Interior Design Rendering: A Comprehensive Guide

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Learn the art of interior design rendering from "The Admission Insider" Karen Kesteloot. Highly recommended viewing for aspiring interior designers.

Learn the art of interior design rendering from “The Admission Insider” Karen Kesteloot. Highly recommended viewing for aspiring interior designers.

Are you an aspiring interior designer and want to learn the tricks of the trade?

Do you want to boost your chances of getting into an interior design program in college?

If your answer to both questions is a resounding “YES,” then you’re in for a treat!

“The Admission Insider” Karen Kesteloot recorded a Google Hangouts on Air video of her showing to viewers how she does interior design rendering for her clients and explains the techniques she use to get the job done.

She primarily talks about hand drawing and using chalk pastel for interior design, which is a lost art among designers due to the heavy reliance on computer software to create their designs.

Through this video, you will learn the best practices that interior designers in the professional level do and apply it to your work and portfolio.

By doing so, you will be able to increase your chances of impression college professors with your application and increase the likelihood of you getting into design school!

Have you watched the video and applied the techniques Karen mentioned on the pieces of your portfolio?

If so, then we’d love to take a look at what you’ve made thus far! Submit them to our FREE Portfolio Assessment and Karen will conduct a video chat with you and discuss how you can further improve your art portfolio to make the most out of your college application!

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