Taking architectural drawing lessons is similar to learning a foreign language but with a twist…
Sure you need to ‘become fluent’ in drawing.
But how does learning drawing actually work? How does a perfect architectural drawing lesson look like?
You put yourself in front of your drawing board, you think you’re going to draw the best drawing you possibly can… aaaand then something comes up and you go ‘arghhh, I can’t do it’
Some architects live their whole life like that… And if you are like that then you need to stop it immediately!
1.) Assignment Presentation
2.) Concept Generation
3.) Freehand Drawing + Triangle Drawing
4.) Intermediate Critique
5.) Hatching + Final Details
6.) Final Critique
And now that you know all of this…
Take care and draw nicely,