Monthly Archives: March 2016

Color Rendering of San Jose Railyards Project

Last View of the Four Perspectives for this Downtown San Jose Project!  This 3D visualization in perspective was commissioned by the South Bay architectural firm of Steinberg, a longstanding client of Jeffrey’s illustration business.  The drawing shows Steinberg’s proposed design for … Continue reading

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Bird’s Eye View Color Perspective Rendering of Large Mixed Use Project

This drawing was a HUGE challenge due to the scope and size!  The color rendering below is in color pencil by Jeffrey Michael George,architectural illustrator.  This 3D visualization in perspective was commissioned by a Northern California engineering firm, a long-time client of Jeffrey’s illustration … Continue reading

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Pencil Rendering of Retail Project for Northern California

Fun to do an old-fashioned pencil perspective rendering!  The black and white rendering below is in graphite pencil by Jeffrey Michael George,architectural illustrator.  This 3D visualization in perspective was commissioned by a Northern California architect, a recent client of Jeffrey’s illustration business. Information concerning this … Continue reading

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Watercolor Sketch Of Vacation Lake

The painting below is a watercolor travel sketch I did while on vacation in Mazatlan, Mexico…..It is a lake along the road that we walk each morning….the painting is about 4 x 6, the size of a small postcard….Fun to … Continue reading

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San Jose Railyards Project Proposed by Steinberg, an International Architectural Firm

Now that it’s gone public, I can mention more information about this project!  This 3D visualization in perspective was commissioned by the South Bay architectural firm of Steinberg, a longstanding client of Jeffrey’s illustration business.  The drawing shows Steinberg’s proposed design … Continue reading

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Overall Birds-eye View of San Francisco Bay Area Mixed Use Project

There were actually quite a few changes to this drawing, before and after the color phase.  Changes are tricky, but are possible without ruining the artwork in the process.  The color rendering below is in color pencil and pastel by … Continue reading

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Pencil Rendering of Retail Project for Northern California

Fun to do an old-fashioned pencil perspective rendering!  Old School !  The black and white rendering below is in graphite pencil by Jeffrey Michael George,architectural illustrator.  This 3D visualization in perspective was commissioned by a Northern California architect, a recent client of Jeffrey’s illustration business. … Continue reading

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Watercolor Rendering of San Francisco Area Veterans Center

What I used to call the “Comic Book Technique” because it’s similar to the illustration style of Superman and Batman comic books….That’s not a put-down at all….It’s a fun technique that works well much of the time….The architectural rendering below illustrates … Continue reading

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