This course deals with the design of outdoor space with regard to specific themes.
We are required to produce sketch designs on 4 themes - this week it's SUDS - on a project site in London. For my site I chose Bernie Spain Gardens on London's South Bank.
Here I applied a SUDS system to the current park.
The presentation was delivered to the class, in a one minute timed session, without words - for constructive critique.... a la Brian Sewell.
Note - the brief for this project calls for sketches to be done in Sketch-up and then rendered in photoshop. I'm quite keen on this technique...but feel my images are a bit too 'sketch-uppy'.
I could've spent more time on them in photoshop - but I ran out of time.
Some of my trees and plants are re-used from the perspectives I produced for the BA, which were plants and trees I painted in water colour with my own hands!
I just feel they need loosening up a bit.
Here's a sketch I made by tracing over the sketch-up model - and colouring in with pencils.