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Message - Re: "Freehand" Models


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Posted by  Peter Bacot on December 04, 1998 at 13:49:30:

In Reply to:  Re: "Freehand" Models posted by gary veasy on December 04, 1998 at 13:32:30:

I think the place for softening may be after the image is created. Perhaps in Photoshop or Painter. Maybe not squggle necessarily, but adding a filter that adds texture can help make a hardline less static. Also you can show less detail and realistic features that take time to include and stilll have a nice image.
I don't think this is cheating because some of the detail required to make a hardline drawing believable is not esssential to the design. It may not all be worked out. Hence in earlier stages a crayon or napkin sketch may be closer to the thinking of the architect ; ) a little fuzzy perhaps?



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