How to Get Started With Sketching Houses and Apartments
A design is a detailed description or blueprint for the building of an object, system or procedure, or the outcome of this blueprint or design in the form of some physical product, machine or procedure. The verb to design generally indicates the process of producing a design through any method. Designing includes a variety of human activities, such as drafting, drawing, and designing, which involve the selection of appropriate materials and resources for the efficient production of some output. It also includes a variety of processes undertaken by specialists, including the definition of terms, planning and execution of the project.
A graphic element is a simple drawing or other real-looking representation that can be seen only as a shape or figure. Simple designs are known as iconography or primary designs. The leading lines of graphic elements generally represent primary or visible visual images or patterns. These shapes are typically formed by integrating primary colors, primary patterns, and secondary colors, together with the space between and the foreground of each element.
An element is not a shape or a feature; rather it is an arrangement of many things so that one can form a recognizable image. The term element comes from the Greek word meaning “that which is joined.” Elements combine many things to form complex and interesting designs. In the real world, most of us only ever see single elements at a time. For instance, we can only see one picture of Santa Claus at a time because he is the focal point of that picture.
A graphical design combines three or more elements using various textures. The term texture comes from the Greek word for texture, keras, which means “to scatter light.” The scattering of light is often accomplished using flat colors, like black, white, gray, and so on. The use of multiple textures is often achieved by the application of negative space, which is space that surrounds an object in a way that creates an interesting optical illusion.
In this article, we have seen how architects, painters, and architects create complex and detailed images using just a few elements – two people, two buildings, and a new bridge, for example. The same principles can be applied to your sketches. The first step in designing sketches is to determine the desired image or concept and then select from among the options the best ways to portray that concept. After you have selected the most appropriate elements for your sketches, the next step is to add them to your composition in a way that makes sense both in terms of the size of your sketches and the overall appearance of your image or concept.
One very effective way to revise and refine your sketches is to make use of the phrase “procedural sketches” or “preliminary sketches.” A preliminary sketch, as sketched here, represents an early version of your design that you will work on over a period of time before you complete the final version. This will allow you to see your design in a different light and make it clearer as you think about how it should look. As you continue to revise your designs and refine them, your preliminary sketches will become very clear and provide you with many opportunities for you to add new elements and change existing elements to fit the final version of your design. At the end, when you are satisfied that your preliminary sketches are satisfactory, you will be ready to submit your full sized design to your client.