Basic techniques lines and letters, shapes, solids, axonometric views, coursework TS1 Building sketch, isometric views, course work TS2 Object Sketch, Perspective, Course Work TS3 Building interior perspective sketch, joint detail labelled sketch, joint detail example, sketch presentation sheets. Practice and experiment with the techniques described in the following pages by copying some of the examples from the sketch sheets. Do not use a ruler or set square, except for lettering exercises, and do not tape your paper ‘permanently’ to your desk - being able to rotate the sheet is sometimes useful. If you use thin paper (for example 80 g/m2 copier or printer paper) use a second piece underneath for cushioning on top of the hard desk surface. Lightly mark points at each end of the intended line. Move your pencil between the points a couple of times, with the pencil point just clear of the paper, to ‘teach it the route’. Construct shapes using lines. Most of your lines will be guidelines so draw them to be either nearly invisible or easily removable. A square approximates to a diamond when viewed at an angle. Draw a circular bar by constructing ellipses on the ends of an enclosing square prism. An axonometric view can be built up from a true plan and elevations as shown in the example below.
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