INDD 203: Freehand Drawing & Drafting

This course focuses on freehand techniques for developing and communicating ideas in the design process. One third of this studio covers fundamental conventional drafting skills, including the use of instruments, equipment, geometric constructions, theory of orthographic projections, dimensioning of detail drawings, general assemblies, axonometric, and isometrics. Two thirds of the course deals with freehand methods for thinking about and relaying ideas including skills describing form, material, motion, perspective, volume, space and light. Assignments will progress from simple exercises to more conceptually challenging projects.

This course is subject to priority rules; see here.


Completion of 21 credits

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