While written and oral communication skills are important, to be truly successful and effective a designer must be able express ideas graphically. Sketching Interiors: From Traditional to Digital covers basic freehand sketching skills with different media including pencils, inks and markers. Interior designers must employ quick freehand graphic sketches such as perspectives, elevations, plan views, and details in the design process to record their emerging ideas and explain their intent to others. The ability to transfer a concept to paper using hand drawing skills in order to think critically about the idea is a viable method of designing. Freehand drawing is used extensively in the design process especially schematic design. Drawings may record a detail, a piece of furniture, an accessory, or a space. Since digital media and communication technologies are bringing new tools to design, this book also presents the technique of transformation of freehand sketching to digital sophisticate drawing with Photoshop. It is also important for designers to understand when to use hand drawing techniques versus digital as well as how to use one to boost the advantages of the other. The edited drawings represent the characters of both freehand sketching and digital drawing. Therefore, the ability to draw and sketch becomes an important skill for designers to support a relaxed and fluid conversation between designer and their client, between a student and their instructor.

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Sketching Interiors: From Traditional to Digital

  • Product Code: 9781563679186
  • Delivery: Metro Manila 3 to 5 days, Others 5 to 10 days Pandemic Delay in Delivery
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  • Author: Suining Ding
  • Publisher: Berg Publishers
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  • Copyright: 2011
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  • ₱4,808.00
  • ₱2,884.80