Drawing refers to the LINE component of
Design Sketching. This is generally done
using pencils and ink pens, but of course
a line can be produced using any number
of tools, including the thin edge of a
marker. In Design Drawing and
Sketching, EVERY LINE has MEANING.
It refers, suggests, or indicates
something meaningful.


Rendering refers to the process of creating 3-Dimensionality to an object, space,
or environment, or applying tone and color to accent areas of primary focal
importance, such as using graphic arrows to show operability or abstract
concepts such as air flow or circulation routes. The concepts provided
here can be applied to both traditional or Digital Rendering.



* Estimate only. See instructor and calendar for specific due dates. Summer Session schedule is more compressed with one week equal to approximately two and half semester weeks.

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