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C1321 Architectural Presentation Drawing
POLYTECHNICS OF MINISTRY OF HIGHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
C1321 ARCHITECTURAL PRESENTATION DRAWING
1 SEMESTER (15 WEEKS) THEORY : 30 HOURS PRACTICAL : 75 HOURS 4.5 NONE
CREDIT HOUR PREREQUISITE
SYNOPSIS ARCHITECTURAL PRESENTATION DRAWING provides knowledge during practicing in the drawing studio, media and basic tools to draw, primary drawing/sketching techniques, hatching techniques on drawing, presentation drawing, lettering, colour in presentation drawing, architectural presentation elements and the preparation of presentation drawing. The module aims to make the students realize the primary techniques, hatching techniques, colour and architectural presentation elements.
OBJECTIVES At the end of the module, students will be able to: 1. state the purposes and types of architectural presentation drawing. 2. explain the methods of applying the architectural presentation elements on presentation drawing. 3. discuss the theory of colour and recognize the media and colouring tools and use it on presentation drawing.
plants. (1 hour) 8.0 PRACTICE IN THE DRAWING STUDIO (1 hour) Understanding the purposes of the drawing studio and the uses of tools which related to architectural presentation drawing. (2 hours) 4. vehicles.0 PRIMARY DRAWING/SKETCHING TECHNIQUES (2 hours) Recognizing the importance of viewing and drawing cycle and learning the primary drawing techniques started from the line.0 2/9 RESTRICTED .0 6. shadows and environmental context with more effective. applying anthropometric and choosing the view direction. PRESENTATION DRAWING (4 hours) Recognizing and preparing various types of 2D and 3D presentation drawing.0 3.RESTRICTED SUMMARY C1321 Architectural Presentation Drawing (30 THEORY : 75 PRACTICAL) 1. HATCHING TECHNIQUES ON DRAWING (2 hours) Learning the primary hatching techniques and its purposes on presentation drawing.0 5.0 9. PRODUCTION OF PRESENTATION DRAWING Preparing a set of presentation drawing.0 7. MEDIA AND BASIC TOOLS TO DRAW Recognizing and understanding the uses of basic tools to draw. LETTERING Types of lettering used on architectural presentation drawing.0 COLOUR ON PRESENTATION DRAWING (2 hours) Discussing the theory of colour and recognizing the media and colouring tools and using it on presentation drawing. (1 hour) 2. ARCHITECTURAL PRESENTATION ELEMENTS (15 hours) Using the elements of human sculpture.
2 Isometric and axonometric drawing COMPLETING EXERCISE BASED ON 2D DRAWING 4.1 Perspective drawing 3.0 2.1 Orthographic drawing USING HATCHING AND COLOURING TECHNIQUES ON 2D AND 3D DRAWING COMPLETING DRAWING EXERCISE TO INDICATE THE USE OF ARCHITECTURAL PRESENTATION ELEMENTS PREPARING A SET OF COLOURED PRESENTATION DRAWING (5 hours) (5 hours) 3.0 (10 hours) 4.0 COMPLETING PRIMARY DRAWING EXERCISE COMPLETING FREE LINE DRAWING EXERCISE AND DRAWING THE LINE USING TOOLS COMPLETING EXERCISE BASED ON 3D DRAWING 3.RESTRICTED PRACTICAL C1321 Architectural Presentation Drawing 1.0 (10 hours) 5.0 (15 hours) 6.0 (10 hours) 7.0 (10 hours) 3/9 RESTRICTED .
2 Identifying materials and tools used for architectural presentation drawing: 1. 1.2 Recognizing various types of paper for drawing works. 1.1. 2.2. 1. eye 3.2.4 4/9 RESTRICTED .0 PRIMARY DRAWING/SKETCHING TECHNIQUES 3.3 Recognizing and understanding main purpose of each tool and its correlation.0 MEDIA AND BASIC TOOLS TO DRAW 2.4.2. 2.2.2. 3.4. 3.1 Recognizing all main tools used in conventional drawing.3 Explaining the concept and importance of sketches in architectural presentation drawing works Sketches 3.2.4 Using accurate paper for architectural drawing.2 Recognizing and using clutch pencil on free sketching 2. 2.1 Sketching from the real view.1 Recognizing and using different types of pen in architectural presentation like ball pen.1 Recognizing the uses and purposes of the drawing studio/room in an organization/society.1 Introduction to the drawing studio: 1.1.1 Recognizing and using pencil for free sketching 2.1 Recognizing pencil grade and quality for sketching and drawing works and the way to use it properly: 2. felt pen.1 Explaining the importance of viewing and sensitivity to the surrounding as the basic to draw.2 Explaining drawing cycle: brain hand sculpture 3.3 Using accurate paper for pencil and pen. 3.2 Recognizing types of pen which suitable for architectural studies: 2. 3.2 Recognizing all support tools used in the drawing studio.2 Sketching from the imagination.3 Exposing and practicing types of line on sketches from the basic until the 3D imagination. 2.RESTRICTED SYLLABUS C1321 Architectural Presentation Drawing 1.2. ink pen and technical pen.0 PRACTICE IN THE DRAWING STUDIO 1.1.4.
2 Recognizing importance terms used on perspective drawing.2.RESTRICTED 188.8.131.52.5 Using suitable scratch and grain techniques to indicate the types of material such as timber. 5.3 Recognizing the similarities between perspective drawing and isometric and axonometric drawing.2 Recognizing the similarities and differences on both types of drawing. 5.2 Hatching techniques: 4. 4.2. proper and efficient method to dimension 3D object.4. 4.4 Recognizing and understanding various methods of drawing perspective.1. Orthographic Drawing 5. 5. 5/9 5.0 PRESENTATION DRAWING Recognizing and preparing various types of architectural presentation drawing. Defining and using view direction/orientation as the planning to prepare a proper graphic drawing.6 184.108.40.206. 5.1.3 Hatching using scratch technique.6 Apply the hatching technique to indicate shadows in drawing composition.1 Recognizing and understanding importance principles to prepare isometric and axonometric drawing.3.2. stone and so forth used for drawing composition.4.4. 5. 4.2 Hatching using line technique.2. understanding and using anthropometric.3 Recognizing the accurate. View direction/orientation.5 3. 4. line and scratch techniques.7 C1321 Architectural Presentation Drawing Understanding the importance of anthropometric on drawing/sketching.1 Explaining and discussing the quality and characteristics of line: 4.2.1 Perspective 5.2 5.4 3. Identifying. 5. 5. Isometric and Axonometric 5.4 Recognizing the method to create shadow and shade projection on 3D drawing. brick.1.1 Recognizing and understanding principles and terms used during the process of preparing perspective drawing. 5. 4.3 RESTRICTED .0 HATCHING TECHNIQUES ON DRAWING 4.4 Hatching using the combination of point.1 Hatching using point technique.1 Understanding concepts and differences between first and third angular orthographic projection.1 Explaining psychological reaction and correlation towards human being. 4. 4.4.2.
1 Discussing the general use of colour and introducing the media and colouring tools for architectural presentation drawing: 7. 6.2.2. 8.2.3 Markers 7.1 Presentation drawing Drawing based on anthropometric and scale for following things: 9.5 Chrome Recognizing and applying the concept of colour selection in topic 8.2.1 Recognizing types of lettering 6.2 Using the elements of human sculpture.2 Floor plan 6/9 RESTRICTED .1. 7.3.0 COLOUR ON PRESENTATION DRAWINGS 7.1 Understanding the right method to locate the title at the given section in architectural presentation drawing.1. Recognizing the method to draw simple building section horizontally and vertically. word and sentence 6.2 Architectural presentation elements: 8.0 7.1.4 Poster colour 7.4 Using colour and hatching with more effective.1 Drawing human figure. 8. plants and vehicles to indicate the scale and anthropometric in drawing composition. lowercase.0 ARCHITECTURAL PRESENTATION ELEMENTS 8.2 Recognizing the method of spacing letters.2 Colour wheel 7.2 5.1 Site plan 9.RESTRICTED 5.3 Using shadows to show depth of field.2.2. 6.1.0 and 9.3 8.2.2 Theory of colour: 7.1 Standard lettering according to ratio for all uppercase.0 LETTERING 6.3 C1321 Architectural Presentation Drawing Understanding the method to dimension 2D drawing systematically.2.2.1 Colour dimension 7.2 Pencil colour 7. 220.127.116.11 Water colour 7.3.3 Tone 7.2. numbers and decimals.4 Value 7.1 Explaining and discussing the use of presentation elements with more effective 8. 8.0 PRODUCTION OF PRESENTATION DRAWING 9.1.
RESTRICTED 9.1.3 9. plants.4 9.1. 7/9 RESTRICTED .2 Elevation 3D drawing C1321 Architectural Presentation Drawing Explaining the importance purpose of human sculpture. vehicles and furniture and applying it on presentation drawing works.
Assignments – minimum 25 Portfolio 60% 40% FINAL EXAMINATION (FE): Final examination is held at the end of the semester. ii.RESTRICTED ASSESSMENT C1321 Architectural Presentation Drawing Assessment of this module as follows: i. (0%) 8/9 RESTRICTED . b. Continuous Evaluation (CE) Final Examination (FE) 100% 0% CONTINUOUS EVALUATION (CE): (CE breakdown is based on 100%) (100%) Continuous Evaluation is carried out throughout the semester and consists of the following parts: a.
(2000). Paul. Knobler.RESTRICTED REFERENCES C1321 Architectural Presentation Drawing Ching. Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. McGraw-Hill. (1995). Cyril M. Graphic Thinking for Architects and Designers. Frank DK. Space and Order. Dialog Seni Tampak. Architecture: Form. Van Nostrand Reinhold. 9/9 RESTRICTED . (1995). Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka. ( ). Harris. Van Nostrand Reinhold. Laseau. Nathan.
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