“Color Drawing: Design Drawing Skills and Techniques for Architects, Landscape Architects, and Interior Designers” by Michael E. Doyle

“Color Drawing: Design Drawing Skills and Techniques for Architects, Landscape Architects, and Interior Designers” by Michael E. Doyle 
Second Edition 
John Wiley & Sons | 1999 | ISBN: 0471292451 9780471292456 9780585301396 | 360 pages | html | 25 MB
This work in an unprecedented way, moving easily between hand drawing and computer as they pursue design ideas. The book is the ultimate resource for professionals and students who need to develop and communicate design ideas with clear, attractive, impressive color drawings. 

This comprehensive guide presents a total system of color design drawing that encompasses approaches to sketch communication as well as more finishttp://avaxho.me/assets/StEditor/skins/default/icons/bold-1c73756a74b727fd89f550ef5aeea78a.gifhed presentation drawing. 

This book covers the basics of color phenomena, media, techniques, and approaches to illustrating materials necessary to communicate design ideas. It contains a new section on color and design principles for creating more sophisticated presentation drawings and offers innovative ideas for the reproduction and distribution of finished drawings. 
This volume is both an illuminating textbook and a completely reliable self-teaching tool, as well as a handy quick reference. 
It is an excellent guide for students at any level and an unparalleled resource for design professionals.

Main features:
• A complete body of illustrated instruction that demonstrates the development of design ideas from initial concept through presentation drawing
• Finely honed explanations of each technique and process
• Faster and easier ways to create design drawings
• Methods for combining hand-drawn and computer-generated drawing techniques

Part I Color Drawing for Communication 
Initial Considerations 
Phenomena of Color and Light 
The Dimensions of Color 
Media and Paper 
Ways to Apply Color Media 
Impressions of Materials 
Creating the Effects of Light 
The Retrocolor Technique 
Toned Backgrounds 
Elements, Materials, and Finishes 
Interior Materials
Space-Defining Planes
Furnishing and Fixtures 
Exterior Materials
Ground Plane Materials
Wall Plane Materials and Windows
The Overhead Plane: Roofs and Skies
Scale Elements: Figures and Automobiles
Drawing Figures in Color 
Part II Color Drawing for Presentation 
Color and Composition in Illustration 
How Colors Relate to One Another: The Contrast of Colors 
Color Contrast and Image Composition 
Approaches to Creating Color Design Drawings 
The First Consideration: Make the Line Drawing 
The Second Consideration: Create a Value Strategy 
The Third Consideration: The Transfer 
The Fourth Consideration: Paper and Color 
Additional Layers of Information 
Revisions and Repairs 
Presentation and Distribution of Color Design Drawings 
Distribution of Color Design Drawings: The Sketchpack 
Design Credits 


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