Repinned from Alexa Iverson. I agree with Alexa. I think there is great value in images like this. This could be seen as a solution to the photo-realism discussion we had in class and could still show a client or the general public a characteristic understanding of the building.

Repinned from Alexa Iverson. I agree with Alexa. I think there is great value in images like this. This could be seen as a solution to the photo-realism discussion we had in class and could still show a client or the general public a characteristic understanding of the building.

"Whalers Bay – Atmosphere" 2013, 760mm X 560mm, pencil, watercolor, coffee, thread, gesso, and lead shavings on paper -- http://cargocollective.com/alexdavies

"Whalers Bay – Atmosphere" 2013, 760mm X 560mm, pencil, watercolor, coffee, thread, gesso, and lead shavings on paper -- http://cargocollective.com/alexdavies

sometimes (most times) drawing by hand is the most important process of designing and the worst critic of it is yourself, don't be afraid to draw

sometimes (most times) drawing by hand is the most important process of designing and the worst critic of it is yourself, don't be afraid to draw

Another example of a deconstructed architectural drawing, again in keeping with my original idea. Also similar to some of Toby's work.

Another example of a deconstructed architectural drawing, again in keeping with my original idea. Also similar to some of Toby's work.


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The ARCHive: Photo/ Brianna Nixon | Team ToW, USF School of Architecture, Class of 2014 Adv Design C: “Tubma Reservoir Project” - Spring 2013, Professor Jan Wampler - Graphite and photoshop

The ARCHive: Photo/ Brianna Nixon | Team ToW, USF School of Architecture, Class of 2014 Adv Design C: “Tubma Reservoir Project” - Spring 2013, Professor Jan Wampler - Graphite and photoshop

usfsacd:  Joshua L Jones, USF School of Architecture, Class of 2011 Terminal Master’s Project 2 : “Drawings for a place of Reflection” - Spring 2011, Prof. - Steve CookeThesis process  This is beautiful!

An entry from Cigar Town Arts Ministry

usfsacd: Joshua L Jones, USF School of Architecture, Class of 2011 Terminal Master’s Project 2 : “Drawings for a place of Reflection” - Spring 2011, Prof. - Steve CookeThesis process This is beautiful!

Hand drawn and watercolour. Line weights. top heavy which works because of the diagonal created by coloured images. Small drawing in top right allows you to relate the perspective view to the plans.

Hand drawn and watercolour. Line weights. top heavy which works because of the diagonal created by coloured images. Small drawing in top right allows you to relate the perspective view to the plans.

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