Computer images give a formal impression of the appearance of your
planned project. This will not, however, put the development in
context and is rarely good enough to excite prospective buyers or
support planning applications.
Robert's artist impressions are realistic, detailed and have a high
level of accuracy. They have been used:
support concepts for funding
drawings when submitting for planning permission
help a conservation officer visualise
brief a village on a proposed development
frame and hang in the boardroom or give to the customer
artist impressions come in two stages, firstly as an outline pencil
sketch and then once approved, work begins to detail the drawing
and add the sepia tinting. Full 'colour on pencil' is also available
as is the classic 'pen and colour' that we are known for.
select the style to meet thier need. For planning or conservation
officers we recommend a sepia tinted drawing, whilst for both planning
and promotion we recommend full colour tinting. If the client wants
total flexibility and a beautiful picture to frame at the end then
the pen and colour would be a worthwhile investment.
drawings and photographs can be provided, a site visit will be required
and a reasonable flat fee will be agreed for this prior to commitment.
Guide (By Complexity)
(Without Mount or Frame).
||'Pen and Colour'
- 18 ins width
- 21 ins width
- 24 ins width
All sizes without mount or frame.
The price will vary with the complexity of subject, within the range
A stage payment of 30% is required at outline pencil stage.