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Sketch APPLICATION OF LINES HIDDEN LINE TECHNIQUE CLASSIFICATION OF SKETCHES Type of Projections
Type Sketching A Circle
Sketching Sketching Arcs
Sketching Sketching Ellipse
Sketching PICTORIAL DRAWINGS SEQUENCE IN DRAWING ISOMETRIC CIRCLES Isometric Sketching
Isometric Sketching on Isometric Paper
Sketching Some Hints on Hand Drawing
Some 1) Use the triangles to draw straight lines. 2) Make construction lines, thin and light. Make
final lines dark and sharp.
dark 3) Make very light construction lines first. After the
drawing has been completed with these, then go
back and darken the final lines.
final 4) Visible Lines should all be the same thickness
and darkness, even those made with a compass.
and 5) Compass should lean at an inclined angle of
about 30 degrees from vertical into the direction
being 6) Keep you compass lead sharpened. slider base 7) Don't slide triangles or scales on your
drawing surface. Always lift and place.
drawing 8) Use two triangle to create parallel lines.
Hint: think place triangles hypotenuse together.
Hint: 9) When lettering by hand, print using simple
stroke uppercase lettering maintaining
consistent height and width.
Suggested height of lettering: 1/8"
Suggested 10) Graphite is both your enemy and your
friend. Getting it over everything makes your
drawing sloppy and dirty.
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This document was uploaded on 11/01/2011 for the course MAE 184 at Syracuse.
- Fall '08