freehand

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Clearly, if they cannot communicate because they are unable
to produce understandable sketches and drawings, or
conversely cannot understand formal drawings produced by
others, then they are likely to be a very isolated Engineer with
a precarious future
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Freehand drawing and sketching is an essential tool in
interpreting ideas and visual thinking. Freehand drawing
provides the ability to conceptualise and modify design ideas
from the first idea through to the final presentation.
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Architects communicate both verbally and visually.
Traditionally, architects have always learned to sketch and
paint. Contemporary modes of visual architectural
communication include hand-drawn sketches, paintings and
architectural projections (plans, sections and elevations),
three-dimensional models, as well as computer-generated
projections, renderings, and other graphics. But
freehand
drawing is still one of the most direct and intuitive ways
to
develop and present architectural ideas.
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The human brain can generate ideas and images at a very
fast rate so rapid
freehand drawings allow us to capture
moments of inspiration
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orthogonal
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paraline
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perspective
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