An isometric office, two color variations and a floor plan added to my portfolio
A busy few days experimenting with different techniques for various projects.
The image above is a red/green toned photo edit using a couple of shots from my old archive. My aim was to create a repeatable color change I could apply to a small number of images in a presentation. Although I’ve been using Affinity Photo for years, this was the first time I’d tried something like this.
Created as a header image for a post on LinkedIn, this continues my exploration of isometric themes for my illustrations. Behind this is a small library of furniture elements based loosely on IKEA furniture.
From a portfolio piece. The concept was a real estate pitch for a new build, inspired part by a mansion block nearby, part from past experience in shop and office fit-outs.
I wanted something to fill out a floor plan and give it colour. Stock libraries of vector graphics were a tad dull and inconsistent, so I put pencil to iPad.
End result is I have several housefuls of scale furniture – from clothes on a hanger to laptops, beds and even washing detergent. The collection is still growing.
These have been added to the “Scraps” section of my portfolio.