Design Drawing. Important Concepts Plan, section and elevations are a conceptual form of representation, in that they do not match optical reality. Parallel projectors meet the picture plane at right angles.
Exercise 1: Complete Exercise 6.1 in your sketchbook. Create the 3-D image for each of the 3 plan and elevations exercises.
Exercise 2-Draw a ¼”=1’-0” (approximate) floor plan of the small classroom at the back of the studio. Use line weights to communicate the difference between structural elements, furnishings and floor patterns.
Poche is used to distinguish cut elements in plan and create a figure/ground relationship. Black is often used in small scale drawings, where a medium gray tone is used in large-scale drawings, as black can get too heavy.
Exercise 3-Redraw the floor plan of the classroom, but use poche to emphasize the shape of cut elements.