Saturday, August 1, 2009


Here are just a few examples to compare hand renderigs (right) to digital ones (left).

I always had trouble with making the marker renderings too muddy with the grey value markers. This is because of the selective few markers you have to choose from, which is not a problem digitally.


  1. Don't forget that you can scan your hand-drawn images and change the levels and up the saturation as you need to. A hand drawn rendering can even just be the starting point for additional digital marker techniques.

  2. Karman, Thanks for posting things to the Grin3design server, but . . . I need you to just have flattened jpeg images on there, the other formats are just too big and take up too much of our file space.