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Extra resources for Construction Drawings and Details for Interiors: Basic Skills
Of course, com- whether they are done by hand or computer. Time must be allowed puter drawing allows one to begin almost anywhere on the sheet, for the ink to dry. Equipment should be lifted and placed over draw- compose the drawings, and print out the results in one clean plot. ings, not slid from one area to another. Regular washing of hands The machine doesn’t worry about top to bottom or left to right — and equipment will also help prevent smudging of line work. it follows the composition set by the designer.
Kilmer 2/2/03 12:33 PM Page 28 communicate. To ensure written words are quickly understood, a universal lettering style is commonly employed by designers and architects (Figure 3-12). This style, based on the Roman alphabet, generally consists of all capital letters for ease of reading. Although most designers employ a universal-looking style, individual styles do develop and are often recognized and associated with the person who uses them. However, stylistic differences must not be so extreme that letters and words become difficult or time-consuming to read.
These will be discussed in more depth in later chapters. Sections cut through the building and materials are depicted using common symbols to represent their elements rather than drawing them as they might appear. For example, a section through a piece of plywood is shown schematically instead of drawn realistically to show the intricate layers of cross-grained wood veneers and glue. Symbols for materials are often drawn differently in a plan view and section view. In most cases, an attempt is made to portray as closely as possible what the actual cross-section would look like (Figure 3-11).