Is it hand drawn, or did someone use a computer to create an image? Which in the above is hand drawn and which is by computer? They were both started out the same on CAD design output for the underlay.
Do you create presentation graphics using standard graphics software such as Adobe Illustrator or Adobe Photoshop? Are you using pencils that require sharpening all the time or using those nice expensive markers that give you that lightheaded feeling and then headache from the fumes? After rendering by hand on CAD linework are you then scanning back in to the computer to edit again or share your creation with others? Are you bad at drawing by hand and need a perfect solution to impress your coworkers and clients? Do you dislike the one direction method and would like to be able to update the CAD DWG file and have the rendered image update with your applied style? If you answered “yes” or even slightly nodded your head to any of these questions, we’ve got a new project in development which might interest you. We gave a sneak peek at Autodesk University, and now you can take a peek in the privacy of your own cubicle, office, or home.
From this in AutoCAD:
To this in the codename "Vespa" product as some of the styles possible or create a hand drawn look:
To beta test the codename Vespa product, sign up at http://myfeedback.autodesk.com. Use the Beta Code "Vespa01B" in your sign up. If you are already a member of the MyFeeback portal, log in and select the User button to edit your profile and change your Beta Code to "Vespa01B". Spread the word to others who might benefit from this new product and wish to participate and provide feedback during pre-release beta testing.