Gabrielle Kesign Design Consulting
Traditional and Computer Aided Design and Graphics
Los Angeles, California, USA, Terra, Solar System Sol, Milky Way Galaxy, Local Group, Virgo Super Cluster, Local Universe

Traditional Watercolor, Pencil, and Marker Rendering

While I began using AutoCAD© for computer rendering in 1993, I learned traditional watercolor, Pencil, and marker rendering 30 years ago.

Because many renderings are on large pieces of paper and not as flexible as digital computer data, it will take time to reduce these traditional renderings to digital data for the web. Come back in a few weeks.

Note: These drawings are presented here for portfolio purposes only. These drawings are not available for sale or to be given away in hard copy or digitally in any scale. I will be happy to show hard-copy during a legitimate job interview for Set Designer.
Design House, 2004
Design House, 2004. Marker and pencil rendering. 2004.

Suzanne Furst Interiors. Marker and Prismacolor rendering. 2003.
Living Room
Marker rendering of living room set for a contemporary house. 1993.
Living Room
Marker rendering of living room set for a contemporary house. 1993.
Water color rendering of theme park building. 1988
Pastel rendering. 1976.
Living Room Living Room
Prismacolor rendering of living room. 1995.

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