Sketching Multi-view Drawings. Design Proces s STEP #7. Orthographic Projections. Big Picture. A multiview drawing is one that shows two or more two-dimensional views of a three-dimensional object. A Troubled Image. At your Tables, try drawing 3 views of the object on the left.
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A multiview drawing is one that shows two or more two-dimensional views of a three-dimensional object
At your Tables, try drawing 3 views of the object on the left.
Draw the top, the side-view, and the front view.
Width is associated is side-to-side
Height is top-to-bottom.
Depth is front-to-back.
Take this “Pane” of Glass.
Orthographic Projection is a drawing method that allows objects to be projected onto an imaginary plane.
Place your object behind the pane of glass.
Before you draw, you must chose your first view.
First chose the front view.
When choosing the front view, take the following;
1. Draw the front view (the areas that are shaded).
Once that is done, move to the side view.
2. This time, draw the side view (note the shade areas are different).
3. Note that on the side view, there is a lower part of the object behind the part shown, draw a dotted “hidden” line to show that lower spot.
4. Finally draw the last view, the Top (again, note the shaded area is different).
Now we can see our multiview drawing. The Top, Front, and Side Views.
We can fold our glass pane views together to form our orthographic projection ( “the glass box” )
Each of the blocks at right has the same overall dimensions and color. What else do they have in common?
They all have identical top views!
Complete the Multi-view sketches worksheet on the class website.
Use graph or printer paper to submit them!