One of two books seeking to establish design drawing as a different approach to drawing in which the designer relies more on perceptions, experiences and purpose in developing concepts. Hundreds of illustrations, color overlays, and other techniques make the complex ideas easily understood.
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DRAWINGS RELATIONSHIP TO THE DESIGN PROCESS
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additional interest analogy angle Architectural Arthur Koestler begin building built environment cast cess clients concept congruence converging Copyright creativity cube design drawing design process design space design students designer's diagonals diagrams direction drawing ability drawing techniques Edward de Bono environmental design evaluated experience eyelevel line eyelevel VL figures graphic ground plane hierarchy human ideas ings interior involved Johnny Hart Karl Popper kinesthetic learn to draw Leslie Martin light line drawing look ment mind objects pattern perceive perception perspective framework perspective methods potential reflections relation represent representational rience ronment sections and elevations sets of parallel shade shadow shadow falls shadow-casting relationships skill solution spatial edges spatial interest spective stitches structure Synectics synthesis textural interest tion tive tonal interest tone drawings traditional trees understanding vanishing point various verbal vertical plane vertical VL viewer visual visual perception Visual Thinking zipper