2 December 201910:00 - 17:30
47-58 Bastwick Street, London, EC1V 3PS
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This course builds knowledge and confidence in expressing ideas non-verbally
By the end of the course, you should be able to:
Be fluent in the use of drawing systems including isometric, axonometric, section and simple perspectives,
Know how best to draw details, draw over photographs or architects drawings, draw a construction sequence
Use non-verbal communication convincingly
Trevor Flynn is Director of Drawing at Work and founder of The Drawing Gym. He teaches drawing at University College London and runs the architectural and spatial drawing module of the Architectural Association foundation course. Trevor is a visiting lecturer at the School of Architecture at the University of Bath and is a drawing instructor in several architectural and engineering offices.
Structural, mechanical, environmental engineers, graduates preparing for their chartership exam. Previous attendees have included architects, boat designers and set designers.
This course is suitable for all, including non-sketchers, rusty practitioners, and those who sketch frequently but want to make drawings of a higher standard, possibly for use in presentations.
Attendees will be sent a link to the Drawing Gym web-site prior to the course which will enable you to practice sketching before you attend if you choose.
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