The ability to visualize and draw potential solutions to design problems is highly valued as a skill by employers across the design professions. Conceptual Drawing: Freehand Drawing and Design Visualization for Design Professions is an introductory level design drawing text that provides skill-driven instruction in the art and techniques of conceptual drawing. The book offers detailed step-by-step conceptual drawing and design visualization demonstrations as well as a wealth of insight into the demands of working in the industrial, interior, and graphic design professions today.
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Joseph Koncelik is a Professor Emeritus for the Department of Industrial, Interior and Visual Communication Design in the College of the Arts at Ohio State University. He is also a retired Professor of Industrial Design for the College of Architecture at Georgia Institute of Technology.Review:
Preface: Design Studies in Higher Education Chapter 1: The Fundamentals of Conceptual Drawing Chapter 2: Using Perspective in Conceptual Drawing Chapter 3: Developing Three-Dimensional Form Chapter 4: Conventions for Lighting and Surface Delineation Chapter 5: Human Scale and Context Chapter 6: Interior Conceptual Drawing Chapter 7: Presentation and Communication Chapter 8: Hybrid Conceptual Drawings Supplemental: Practicing Conceptual Drawing
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Descripción Delmar Cengage Learning, 2008. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 1. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX1418080977