MSP 005 : Illustrative Rendering with Jeremy Kay


Jeremy Kay is an incredible architectural illustrator. His work has been featured on and His design tool of choice?


ubanplazaIn this podcast episode, I talk to him about his workflow, and share some tips on how you can create beautiful renderings using Sketchup and Photoshop.

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In this Episode

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Jeremy’s unique perspective on design is breathtaking, and Sketchup allows him to quickly express his ideas without getting in the way.

If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to create vibrant illustrations using Sketchup, you’ll learn a few tips in this episode that you can immediately use in your next project.

In this episode you’ll learn about

  • The concept of illustrative design
  • How to use Sketchup to compose your 2D illustration
  • Using multiple exported images from Sketchup in the same render
  • Insert detailed vegetation, clouds, and people using Photoshop brushes
  • How Jeremy learned and developed his techniques

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About Matt Donley

Sketchup user since 2007, I launched MasterSketchup as a way to help other people learn this fun program. My goal is to create easy to follow tutorials that help make 3D modeling more accessible to anyone interested in learning. You'll find many of my videos and tutorials featured on the official Sketchup Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ pages.


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One Response to MSP 005 : Illustrative Rendering with Jeremy Kay

  1. Jay says:

    Great podcast interview. Thanks for taking the time to put it together.

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