Methods of DrawingSketching an idea is drawn freehand in any way that suits the idea you have. For Drawing, an idea is drawn using drawing methods such as Oblique and Isometric. These are 3D methods and allow us to see three sides of an object. See below the example of 2D and 3D
Isometric DrawingAnother method of drawing in 3D is Isometric and shows each side shown equally. Each side shown is displayed at an angle of 30 degrees from the horizontal. see below
Lesson 4 - Recap of work done and have a go at drawing a phone freehand in isometric.
Homework - Now use 2D Design to draw the same phone
Click on the link abaove to download ‘Techsoft 2D Design version 3’ onto your computer. Then use the following Activation Key: This will allow you to use the software for this Year (2020-21).
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Lesson 5 - On 2D Design practice the more advance features of Isometric Drawing and then have a go at drawing a house in Isometric
Homework - On paper now and complete for HW the more advance features of Isometric Drawing by drawing the house in Isometric by hand
The Phone stand being planed to be made requires an engraving to be designed. Click the video above to see a demo of how that design can be made. The engraving is going to be placed here. It can also be placed on both sides and must be saved in yourone drive account and then emailed to your subject teacher.
Click icon left to download Prodexktop on your computer. Click the phone shown below to download a predesigned phone.The parts shown below are what is required to be designed using Prodesktop.
Phoneholder Stand with built in lights
Designing the ‘Phoneholder Stand’ with built in lights
The demonstration above shows how you use ProDesktop to design the base for your Phoneholder Stand. Once designed you can colour (render) the 3D object
Click the image above to see the exact measurements needed to design your base
Bring in other parts made, into the main initial file
Adding colour to your design to enhance your design