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Another video on drawing landscape is here!
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One of the recent videos from the Linescapes project I started. I am interest in your opinions on it!…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Gasper Habjanic Sep 18, 2013.

Drawing Landscape Architecture
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Here's a video from a channel I started on drawing Landscape Architecture. Would appreciate your comments an opinions!…Continue

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Hand Drawing Tutorial: Analytical Drawing II

Once again, this week's Linescapes covers analytical drawing. As I emphasized many times before, drawing can be a great tool for analysis. I use it most frequently to record my thoughts when looking at a landscape. It also helps me analyze its shapes and patterns.When analyzing a landscape, all kinds of…See More
Aug 11, 2014
A blog post by Gasper Habjanic was featured

Hand Drawing Tutorial: How to Draw Mountains

In this week's tutorial we'll look at how to draw mountains. Their interesting rock formations make mountains one of my favorite landscape types to draw. I also find their shapes and patterns a great source of inspiration for design.I usually start the process by drawing the shapes of the peaks. At the same time I also start…See More
Jul 28, 2014
Gasper Habjanic commented on Gasper Habjanic's blog post 'Hand Drawing Tutorial: Analytical Drawing - Urban Scenes'
"Gladly!"
Jul 24, 2014
lorraine lee commented on Gasper Habjanic's blog post 'Hand Drawing Tutorial: Analytical Drawing - Urban Scenes'
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Jul 23, 2014
A blog post by Gasper Habjanic was featured

Hand Drawing Tutorial: Analytical Drawing - Urban Scenes

As I always like to say: drawing is a tool for analysis, observing and thinking. That's why a drawing can be much more than merely a recording of a view. It represents our thoughts and ideas at the certain time associated with a certain object or place.Field sketching and drawing is great for landscape architects, since it helps…See More
Jul 21, 2014
alice niu commented on Gasper Habjanic's blog post 'Hand Drawing Tutorial: How to Draw Faster'
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Jul 16, 2014
A blog post by Gasper Habjanic was featured

Hand Drawing Tutorial: One Point Perspective

Today, we're going to look at drawing in perspective. Mastering basic perspective is crucial for drawing outdoor environments, where we almost always experience depth of space.Perspective drawings are usually used for presentational drawings, but they're useful for fast sketches as well. And even if we don't construct an exact…See More
Jul 14, 2014
A blog post by Gasper Habjanic was featured

Hand Drawing Tutorial: Drawing Architecture

Drawing landscape and drawing architecture can be two quite different things. This week, we'll look at drawing architecture and why it's also important for landscape architects. Despite being landscape architects, we usually find it much easier to draw a building or an urban environment rather than a landscape. The reason for…See More
Jul 7, 2014
A blog post by Gasper Habjanic was featured

Hand Drawing Tutorial: How to Draw Faster

This week we'll look at some techniques that can help you draw faster. But first, let's ask ourselves why do we want to draw faster?In ideal circumstances, we can take as much time as we need to complete a really detailed drawing. On many occasions, however, we don't have enough time to draw and it's important to be able to…See More
Jun 30, 2014
J. Robert Wainner left a comment for Gasper Habjanic
"Hi Gasper; Thank you for you kind note, that I just read.  Again, I'm extremely impressed with your "hand sketching" skills and the fact that you are doing such a great service to our profession.....by teaching other LAs how to…"
Jun 27, 2014
A blog post by Gasper Habjanic was featured

Hand Drawing Tutorial: Analytical Section Drawing

Drawing can be a powerful tool for analyzing an object. We draw what we perceive and not what is actually there. Therefore our drawing always contains our thoughts, knowledge and ideas.Today I will talk about a useful way of drawing for recording and analyzing landscapes. It's called analytical section drawing. It is similar to…See More
Jun 23, 2014
A blog post by Gasper Habjanic was featured

Hand Drawing Tutorial: Drawing With Watercolors

Color in landscape architectural drawing is a tool for emphasizing important elements of the image, structuring or improving understanding. An architectural drawing does not try to catch the actual natural colors or the atmosphere the way a painting does, but uses color rather in an abstract way.There are different techniques to…See More
Jun 16, 2014
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Hand Drawing Tutorial: How to Draw Tree Groups

Monday is here and it's time for another Hand Drawing Tutorial! This time, we'll look at drawing tree groups.When drawing groups of trees, it's important to understand the level of detail you want to apply to a such a drawing. That depends on the distance of the trees from the viewer. We perceive the trees up close as single…See More
Jun 9, 2014
A blog post by Gasper Habjanic was featured

Hand Drawing Tutorial: How to Create Depth in a Drawing

Drawing is a great tool for recording and analyzing spaces. Sometimes such a drawing also needs to capture the depth of space. I'm going to show you some tricks that will help you achieve this in a drawing.As usual, I begin the drawing with an outline of all the elements in the image. In a many layered drawing like this, it is important to distinguish between front and back…See More
Jun 2, 2014
J. Robert Wainner left a comment for Gasper Habjanic
"Hello Gasper; It's extremely refreshing to see young aspiring Landscape Architects (like you) who truly "understand" the importance of "hand drawing" in our profession!  Hand drawing skills have always been something I…"
May 27, 2014
A blog post by Gasper Habjanic was featured

Hand Drawing Tutorial: The Importance of Drawing

Have you ever asked yourself why is it important to draw? We've all learned how to draw in school, but with the rise of digital media, we seldom need to use drawing as a tool later in the career. In this video I will talk about the importance of drawing for landscape architects and designers.I distinguish between three types of architectural drawing: sketching of our environment, design…See More
May 26, 2014

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Hand Drawing Tutorial: Analytical Drawing II

Once again, this week's Linescapes covers analytical drawing. As I emphasized many times before, drawing can be a great tool for analysis. I use it most frequently to record my thoughts when looking at a landscape. It also helps me analyze its shapes and patterns.

When analyzing a…

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Posted on August 11, 2014 at 8:11am

Hand Drawing Tutorial: How to Draw Mountains

In this week's tutorial we'll look at how to draw mountains. Their interesting rock formations make mountains one of my favorite landscape types to draw. I also find their shapes and patterns a great source of inspiration for design.

I usually start the process by drawing the shapes of the peaks. At the…

Continue

Posted on July 28, 2014 at 8:00am

Hand Drawing Tutorial: Analytical Drawing - Urban Scenes

As I always like to say: drawing is a tool for analysis, observing and thinking. That's why a drawing can be much more than merely a recording of a view. It represents our thoughts and ideas at the certain time associated with a certain object or place.

Field sketching and drawing is great for landscape…

Continue

Posted on July 21, 2014 at 8:00am — 2 Comments

Hand Drawing Tutorial: One Point Perspective

Today, we're going to look at drawing in perspective. Mastering basic perspective is crucial for drawing outdoor environments, where we almost always experience depth of space.

Perspective drawings are usually used for presentational drawings, but they're useful for fast sketches as well. And even if we…

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Posted on July 14, 2014 at 8:00am

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At 9:32pm on June 27, 2014, J. Robert Wainner said…

Hi Gasper;

Thank you for you kind note, that I just read.  Again, I'm extremely impressed with your "hand sketching" skills and the fact that you are doing such a great service to our profession.....by teaching other LAs how to sketch well.  I believe "hand sketching" always has been and always will be...one of every Landscape Architect's most useful tools/skills. 

I have even come to learn over the years, that some of the BEST Hollywood movies...like the recent Tom Cruise movie "Oblivion", had a team of very talented "Graphic Designers" who produced 100's of hand sketches of the space ship, the Towers, drones...most every aspect of the movie...THEN, the designers took those sketches and created the "computer generated images" that we watched on the big screen.  The power of "hand sketching" is in many "creative" professions around the World.

Gasper, I wish you the VERY BEST with your LA design career.  Please keep in touch.  I'd be very interested to know how you're doing from time to time. 

Best Regards,

J. Robert (Bob) Wainner

At 5:54pm on May 27, 2014, J. Robert Wainner said…

Hello Gasper;

It's extremely refreshing to see young aspiring Landscape Architects (like you) who truly "understand" the importance of "hand drawing" in our profession!  Hand drawing skills have always been something I have enjoyed and relied upon throughout my LA design career (and now, retired after 28+ years).  My love for sketching & hand drawing began when I was 12 yrs. old and has never ended. 

Your sketches and videos are outstanding!  Keep up the GREAT work.  I wish you the BEST with your design career!

Kind Regards,

J. Robert (Bob) Wainner

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hey man! hows it going??
 
 
 

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