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By Norman D. Stevens

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ISBN-13: 9781610351300

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Three- ie\ drawing--an onll o ,)phic proJtTtlon. T his gives me a way La see the parts of the piece in their tfll e proportion La Olll' ana l her. 13Ul beca use thIs type of drawing limits 1l1l' to il'wing each fa ce indepl'nd- Fig. 1: Lines Used in Working Drawings Fig-. 2: Setting Out a Three-View Orthographic Drawing lines of differenl thickness help to distinguish dlfferenl meanings in working drawings. Here are some of the most common line types. Yoll get your first look al tlt l' projl'ct- to- be, and you can work out the bug; il/ lhl' overall look of the piece without laboring over lhe details.

I want a mock-up to be as simple as possible to make and easily modified again and again until I'm comfortable with the design. I probably spent about an hour and a halfbuilding the screen mock-up. The less time it takes to build one, the more inclined I'll be to alter something I don't like. And that's the whole point of a mock-up. I use my first mock-up, like my first sketches, to determine the overall shape and proportions of a piece. Whe n I had the first 44 DEVELOPING DESIGNS AND ORGANIZING PROJECTS mock-up of the screen in front of me, I saw that it was far wider than it appeared in the sketch.

I draw irregular curves freehand , which CIII he 1I10re pleasing to the eye than a cu rve ll1ack using a cO lllpass or h"l'nch curve. J ~nlOot h out t hcsc fi'echalld lin t'S with a tool called an adj ustable ship A IOf1ll! lI-sizP drawings. Cll rvc. Whcn drawillg fi'eehand curves, the lili es tend to b c a bit heavy. I clea n thelll up ming an crasillg shield, a thin shn't of IIl ctal • with various shapes Cllt into it. : wil-h the erasing sh ield, you c:tn erase Brush Long ruler the exposcd part and clean up unsightly stray 1ines wi t h a w h i Ie plastic crascr.

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