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This week’s Sketchy Saturday top 10. Welcome to this week’s exciting edition of Sketchy Saturday; this week’s sketches show a great diversity in style with some Sketchy Saturday regulars throwing their hat into the ring for another attempt at top spot. Certainly sketching and free style hand techniques are skills that will always be appreciated, regardless of whether you are a student or professional so let yourself be inspired by this week’s top 10 and submit your own sketch for next week’s edition of Sketchy Saturday. 10. by Yingying Tu, Chinese student of Landscape Architecture

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By Yingying Tu

” The sketch was made on plain A4 paper with marker pens and colour pencils. It is a picture I imagined: A set of parterre plants as a prospect,wooden boardwalks around the central pool. A square on the left and a lawn on the right. There are trees and mountains in the distance.Hard elements stay in harmony with soft and create a brisk atmosphere.” 9. by Monika Magoń,  fourth year student of landscape architecture at the University of Rzeszów, Poland
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By Monika Magoń

“This was made with a pencil technique. The drawing shows the sea coast. Both the technique and subject matter are very close to me.” 8. by Sarayut Chanachai (Bay), freelance landscape architect , Maejo university, Thailand
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By Sarayut Chanachai

“We had only one night to prepare our full package presentation for the client for a new Shopping center design in Chengdu ,China. The concept is about stars and champagne glasses, colors and celebrations, so we made the shading canopy and sculpture in a champagne glass shape with colorful lighting in the SoHo area – I started to make quick sketches. To represent a sense of place we use a sketchy style and variety of colors to make the feeling of movement and fun – material used Black ink pen and Marker” 7. by Steven Page
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By Steven James Page

“This is a conceptual charcoal sketch from the Scottsdale, AZ desert.” 6. by Partizan arif younus, Northern Iraq (Kurdistan)
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By Partizan Arif Younus

“It’s a drawing perspective of a monastery which has been abandoned. Now it’s an architectural faculty of GAU (university) and we are restoring the place and so now we have a design studio project over there. The drawing’s name is “revitalization” I’m trying to bring life again into the monastery by catching those dead souls in the sky by that iron feature which has been there for a long time.” 5. by Juliana Lalaj, architecture student, Coventry University, United Kingdom
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By Juliana Lalaj

“As a final year, we have to choose a topic and write our dissertation about it. This is one of the buildings I have to analyse, so I made sketches to illustrate my dissertation. The building is the National Art Gallery of Albania. I have used pencils (2B-2H depending on the shadows), sitting in front of the building for some hours.” 4. by Jesus Palafox Garcia, Architect, Mexico “The monumental architecture is exciting, I worked many years in monument restoration. When the time allows I’m drawing. This drawing, is the Cathedral of the City of Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico. Technique: Pencil and watercolor on paper.” Related Articles:

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By Jesus Palafox Garcia

3. by Amaury Martins Neto, landscape architect , agronomist engineer , São Paulo – Brasil
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By Amaury Martins Neto

“I think the visualization process is as important as the design itself. With that in mind I made this sketch to illustrate for my clients how the facade will look like when the garden gets concluded. It is a hand drawing and colored with copic markers and I did some final adjustments on photoshop.” 2. by Steven James Page, background as a golf course design consultant, Phoenix, AZ, USA
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By Steven James Page

“The sketch is a perspective watercolor using a Faber-Castell PITT artist pen, Derwent watercolor pencils, Winsor & Newton brushes (3/4 inch flat, number 12 round, number 4 round, and mop brush), on Strathmore 400 series 11×15 inch 140lb paper. It was inspired by a photograph my mother took recently while traveling in the UK and is a gift for her.” 1. by Fred M Tabajonda, Landscape Designer, Philippines
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By Fred M Tabajonda

“This sketch was done in pen and ink and washed with watercolour, This was conceived in an oriental design for a casual dining far east restaurant showing gazebos for sitting and wooden bridge over the lily pond.” – That’s this week’s Sketchy Saturday Top 10, congratulations to all of you who featured, you have came out on top of a very talented bunch of people. Check out the Sketchy Saturday official Facebook album and see literally 1,000′s of incredible sketches! Follow all the winning entries on our dedicated Sketchy Saturday Pinterest page. If you want to take part send your entries into us at office@landarchs.com Recommended reading:

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