My First Fully Rendered Perspective

Hi Loves. This term, there hasn't been too much school work to share on the ol blog because most of it has been detailing and/or technical work, which doesn't make for the most exciting post.
But last night, I finished my first fully rendered perspective drawing!
I'm actually really proud of the way it turned out:

Basically for this assignment, I had to take these 2-D plan and elevation views:
and turn them into an accurately spaces and proportioned 2-pt. perspective drawing (a bit of complicated process!), and then render it using the different techniques we've been learning, such as natural lighting, artificial lighting, wood grain, shadows and tile!

Hope you enjoy this little peek into my Interior Design School life!


Beth of designPOST Interiors said...[Reply]

That looks like it took a lot of time and concentration- great job!

Anonymous said...[Reply]

Your wood looks fabulous! and you're lighting looks great too... I can't believe this is your first one... I should send you my first ha!! It SUCKED!!! So glad you're doing so well, my friend! xoxo

Elizabeth @ The Little Black Door said...[Reply]

Wow, what a great job!!!

Our French Inspired Home said...[Reply]

Keep up the good work! -Tonya

srldesign said...[Reply]

Awesome job Tiffany! The colors you used are just gorgeous, I'm loving those blue drapes :)

Kristen said...[Reply]

WOW wow WOW. I don't think I would ever be able to do this! It looks amazing!

Anonymous said...[Reply]

Stunning! You're work is always so beautiful Tiffany :)

Kim@Chattafabulous said...[Reply]

They are beautiful Tiffany! Show them off proudly!

Jenn from A Pop of Style said...[Reply]

wow, so cool!


A Pop of Style

Amber B (Simple Dwellings) said...[Reply]

Wow- that's amazing! Great job! Those drawings really make you feel like you are in the space. Well done! :)

jackie jade said...[Reply]

looks amazing! fabulous work - you should be so proud!

Unknown said...[Reply]

Great drawing!!! Is it Jen Ramos' painting on the wall? :) xx

Danie at Pasadya said...[Reply]

Oooh, fantastic job! Rendering was always hard for me, enough though art is my first love. Maybe it's because I never got used to those markers? Anyway, your shade and shadow is right on!! A+!

I was going to ask the same thing Monika did. :)