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Chapter Pages I TYPES OF PROJECTION DRAWINGS
PART ONE Orthographic and Oblique Drawing 2 MULTIVIEW ORTHOGRAPHIC DRAWING 413
CHARACTERISTICS AND USES OF AXONOMETRIC AND OBLIQUE DRAWING 1415
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angle architectural areas auxiliary drawings axes building circle cone construction lines conventional direction corner cornice curved diagonals dimetric drawing direct projection method direction of light distance draftsman edge ellipse equal exploded drawing finding the shadows front elevation front view ground line height horizontal lines illustrated in Fig intersection isometric drawing isometric projection laid light rays line A-B lines are drawn lines parallel lines perpendicular measuring points meet the picture miter points multi-view drawings object oblique drawing one-point perspective parallel lines perspective drawing perspective plan method perspective position pictorial drawing picture plane plane of shadow projectors receding lines receiving the shadow rhombus roof scale shade line shades and shadows shadow falls shadow-casting shown in Fig shows side elevation side view slanting square station point surfaces of revolution T-square tangent three-point perspective triangle two-point perspective typical planes vanishing point vertical lines wall horizons wall planes wall surfaces width