Line-weights Instructions by Spencer Nugent


the building, which was previously a pencil factory, has been completely transformed – thanks in part to a central atrium that contains grasses, plants, and a tree.

The post studio david thulstrup combines wood, brick, and steel for private copenhagen residence appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

Line-weights is the term that the artists use to refer to the thickness or the strength of the lines in the drawings. Firstly, the artist draws several lines with different intensity and different thickness. He does that to simplify the  explanations about the lines which have different role in the drawings. For example, the edges that are in the front are light and less stressed. The corners which overlap with the other parts are the just a little bit more intense. The thicker lines are representing the back and the bottom of the figure.Line-weights Instructions by Spencer Nugent

Line-weights Instructions by Spencer Nugent

See the tutorial below and get the idea about the type of the lines and where to use them.

Source.

The post Line-weights Instructions by Spencer Nugent appeared first on Architecture Admirers.

【Free Cad Drawings Download Center】