Assign a scale to grid paper and sketch (freehand) a floor plan at that scale.
How to draft and dimension a kitchen floor plan using the NKBA (National Kitchen and Bath Association) standard.
Sketch an elevation view of a plan view of a chair that is caddy-corner (not parallel to the projection plane).
How to dimension frame and masonry floor plans.
Use a T-square and 30°-60° triangle to draft an isometric pictorial of a flight of stairs.
Use a T-square, triangle, and scale to draft guidelines, letters, and a title block.
How to manually draft an interior elevation of a bedroom wall using a T-square, triangle, and architect’s scale.
Use a circle template and triangle to manually draft a swing door and two bi-fold doors.
It’s useful to incorporate SketchUp in a manual drafting class, because it’s a good tool for those who have trouble visualizing 2D/3D relationships. They can draft their 2D views on paper and then model them in SketchUp to see if Continue reading Intersection of Manual Drafting and SketchUp
When rendering, give each plane a different marker value (shade of darkness). The three sides of the box below each have a different shade of brown). Marker was used first, and wood grain was added with a color pencil. The Continue reading Values in marker rendering