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Drawing for Interior Design by Drew Plunkett

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Developing ideas by computer

It is still generally conceded that at the earliest stages of the design process one will make quick freehand sketches, and for some designers – particularly those educated to use traditional techniques – this is, and will remain, true. However, for those who have used computers from the beginning of their training, and as an integral part of their practice and daily lives, it has become as easy to ‘doodle’ and ‘sketch’ on screen as on a drawing board. It remains a matter of personal preference, but there are, again, significant advantages to working digitally.

Once basic information has been fed into the computer, it becomes simple to generate outputs quickly and convincingly in two and three dimensions. The accuracy ...

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