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February 16th, 2008 #1
I was thinking about this thing the other day when i was looking through "Concept Design 2" by Design Studio, Mark Goerner has a double page about an architectural design placed in the hillside at california. Its not part of a competition or work for a client that wants to build this building so its concept art.. But what if a client wants to build something. Is your work then still conceptual art? Cause basicly your sketches and final images are all based on a concept you had. But it seems like no people here post architect works unless they are related to games or movie designs. Not sure if i managed to get my question down in a understandable way..
The reason i dont post any of it is that i feel my architect works are not so "sci-fi/fantasy"
I know that there are several people on this forum that are architects and architect students (includes me on the last one) so i was just wondering about this.
Hide this ad by registering as a memberFebruary 16th, 2008 #2
post what you want to post, i don't think anybody is gonna tell you not to show architectural sketches if you want to.
if they are plan and section sketches only you might not get too many comments on them. but so what?
i think a lot of people would appreciate good perspective drawings or to see other ways of showing depth etc. .
check the Tensai Tokyo Sketch Thread (Sketchbook)
check the Tensai Cityscapes Thread (Finally Finished)
Originally Posted by strych9ine