- TECHNICAL DRAWINGDrawing Skill Class (September - December 2009)
- These are some of my works which I did during the beginning of my education at International Game Architecture and Design course (NHTV University, Breda, The Netherlands). The homeworks were done for the drawing skill class.
They are used to prove the ability of:
3. strong observation,
5. accuracy and visual organisational skills.
The goals of this subject are to:
1. learn how to evaluate your own work and that for others,
2. become proficient at rendering an academically accurate representation of given subject, and
3. be able to correctly use a relevant visual convention when describing an object's form.
Some of the associated competencies are GRAPHIC COMMUNICATION, PIPELINE DESIGN, PRODUCTION DESIGN, WORLD BUILDING, ADVANCE MODELLING, and ANIMATION.
- (stated at the portfolio assignment description for DS1)
All of this drawings are made manually by hand.
The photoshop effects are only for the background colour, exposure, and converting the black and white. The originals are made with mechanical pencil 0.3 and 0.5 on paper. I decided to convert the colour to make them more readable.
- The basic of everything here is about the Line Construction. The drawings with the label A and B are about 3 point and multiple point perspective The drawings with the label C and D are about section through a cone.
- As the title of the picture above, "circle", those drawings at the picture above are taken from the classwork about circle in perspective and paraline drawings oblique and isometric projections.
- Drawing above is about one and two point perspective.
- This is my first homework which is about Orthographic Projections.The life object is my pencil sharpener. It gives me extra difficulties because the form is not purely rectangular. From the top view, it is clearly seen that it has some kind of angle on both length sides. The measurement is taken precisely with the scale 3:1 to the original object.
- This is my second homework about Reverse Engineering. The object which I measured here is a hole punch. In this drawing I expose the detail of the component parts while I have to manage the connections between those parts. The connections are shown by the line. When the connections are match, everything have the same dimension for sure.
- Above picture is an assignment about producing a clear and efficient drawing construction of a cork screw.
"The drawing will demand great accuracy and neatness if it is to function as a useful drawing. ... it may be helpful to think in terms of producing a drawing from which someone else, who never seen a 'cork screw' before, will have to model the object." -project description.
It shows how many degrees each part of the object can be moved within orthographic view.