This is a course designed to teach the student interested in architecture to recognize and graphically depict forms and textures in the natural and built environment. Instruction will be given in the use of basic pencil, color drawing and rendering techniques; in both freehand drawing and hard-line drafting/drawing; and in the drawing of orthographic projections as well as in the principles of pictorial (oblique, axonometric and perspective) drawing. These presentation concepts and techniques will aid the student in the development of his or her own rendering style and culminate in the execution and composition of a comprehensive architectural presentation.
Co requisites: MATH 102(minimum), ARCH 141 or permission of instructor
2 credits* (1 lecture hour, 2 laboratory hours), fall semester