For this technical illustration, the focus was to incorporate as much detail as possible into the object. I arrange it in such a way that would draw the viewer in. Furthermore, to demonstrate how a person would interact with the object in real life by portraying it from different perspectives.
For my Digital Illustration 2 class, I had to come up with three different technical illustrations. With this illustration, I decided to base my color palette off of the reference photos that I took of the object. In addition, the work itself was represented my own graphic/posterized style.
The main tool that I used when creating this illustration was the pen tool from Adobe Illustrator. First I choose the object that I wanted to portray and took multiple photos of it from different angles. Before working digitally, I made various concept sketches to see which position would represent the object the best. By taking the photographs I then placed them into Adobe illustrator and used the pen tool to outline the car. When each part was completed, all three positions were placed within a 24 in by 16 document which was arranged in a way that shows how the object works.
After releasing this piece out to the public, I noticed a lot of people really appreciated how much detail I put into each part of the car. In addition to how my graphic/posterized style I was using to portray the vehicle. Since completing this project, it has opened my eyes that whether an object is created by hand or digitally, a lot of time and dedication must go into it to receive a great result. One that even might surprise u in the end.