Scars of Life, Macau III » Ian Murphy Drawings

WHO: Ian Murphy Drawings WHAT: Scars of Life, Macau III WHY: I like the use of texture and tone to make the photo interesting. I also like the symmetry which creates a focal point

By Phoebe Atkey

The difficulty of working with pen is that mistakes are not allowed, even on the most challenging of drawings 😣

Nick van Woert (idea of cutting out key architectural features!)

Nick van Woert, Out of Order Vinyl print and plywood 48 x 74 x 1 inches 2010

Ian Murphy Ian Murphy used some tone in certain ares to create depth. In most of Ian Murphy's work he uses a lot of 3D proportions. I would like to try and use these techniques in my work.

WHO: Ian Murphy WHAT: Venetian Canal WHY: I like the use of mark making to add depth to the drawing. I also like the way the piece guides your eye into the vanishing point becasue of the leading lines.

culturaanonima: Chris Kenny | Nonsuch (White Map Circle) 2007 | Construction with map pieces

Designspiration — Chris Kenny - Nonsuch (White Map Circle) :: England & Co


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Ian Murphy Moroccan Doorway drawing

Outbuildings - This graphite and charcoal drawing is quite interesting. It has some fine details in it and as well as textures which can only be created through the roughness and softer hatchings and the obvious light and dark.

Ian Murphy Sketchbook work | AGA Design 2015 Resolution : DRAW MORE

Growth - the building process and Decay- old derelict style buildings

Pinned onto Architectural SketchesBoard in Sketches Category

stages of drawing. capital / chapiter

Scars of Life, Macau I

Ian Murphy openings Still very realistic despite the use of very few dark colours. Lots of shading makes this possible.

Scars of Life, Macau III

WHO: Ian Murphy Drawings WHAT: Scars of Life, Macau III WHY: I like the use of texture and tone to make the photo interesting. I also like the symmetry which creates a focal point

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