This is a two-day event which will be run at the following times:
17th September 2020 from 1.00pm - 4.15pm
18th September 2020 from 1.00pm - 4.15pm
Please note that this event will be recorded and will be made available to delegates after the event. For more information on recording and privacy please click here. Once you have booked onto the event an invitation to the Zoom meeting will be sent 24 hours before the meeting commences with instructions on how to log on.
This lecture will take the form of practical demonstrations moving between SketchUp and Photoshop. The primary focus will be on Photoshop and is therefore equally relevant to Vectorworks and other design software, including the digital enhancement of hand drawings. The day will include:
Benefits of using Photoshop, and the interaction between SketchUp and Photoshop, including where and how to start,
Creating a perspective framework to be rendered in Photoshop.
Using Photoshop to enhance photographic images which can then be used to enhance 3D SketchUp models, along with practical suggestions for simplifying and speeding up the 3D modelling process.
Creating basic mp3 recordings of 3D models as a communication tool between both designers and clients.
Rendering surfaces in Photoshop.
Textures, atmosphere and mood in Photoshop, and developing a style
Digital planting - various techniques using Photoshop to create a wide range of visually satisfying planting styles and imagery. This will be the core focus of the day, with plenty of time for questions during the demonstrations.
How to create species specific digital plants and available online library resources.
About the presenter: After over a decade’s experience in designing, building and planting gardens, John has now come to specialise in 3D rendering and the creation of computer-drawn visualisations for landscape architects and garden designers. Years of hands-on experience and a considerable practical knowledge of garden construction, landscaping and planting all contribute to an understanding of the digital visualisation process and of how best to achieve attractive computer graphics for our soft-landscaping work.
Target audience: Anyone interested either in learning, or in better understanding the processes involved in digital rendering using Photoshop as the primary tool.