With advancement in technology other areas have also stepped a notch higher.
These days presentation has been given a lot more importance for instance, if you look around everything you pick or like is of some level presentable to you otherwise you
wouldn’t have noticed it in the first place. Everything you sell/offer needs to be attractive, or if we put it this way presentable to the targeted group of people.
Let’s get straight to the topic. I have found out ways you may use to get your simple 2-D drawings developed in Auto-CAD much more presentable than the simple ones we always
worked with. These techniques are all know to you but maybe you just didn’t thought of using them. Let’s refresh you up a little.
USING HATCH IN YOUR DRAWING
This way of presentation will not only give your client a hint of different areas and material used but also will create a clear picture of elevated zones.
If you are running out of time then this one step will not only make the drawing clear but also will be more presentable compared to plain elevated 2-D drawings.
Plan and elevation drawing using Hatch
USING HATCH PLUS GRADIENT
Clients are not always well versed with our subject (Interior Design) so they may be confused of the drawings you present.
Using both hatch and gradient in your 2-D drawing will help your client understand better and will make your drawing more clear to anyone who find the needs to study it.
Plan and elevation drawing using Hatch plus Gradient
USING RASTER IMAGE
This is one way of presentation where you can show your client the application of materials chosen in different areas. This not only helps both the designer and the client to
choose and compare on what looks best for the space but also saves time. This way of presentation also may help workers at site to understand design and application of materials better which in
turn reduces error at site.
Plan and elevation drawing using Raster Image
Well, these were 3 ways that could make your presentations for projects, portfolios, etc. better and help you express more with your designs. Do note that labeling is a vital
part of presentation, hence do take your time and label the drawing well to make your design clear.
So, did you find these presentation techniques helpful?
Do let me know!
Thank you for your time