the replica and distribution of complete drawings. colour Drawing, 3rd version Features:

A entire physique of illustrated directions demonstrating drawing improvement from preliminary inspiration via ultimate presentation

Finely honed reasons of every strategy and process

Faster and more uncomplicated how you can create layout drawings

Over a hundred new pages demonstrating tools for combining hand-drawn and computer-generated drawing techniques

Step-by-step, easy-to-follow photos will lead you thru electronic innovations to fast and simply increase your presentation drawings.

About the Author
Michael E. Doyle (Boulder, CO), vice chairman and Senior dressmaker at CommArts in Boulder, CO, Architect and previous teacher at collage of Colorado.

Table of Contents-



1. preliminary Considerations.

2. Media and Paper.

3. Technique.

4. parts, fabrics, and Finishes.

5. Scale parts: Figures and Automobiles.


6. colour and Composition in Illustration.

7. ways to making colour layout Drawings.

8. electronic colour Drawing.



Design Credits.


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Each palette is described in incompatible with certain line media. Marker should not be used over color pencil. both alcohol-base and xylene-base in figures 2-3 and 2-4. They are Not only will the pencil smear because of its dissolution by the marker’s solvent, recommended as minimum starting palettes for general color design drawing but the dissolved pencil color will adhere to the marker’s tip, waiting to surprise for architects, interior designers, and landscape architects. These palettes have you with a revised marker color, usually when you least want it.

These washes can range from completely transparent to fully opaque. They can also range in size, covering very small areas or the entire illustration. The illustrations shown in this book use Photoshop in a simple and direct way. Figures 3-7 and 3-8 show the menus, palettes, and selection and editing tools that were used most frequently to create them. Any hand drawing you create, be it a simple line drawing or one with color already applied, may be colored or modified in Photoshop. The drawing must first be scanned to transform the physical image into a digital image.

Qxp:Color Drawing 2 2 44 Media and 9/29/06 12:23 PM Page 44 Paper PAPER The variety of paper types commonly used in the design professions can be successfully used for color design drawings. Each of these papers—even roll tracing paper—can be used to receive images from a black-and-white photocopier. This allows the easy transfer of line drawings from, say, tracing paper to Canson paper for a more finished color drawing. This capability also enables the designer to make more than one copy of a line drawing in case an illustration must be repaired or redone.

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