Tag: Isometric drawing

  • Axonometric versus Perspective

    No drawing can capture reality entirely.  A drawing represents a particular perception of human experience. This rule applies to drawings in architectural communication as well. The question is when and how to justify the right type of drawing to accomplish the task at hand. This requires an understanding and evaluation of the function and the utilization of an appropriate drawing type in order to be successful.  This article will compare the function between axonometric and perspective drawings and their usages in […]

  • Drawing Method of Auguste Choisy

    One of the common type of drawings that I normally use is Isometric drawing.  I often use this type of drawing to review three dimensional aspects of my design or constructional aspect of architecture. I also use Isometric drawing  when I design furniture for my wood working practice. The drawing offers a unique point of […]