The correct mindset towards Technical Drawing.
Left brain and right brain.
Right brain thinking is creative and spontaneous, hence artistic and volatile.
Technical drawing graphics.
Technical Drawing Warning!
Spatial, 3d vision
Categories of Technical Drawing
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Exercise One - Prism
Exercise Two - Barrel Vault
Let’s go for two exercises
You’ve got two exercises in the video essay which I want you to go through – these will get you an understanding of technical drawing. They are realistically 0.2% of everything you need in order to know technical drawing and what I cover in my course. You will draw a cube on a spatial diagonal in triple projection and then go for the axonometric drawing.
Sounds good? Let’s get to it!
How to get good at technical drawing.
Triple Projection & Isometric Projection
What to do if you are an extra artistic type.
What to do if you are an extra logical type.
How to mix technical with freehand.
Full Lecture ‘Technical Drawing Ultimate’
I also added the complete lecture for Technical Drawing Ultimate – in there you will find all the concepts in the article as well as live demonstrations for the two exercises. Be sure to take notes, pause and sketch along!
Join the free 5-day intensive if you want to get started with technical from absolute beginner ( half of the lessons there are on freehand, half on technical).
If you want to master technical drawing now and for the rest of your career, you can get my course on technical – details below.
Cool, now back to the lecture.
Draw a Prism:
To get started asap with technical drawing and get consistent results I recommend you go for my premium course on tehnical drawing. Here you will get customised feedback for all your work and you can just grow and improve all your abilities in arch drawing.Talk to you in a bit,