Archidrawing

Ambient & Architecture Drawings

Multifunctional Center

Posted by archidrawing on February 6, 2011


When i drew this multifunctional center, my first idea was to keep a dominant color as a background, without to respect the realistic details such as blue sky or real trees. I relied on the idea of transformation. So i gave those small thickets a polygonal shape just to make them look unnatural, they are stylized. I only kept the color and some branches to lead you into thinking that those are nature elements. The same principle I have adopted in drawing the trees. Though you cannot see any real tree in this drawing, the branches and the autumn-specific color make you think that they exist. That’s what stylization is about. It represents a specific language to describe a certain element without to offer over-realistic details. When I drew the people, I used the same concept: they do not present details of nose, lips, etc. but I tried to respect the proportions of human body.

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