Imagining the future potential of a space and what it will look like after an upgrade is something most people struggle with. It’s why designers are hired and it is why drawing skills are really important. I have used a number of techniques from drawing over images, Axonometric drawings, mood boards, Sketch-up, and free hand sketches..but I haven’t exactly done the photoshop makeover, have you? I have seen others do it with odd ball software products that they bought at the hardware store, but have never thought the results were interesting. But Angela over at Cottage Magpie took this technique to a new level and has inspired me to take another look at this option as a possible tool.
Pretty good I think. I am intrigued by how she make the plants in the bed on the left look layered. And making everything have the right perspective must have been a struggle. Do you use any tools to create this type of rendering? What are they, and what do you think of them?
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