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HOLY ANGEL UNIVERSITY

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE


DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE

TECHNIQUES IN
STILL-LIFE DRAWING
ARCHITECTURAL OCCUPANCY

AVISTECH01 – MONOCHROMATIC DRAWING

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MArch, Urban Design & Planning, candidate
HOW WILL YOU START?
Arch. Floyd S. Dizon, uap
MArch, Urban Design & Planning, candidate
1. LOOK FOR THE MOST CONVENIENT PLACE TO DRAW.

Arch. Floyd S. Dizon, uap


MArch, Urban Design & Planning, candidate
2. ANALYZE THE BUILDING
BASED ON THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN

Arch. Floyd S. Dizon, uap


MArch, Urban Design & Planning, candidate
3. ANALYZE THE BUILDING
BASED ON THE ELEMENTS OF ART

Arch. Floyd S. Dizon, uap


MArch, Urban Design & Planning, candidate
4. ANALYZE THE BUILDING’S SCALE AND PROPORTION

Arch. Floyd S. Dizon, uap


MArch, Urban Design & Planning, candidate
SCALE

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MArch, Urban Design & Planning, candidate
SCALE

1.50M
4.70M
1.60M

1.60M 1.60M

Arch. Floyd S. Dizon, uap


MArch, Urban Design & Planning, candidate
SCALE

1.50M
4.70M
1.60M

1.60M 1.60M

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MArch, Urban Design & Planning, candidate
PROPORTION

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MArch, Urban Design & Planning, candidate
PROPORTION

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MArch, Urban Design & Planning, candidate
4. ANALYZE THE BUILDING USING ONE-POINT PERSPECTIVE

What is perspective?
The theory or art of suggesting three dimensions on a two-
dimensional surface, in order to recreate the appearance and
spatial relationships that objects or a scene in recession
present to the eye

The appearance of objects, buildings, etc., relative to each


other, as determined by their distance from the viewer, or the
effects of this distance on their appearance”
Three kinds of PERSPECTIVE
1. One point perspective
2. Two point perspective
3. Three point/ Multi-Point perspective.
Arch. Floyd S. Dizon, uap
MArch, Urban Design & Planning, candidate
4. ANALYZE THE BUILDING USING ONE-POINT PERSPECTIVE

Arch. Floyd S. Dizon, uap


MArch, Urban Design & Planning, candidate
4. ANALYZE THE BUILDING USING ONE-POINT PERSPECTIVE

Arch. Floyd S. Dizon, uap


MArch, Urban Design & Planning, candidate
4. ANALYZE THE BUILDING USING ONE-POINT PERSPECTIVE

Arch. Floyd S. Dizon, uap


MArch, Urban Design & Planning, candidate
IDENTIFYING VANISHING POINT
OF A ONE-POINT PERSPECTIVE

Arch. Floyd S. Dizon, uap


MArch, Urban Design & Planning, candidate
IDENTIFYING VANISHING POINT
OF A ONE-POINT PERSPECTIVE

Arch. Floyd S. Dizon, uap


MArch, Urban Design & Planning, candidate
IDENTIFYING VANISHING POINT
OF A ONE-POINT PERSPECTIVE

Arch. Floyd S. Dizon, uap


MArch, Urban Design & Planning, candidate
5. USE THE TECHNIQUES IN SHADINGS
(TONAL VALUES)

Arch. Floyd S. Dizon, uap


MArch, Urban Design & Planning, candidate