Tuesday, April 08, 2008

in the movies

A few months ago I created some conceptual sketches for a friend of mine, Josh, whose company, MHS Technologies, specializes in custom electronic system integration. At the time MHS was in the beginning stages of the design of a home theater for one of their clients and needed some images to help illustrate their vision.


Yesterday I visited MHS's website and found photographs of the beautiful finished theater. It is so rewarding to see these polished images alongside my rough sketches and witness how the ideas illustrated have come to fruition.

15 comments:

Teresa R said...

How very exciting and cool! It's almost like that Chinese myth of dotting the eyes of the dragon to make it come alive.

They even have the same Gone With the Wind kiss poster that you drew!

Miguel Taborda said...

your drawings are soooooooo welcoming!!!

Anita Davies said...

What a fantastic post, excellent!

Inger C said...

This is so cool Suzanne!

Terry Banderas said...

It is rewarding and I understand how pleased you are. Great job!

Susan's Scribbles said...

That is seriously cool! What fun for you. So glad you shared!

Computerarte said...

...so great to see the project and the photos!
You shoud be very proud
I'am of your achievement:)

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

WOW! Wow. Absolutley love these. The light on the chairs on the bottom of the two drawings is stunning. WOW, Suzanne.

Oh, and what is the film in the top drawing?

Miguel Herranz said...

Wow, Suzanne, you're a fantastic concept artists (actually it was easy to suppose). The way you use markers is really awesome!

suzanne said...

Hi Andrea-

Great question!!! It wasn't a film, but rather the Coach Mike Krzyzewski, the infamous coach of Duke's basketball team (boo!). In North Carolina college basketball is life!

Karen at Pen in Hand said...

Wow, that must be tremendously satisfying, Suzanne. What an excellent project.

Miguel Taborda said...

moooooooooore please!

Addie said...

Suzanne! that is SOOO rewarding! it looks exactly like you rendered it! what a great job!
i love you my friend!!!

janabouc said...

Wow! That is so cool. They really used your designs and made them come to life. Congratulations!

Lost In Wonder said...

Oh, wow, it must be so exciting to see something you drew come to fruition.