In this section you will begin to use gray and color markers to render parts of your sketches for a more dynamic overall look. Markers add visual interest and information to your drawings and should be used as a method to stimulate your viewer. In some case markers can be used to offer warm or cool visual interpretations to your designs. Color markers must be used with care since the use of strong color might lead a client to believe that the colors used in the sketch or drawing are the REAL colors of the object your drawing.
Cool gray marker enhancement of a simple bottle sketch goes long way to improve the sketch and the modeling in 3D space!
Warm gray marker values add lots of interest to these fashion sketches - with a little added selected color accents.
Before beginning this lesson, you should know or be able to do the following.
Begin to use markers to add color and form to your sketches and renderings in a RAPID VIZ method,
In this lesson, you will do the following:
Professional sketches using values in marker studies
Disney character sheets done for size and style comparison using markers and inks
Quick and fun use of warm markers with a bit of color to push accents!
These are the assignments for this lesson:
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