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Chapter 9 – Freehand sketching

Freehand sketching

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Sometimes, we might desire to communicate the picture of an imaginary object that is yet to be designed, that does not really exist, or whose photograph we cannot easily take. In that case, we sketch a picture of the object in a process known as freehand sketching. It is a very convenient way of communicating ideas from person to another. Sketching only requires the use of pencil and paper.

Freehand sketching

Free hand sketching is the use of pencil, eraser and just your hand to make a quick drawing of an object on paper. The use of straight edges, protractor, compass and stencils are avoided. Freehand sketching mainly involves drawing straight lines and curved lines unaided.

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