Semester V | Venue Illustrations
Historic museums, exotic castles, nostalgic homes — our clients put a lot of thought into the venue of their event. Dreamy venue illustrations are an excellent way to acknowledge their efforts add a personal touch to any project you create.
In this course, we're going to learn to illustrate a venue two ways: the hard way, and the easy way. We'll be learning one and two point perspective and learn how to illustrate a building the old fashioned way: with pencil, paper, ruler and eraser. Although this is the time consuming route, it's always important to know the technique before you learn the shortcut. During the second half of the course, we'll learn to do it the quick and dirty way so you can spend less time illustrating and more time creating.
I'm all about working as efficiently as possible and getting work done as quickly as possible while still maintaining the integrity of the work. Sometimes, this means creating and accepting shortcuts. I have zero shame in utilizing these shortcuts, but the best way to learn a shortcut is to make sure you understand the long way first.