Design Drawing Techniques
An invaluable tool for the architect, artist and graphic designer, `Design Drawing Techniques' shows how each element of an orthographic or perspective drawing can be produced in a variety of ways. Enriched with details culled from the work of successful and well known architects, this book provides a much needed alternative to existing texts.
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Design Drawing Techniques: For Architects, Graphic Designers & Artists
Tom Porter,Sue Goodman
Limited preview - 1992
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