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How can I practice drawing like an architect?

So let’s get to it: Here are five tips and techniques that should improve your architectural sketches.

  1. Adopt the “Hit-Go-Hit” technique.
  2. Don’t move your pen/pencil by bending your wrist or elbow.
  3. Incorporate the use of pen weight.
  4. Intersect your lines at the corners.
  5. Trace isn’t precious.

Can architects be good at drawing?

Drawing like an Architect I am living proof that you don’t have to draw well to be an architect. Having the ability to draw beautiful pictures doesn’t hurt but let’s pull the curtain back and be honest here for a minute … Architects communicate through their drawings – we aren’t making art.

How do you draw an architect drawing?

9 Tips for Hand-Drawing Architectural Sketches

  1. Assemble the right tools.
  2. Hold your pen near the tip.
  3. To keep lines straight, move your entire arm.
  4. Use shading, color, and varying line weight.
  5. Study other forms of drawing.
  6. Understand the purpose of sketching.
  7. Integrate landscape architecture and interior design ideas.

What is basic architectural drawing?

Architectural drawing is simply the technical drawing of a house, a building or any kind of structure. They are used in architecture, construction, engineering, or mapping. In other words they are a set of sketches, diagrams, and plans, used to design, construct, and document buildings.

Can I be an architect if I’m bad at math?

Not really. If you understand general geometry and physics you are good; having addition, subtraction, multiplication and sometimes division skills are encouraged. Aspiring architects should challenge themselves with as much math as they can handle (plus the class one further than they can handle).

Can I be an architect if Im not creative?

One of the most important qualities of being an architect is creativity. The only way to do this is through creative thinking. Architects must use a combination of the left and right sides of their brain to harness both their logical, mathematical thinking and their unique, originative thinking.