How Has The
Over The Years
There have been a lot of advancements that have been
made in the past few years in the way of the different
types of architectural rendering and how they have
changed the world of renderings.
There are still those tried and true methods that are
used in order to get an accurate rendering of a
building. The traditional method of using a pen to
sketch something out is still used today. Some artists
still swear that this method allows for the artist to be
in more detail with the drawing.
Watercolors allow for there to be a lot more life that
is brought into the design. The drawback to this is that
you are not able to get as much depth in the drawing as
with other means. This method is not as popular as it
once was due to the fact that the 3D rendering has made
it almost obsolete.
The world of 3D renderings has revolutionized the way
that renderings are done. There is so much that can be
done when you are using a 3D rendering. There are able
to be more details that are included in the drawing that
allows a person to get a better idea as to what the
artist has in mind.
If you are one of those that refuse to put the colored
pencils down, then you will be surprised to find out
that a lot of the renderings are still done using this
method. There is still a lot of details that are able to
be seen when you use this method for the drawing of a
plan for a business.
When you are considering the different types of
architectural rendering that are used in drawing of a
building, keep in mind the basic concepts that are still
in use today. And embrace the new technology that is
beginning to emerge.
Exterior Rendering When
It Comes To Architecture
People are constantly judging things in life. People
want to know what is better, newer, faster and of course
easier. There is no difference when it comes to
depicting structures. Is interior rendering harder than
exterior rendering? It depends on who is being asked.
There are different elements in each type of rendition
that must be considered. Much more goes into this type
of drawing besides the structure. You must also include
the elements found in and around the structure as well.
If you are having the outside of a structure depicted,
it is normal to depict the natural elements that
surround the structure such as the vegetation. It could
be that an artist has no problem with the technical
aspects of drawing structures but they struggle with the
It also must be mention that when the interior is
depicted unless it is just a blueprint, it must also
contain the interior decorative features. This means
furniture must be depicted or even art that is on the
walls. Either task means that much more skill is needed
than just the technicality of drawing a structure.
Some artist might thrive on one element over another. It
could be that one artist finds trees easy to depict but
is not as good at chairs. To identify which is most
difficult would depend on the artist's strengths.
Both types of renditions must respect the scale of the
structure. It is also true that they must respect the
scale of the surrounding elements. Another added element
is the fact that color schemes must be respected unless
the purpose is to see what a change would look like.
The question of 搃s interior rendering harder than
exterior rendering? is not an objective one. It depends
on the artist. It depends on the structure. It is a
question that can only be answered case by case.
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rivers, at the vast compass of the ocean, at the
circular motion of the stars, and yet they pass by
themselves without wondering."
"Art is not a handicraft, it is the transmission of
feeling the artist has experienced."
"The conclusion of design flows naturally from the data;
we should not shrink from it; we should embrace it and
build on it."
"Let your imagination release your imprisoned
Robert H. Schuller
"Good design begins with honesty, asks tough questions,
comes from collaboration and from trusting your
"Design in art, is a recognition of the relation between
various things, various elements in the creative flux.
You can't invent a design. You recognize it, in the
fourth dimension. That is, with your blood and your
bones, as well as with your eyes."
David Herbert Lawrence
"Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints
his own nature into his pictures."
Henry Ward Beecher
"Beauty is a primeval phenomenon, which itself never
makes its appearance, but the reflection of which is
visible in a thousand different utterances of the
creative mind, and is as various as nature herself."
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
"Without art, the crudeness of reality would make the
George Bernard Shaw
"Great designers seldom make great advertising men,
because they get overcome by the beauty of the picture -
and forget that merchandise must be sold."
James Randolph Adams
temperament sometimes seems a battleground, a dark angel
of destruction and a bright angel of creativity
"The aim of art is to represent not the outward
appearance of things, but their inward significance."