Visual Communication takes many forms and involves many diverse elements. Here are just some of the things you can accomplish with visual communication:
- Charts and graphs to summarize data and relationships
- Schematics and diagrams to convey assemblies and processes
- Perspectives, cutaways, and x-ray views to show the relative details of complex mechanisms
- Renderings of prototypes or design ideas to express something new without the investment of model building or the need to interpret engineering concepts to non-engineers.
When it comes to providing a unique perspective of something, illustrations can be the answer. Digital picks up where CAD software leaves off by introducing a more tactile impression. It can bring life to pieces, parts, environments, and details that you aren't able to convey in words.
This portfolio represents a wide range of complexity and technique, and in each description you can see how the process varies with each unique challenge. Delivering an illustration that will be as effective as possible means choosing the best design as well as the best technology.
Please contact bevelwise with your next illustration challenge!
“The commonality between science and art is in trying to see profoundly - to develop strategies of seeing and showing.”
— Edward Tefte, The Visual Display of Quantitative Information