|This exercise practices generating axonometric drawings from a 3d massing model. Several steps are reinforced within Rhino, Illustrator, and Photoshop. They are creating axonometric view, making 2d, exporting line work, basic rhino render, adjusting render image in Photoshop, final set in Illustrator.|
Assessment objectives include:
|Exercise Type||Problem Set|
|Uses Tool(s)||Tool:Rhino v4.x , Tool:Illustrator CS5|
Working from the attached workflow, create axonometric drawing of the attached model. Drawing must be viewed in axonometric view using either the SHEAR command or precise view setting using parallel view.
Final drawing should have the proper lineweights in Illustrator that correctly describe the spatial qualities of the model.
Composite image of lineweight with Rhino render is not required but will be considered for extra credit. Student may practice the techniques as desired in attached workflow with proper balance of shadows and light by post-processing the image in Photoshop and correctly lining up the linework and image together in Illustrator.