INDES 220 Design Drawing • 5 Cr.
Drawing techniques that visually communicate abstract and representational design ideas. This course focuses on rapid visualization of ideas using color and achromatic illustration media. Introduces a combination of traditional and digital tools, techniques, and illustration principles for visualizing the built environment. Prerequisite: ART 120 and INDES 140 with a C- or better.
After completing this class, students should be able to:
- Understand a range of design drawings used by interior designers, and realize individual potential through design drawing practice.
- Produce freehand drawings using line, structure, tonal value, texture, and composition to convey spatial depth, design details, and abstract concepts.
- Convey spatial depth, scale, light, and detail in two- and three-dimensional representations of the built environment.
- Use established and emerging technology to produce, archive, share, and augment traditional drawing practices.
- Select appropriate media, technology, image views, drawing size and scale, to effectively communicate design ideas.
- Constructively and objectively critique design drawings as an iterative method of continuous quality improvement.
- Build a lifelong habit of sketchbook practices, using a variety of drawing methods and media to communicate design ideas.
- Fall 2019 (current quarter)