Drawing Shortcuts - Traditional Coloring Tools (RV-10373)
A black-and-white drawing is often all you need to communicate a design idea, but black-and-white has limitations. Imagine trying to portray autumn foliage on a tree with a black-and-white drawing, or trying to sketch a field of wildflowers in shades of gray! Adding color to your drawings can help you define different materials and objects and also give life to the image. Sometimes you can create a drawing in black-and-white, present the idea, and add color to it at a later time. We’ll use some examples to show you that process and we’ll recommend the tools you can use to achieve your desired results.
Health, Safety and Welfare
Discuss how to apply color to drawings that convey well-built, accessible residential and commercial buildings
Identify the occasions when colored pencils can portray the designer’s goal of safe, attractive, energy-efficient buildings
Define the use of color markers to communicate the designer’s vision of buildings that meet the needs and preferences of its owners and occupants
Describe use of mixed-media drawings that contribute to a project team’s goal to build healthy, affordable homes and facilities
GO HERE TO REGISTER
American Society of Landscape Architects © Copyright 2018 All rights reserved.