Presentation on theme: "Perspective & Quick Sketch Methods"— Presentation transcript:
1Perspective & Quick Sketch Methods Student SamplesPerspective DrawingQuick SketchingStudents used floorplans and elevations from a previous drafting project to generate a hardline perspective drawing of the interior space.The students then studied various modifications to one elevation of the interior and added architectural and interior components.Using an overlay method, students explored various ways of accessorizing the space and created a composite hardline perspective.This hardline drawing was used as a foundation for exploring and developing quick sketch techniques.In a timed drawing experience, students were instructed to overlay and sketch the entire contents of their hardline perspective drawing in five minutes.The timed drawing experience was repeated to give students more familiarity with the look and “feel” of quick sketching, ingraining the technique into muscle memory.Further quick sketch studies were done using the overlay method and developing pure tone drawings, using line & texture or marker only.The studies led to final composite sketches using marker and felt-tip to create line, tone, and texture.
2Above: Hardline interior perspective of interior Above: Hardline interior perspective of interior. Right: Architectural and interior components added.Above: Accessories were explored using overlays. Right: Composite hardline sketch created.
3Perspective & Quick Sketch Methods Timed SketchesDMT 253 Fall 2000Perspective & Quick Sketch MethodsStudents overlayed the hardline perspectives and were instructed to sketch the interior and entourage in 5 minutes.Repeating the process, students were prompted to improve on the previous sketch within the same time frame.Students also prompted to refine the details and create a sense of value and texture.
41Above left: Creating pure tone drawing using only line and texture2Above right: Creating pure tone drawing using only marker, then adding some line and texture in overlay3Right: Combining line, tone, texture overlays for effect.Tone / Texture Studies