30 Apr 2020

Vivid Colors in Architectural Drawings

Expertly applied colors, to bring out the best in these architectural drawings.
Artist Katerina Brovka is an all-rounder, when it comes to producing high calibre designs.  I see many different skills that come together in her work, to produce a strong image that really impresses.

The first, is choice of building or architectural feature.  This provides the interest factor; if you don't have it, the drawing can be perfectly executed and the response would not be as great as it could be.

The second is color choice, application and blending.  This is what adds the vibrancy to a structure.  If these drawings were a photograph, they would have been taken during a sunny day, when the colors are at their most intense.

The third is precision of execution, from the line-work, proportions of the various aspects of the feature, to the coloring.

When an artist is at the top of their game, the points above, come together to culminate in the drawings you see in this post.  Have a look below and see what you think.

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Ornate Architecture.
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Imposing building entrance.
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Balconies and other Architectural detailing.
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Detailed balcony.
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Casa Batlló Barcellona Spain.
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Japanese Architecture.
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Popular items associated with Japanese culture.
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Yellow building and kayak.
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St. Basil's Cathedral Moscow.
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Cabin at night in the snow.
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Village street.
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Flower shop.
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  1. These are something else! They come right off the paper! They are picture stories that come alive! You could walk right into them! The one of the close up of the windows Casa Batlló Barcellona Spain.and the flower shop want to make me try to peek in those windows to find out what is going on inside! just wonderful!

    1. Lovely way of looking at it.
      Thank you for your wonderful comment. Your words remind me of the scene in the original Mary Poppins; when they step into the drawing. 😃️
      I hope you have a fantastic weekend. Take care. 🌿️🌺️🌿️

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    1. So glad you like them. Thank you for your comment.

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