21 Jun 2022

Architecture Traditional and Digital Art

Architecture drawn in the traditional way by hand in ink and then colored using digital art.

Architect and Artist Meyssam Seddigh has a YouTube channel dedicated to showing how he creates the lighting on these illustrations.

There is a selection of different drawing executions here: Drawings that Seddigh draws and colours. The ones that he has coloured in the past and is now giving a different tint. Finally, drawings that were drawn by another artist, which he then lit up.

Architectural drawings sprinkled with light to make the building look amazing. Have a look below and see what you think.

Ps. I gave some of the images a titles.

For more of Seddigh's work here on DesignStack, press this LINK.
Clock tower and water feature.
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Walking in Istanbul.
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Long shadows during the night.
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Arc de triomphe Paris - Line art by @lera.ryazanceva.
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Natural history museum London - Line art by @lera.ryazanceva.
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Architectural concept design.
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Areal view architectural concept design.
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Turk Street in San Francisco.
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Illuminated cathedral.
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Lights within the tower.
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  1. I really like how the light plays into these drawings.

    1. I know exactly what you mean. The light is used in different ways:
      A realistic way that you would see on a normal building.
      Then there is the highlighting method, which gives it a more abstract artistic look.
      Perfect use of digital art and pairing with hand drawn ink one.
      I hope you have a fantastic Tuesday. 🍃️🌺️🍃️ DS


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