Furniture Instruction Manuals

Leanne Kroll has created numerous manuals for a high-end furniture client that requires technical line drawings to show their customers how to put together various office products such as tables and chairs. The typical instruction manual for product installations requires list of hardware or tools, as well as the parts included in the packaging. The […]

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Peaking into a Cutaway Illustration

This summer seemed to be the summer of cutaway illustrations!  Yes, it might sound a little drab, but to someone who loves technical details, this latest project had it all.  The four cutaway illustrations featured product inside of a residential house, a hospital, an office building and a school. This house showcased 26 items in […]

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Home Ec Class Pays Off

Wow, am I glad that I learned to sew in high school Home Ec class!  Although I don’t own a sewing machine, nor have I used one since, it’s funny how we don’t forget the fundamentals.  I remember sewing a stuffed animal in Grade 10 Home Ec class. And years later, it has paid off! […]

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Underground Pipe Cleaning Illustration

I recently had the pleasure to work on this challenging illustration featuring complex processes in underground pipeline cleaning.  To create an illustration such as this with only a final static visual is a challenge to even the best Technical Illustrators. Showing the complex details while keeping the overall illustration showing a simple flow is what […]

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