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The following content is syndicated content. August 15th, 2015 in blogs The other day a woodworker sent me a photograph of a live edge slab of walnut. He wanted to know if it could be drawn in SketchUp. Here’s what I came up with. The image he sent me was a […]
The following content is syndicated content. July 26th, 2015 in blogs This is a model based on a stool designed by Pierre Jeanneret and manufactured in the 1950’s in both France and India. I came across a couple of photos of an original and decided to use it for my morning SketchUp […]
The following content is syndicated content. July 27th, 2015 in blogs I’m continually interested in furniture drawing styles. I admire many of the older styles (pre-computer) for their beauty and efficiency. It’s hard to imagine how they were able to get so much information onto one sheet of paper. So I attempted […]
To attain a professional license, future architects must first attain professional drafting and architecture training from a qualified school. Upon successful graduation, candidates are required to participate in an internship to continue their drafting and architecture training. After that, the student may go on to taking the Architect Registration Examination (ARE) and must receive passing scores on all divisions.