W16-CEE-133F-01 : Principles of Freehand Drawing. 2016 Winter
- Type of resource
- Place of creation
- Stanford (Calif.)
- Digital origin
- born digital
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Traditional methods of depicting shape, form, and surface are applied to the discipline of architectural drawing. Students develop abilities to observe visual phenomenon analytically and translate subjects onto a two-dimensional surface in a variety of media. Drawing techniques such as modeling form, shading, rendering materials, and articulating landscaping are explored. Linear perspective exercises provide a foundation for the construction of drawings to illustrate cohesive design proposals. Step-by-step constructions, quick freehand sketches from slides, and on-location studies.
- Finding Aid
- Stanford University Syllabi (SC1454)
- Course ID
- Stanford University. Libraries. Department of Special Collections and University Archives
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- The materials are open for research use and may be used freely for non-commercial purposes with an attribution. For commercial permission requests, please contact the Stanford University Archives (firstname.lastname@example.org).