I enjoyed checking out your blog today and I will be back to check it more in the future so please keep up your good quality work. I love the colors that you chose, you are quite talented!
inspired with your work.. went to newcastle uni last week and found your exhibition print in the studio. cheers from malaysia
hi Warren,congratulations in winning the AIA medal, I attended the ceremony as well and i was amazed with your work.I was just wondering if you could share on how did you work on the graphics?are they photoshopped? are the plans cadded+photoshop? I would love to tryout graphics like this in my graduation studio as well.congrats again! ta!Felix
Hey Felix,Yeah the images were done using cad for the 2d, a combination of hand rendering and 3d cad for shading, and then layering and blending lots of techniques in photoshop and illustrator. I used layers of hatching and the dodge burn tool to build up the depth of shadows.Good luck with your graduation studioWH
Hi Warren,I have just come across your blog and its pretty amazing! I know I'm a little late with the times. I was just wondering if i could ask some questions regarding the final illustration you have in your exhibition prints. How do you put something like that together? where does the inspiration come from and what are the ideas behind it? I ask because i am an Architecture student and am extremely fascinated with this style of media, but unfortunately not skilled enough to produce such amazing art. CheersLuca
The inspiration comes from people like Douglas Darden, Brodsky and Utkin, Shaun Tan, Ledoux, Boullee, Piranesi and their work that is mostly political. Now more then ever, being a university student you have the capacity to challenge and upset the status quo. We have the ability to produce powerful thought provoking work and we should use those skills to represent and present our ideas.