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Marker Rendering Basics Product Design Sketching Marker Rendering Marker is a medium with great transparency Marker inks are dye-based, bright and vivid in colour Marker renderings should be sharp and crisp Similar Colours

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marker rendering basics

Marker Rendering Basics

Product Design Sketching

marker rendering
Marker Rendering
  • Marker is a medium with great transparency
  • Marker inks are dye-based, bright and vivid in colour
  • Marker renderings should be sharp and crisp
similar colours
Similar Colours
  • Marker strokes fuse together on normal paper and get lighter when dried
  • Marker stroke will not fuse on tracing paper and the same colour appears lighter than on normal paper

On paper

On tracing

complimentary colours
Complimentary Colours
  • Unlike colour pencil, mixing complimentary colours may result in rather awkward result

On paper

On tracing

grey overlay
Grey Overlay
  • Overlaying grey tones on colour strokes can produce good shades
  • Applying light tones over a dark tone on tracing produce a ‘water-wash’ result

On paper

On tracing

basic skills marker solo
Pick 3 marker pens of similar hues but different tones.

With the lightest tone, use diagonal strokes to render the top surface with the highlight zone left blank

With vertical strokes, render the 2 vertical surfaces

With the middle tone colour, overlay a second layer to one of the vertical surfaces using vertical strokes and half of the other surface with diagonal strokes

Add a final layer of vertical strokes using the darker tone

Overlay another layer of diagonal strokes on half of the vertical layer

Add background colour

Use a cooler colour for shadow

Step 8

Step 1

Step 2

Step 3

Step 4

Step 5

Step 6

Step 7

Basic Skills:Marker Solo
mixed media background brush
Apply a quick sweep of strokes on the paper to give the sketch a colour background

Fill the shaded face with bluish shadow tone

Fill the side face with medium grey tone and water-wash the shaded face with the same tone

Overlay a layer of light tone to blend the colours

Add the blue shadow

High-light the top face and edges with colour pencil

Mixed Media:Background Brush
mixed media marker colour pencil
Render the background with a dark color of marker pen

Depict light, shade and shadow of the cube with marker pens

Enhance the rendering with colour pencils

Mixed Media:Marker + Colour Pencil
mixed media pastel rubbing
Rub a layer of powdered pastel colour against the paper to cover the entire cube

Use a middle tone marker pen to render the vertical surface in shade

With a marker pen of lighter tone, render a triangular area on the 2 vertical surfaces

Use a darker tone marker to render the shadow

Rub out pastel pigment along the horizontal edges with an eraser

Give final touch to the drawing with a colour pencil highlighting the edges for a more crispy and definitive outline

Mixed Media:Pastel Rubbing
activity geometrical forms
Apply the marker rendering techniques to draw geometrical form compositions

Use your assignment from lesson 6 as reference

Complete 1 rendering in 10 minutes

2 – 3 drawing per A4 page

Activity - Geometrical Forms