Design Graphics: Drawing Techniques for Design Professionals

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Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006 - Architecture - 159 pages
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This unique book emphasizes hand-drawing as a design skill, demonstrating this drawing as a mental as well as a physical exercise. Utilizing this book will enable the practitioner to make design decision on paper faster and easier, and will let them know how visual communication with clients can provide better, more economical design solutions.Practical, straightforward, and reader-friendly, this book covers such topics as sketching line, light, texture, and materials; design drawing, including the 5-step bubble flow and conceptual doodles/diagrams; and perspective and rendering techniques, including 1pt. and 2pt. ‘eyeball’ methods, ‘overlay method,’ and entourage.An excellent refresher for professional designers and architects, as well as a primer for those employed in any related field.

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Contents

Pant Vow DESIGN DRAWING
47
Pant 76nee DRAWING PROCESS
81
TwoPoint Eyeball
101
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