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Transfer Line and Heights

Jorge Paricio

Draw like an Interior Designer

Jorge Paricio

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Lesson Info

21. Transfer Line and Heights

Lesson Info

Transfer Line and Heights

how to get to this point in the perspective because I get some students working there. I have to mention something very important here, and that is working with this material here in transfer paper. It's carbon paper. We have used it before. Hopefully, you would have used it before in a craft project. It's just paper like this, right? If you touch it with this with your hands like this, you will get a wonderful printing your fingers. So what you would do is just got a little piece from it's good It again. So you would cut a piece first and then if you wanted to transfer your paper, your lines that you would do with your regular perspective over here. Onto this, all you would have to do is just put the carbon paper facing down right on your paper, and you should be able to transfer your lines to backtrack it a little bit. If how we went from here to here, I feel I need to mention it. Let's see if I had my ill. It's a matter of counting units in my aisle Island was roughly over here, pla...

ced roughly over here fit. Imagine that it would fit in this units right to you. Mark it on the floor and then you bring vertical lines up. One step that I need to show over here, in my perspective, would be so that I can get to that point would be how to transfer my heights. If I have my counter, let's say of three feet off white, remember, I have 1/2 scale. I would go to my half scale. This is my zero over here. I would mark, this is feet three over here. This is my three feet. I bring it to the vanishing point on the left to place it on this wall. OK, then I extend this line over here wherever he touches that wall thistles the edge of my kitchen. Okay, these two lines. So again, the only true corner that I can measure from is this edge over here? How did I get this hide again? Using my ruler for that's why have over here my elevation placed on the side. I can transfer this height over here all the way to here and he should match. That's no using my palate ruler. So but it should match over here. That's three feet from here. Once I reached this point, I connected Teoh, my vanishing point on the left. Remember, this is my outline for the island. Okay? Extended over here. Extend this line over here until he touches this corner and then bring it up wherever they intersect. That's my height from here. I go to the other Vanishing Point V P. R. All the way there, and then extend connect to their and extend and then bring vertical lines. Thistles. My true height. Okay, you cannot measure. You see how this distance went bigger and bigger. It's almost like traveling. If you have, it's imagine that we have these two walls over here. And if you need to find this height of this pencil, you cannot measure directly here. I needed to measure my pencils first in this corner. And then I dragged this dimension here and then out. So I went this way for my special sound effects. So I went from here all the way to V P. L. And then extended route from here. I extended this line out and then up this way and up. And then I connected to V p. R and then extend That gets me my height And then I would dio just connected to VPL Over here. Bring my vertical line out up. You see how much issue it is when we do perspective, use with vertical lines vertical. Otherwise, he would be a lot more difficult. Connect this point to V p. R. And then extend This way I have If I have done it correctly, this two points should be lined up with these vanishing point over here, and they are So now I got my island with the correct height and this is how I was able to do all that. Let me just recap for a 2nd 1 happened seem to point perspective and then we'll do a nice rendering over there. We have we have the floor plan over just just the main, just the main walls. Okay, Just to show you the process, getting it all done. What I did first was mark on the floor. I had my grid correct. With the great in mind. I can place anything I want on the floor. If you have coming, it's on the wall. You would mark your cabinets on the wall to using your grid, which you can raise. You can drink up if you want. Like this. This distance this corner is your only corner where you can actually measure using your scale. Okay, so at this point, if this is five foot sex, if you can measure over here, you're heights. Okay. Off your different objects and the counter height Worst roughly this height. If you have counters, if you have cabinets on the walls, you can draw them first on the wall and then bring them out. Draw them first flat. So if I had a counter a wall Mount candidate over here and I wanted to bring it out Mm. We have these two vanishing points roughly there. So I would bring them to the different vanishing points that I have out this way and then out to that vanishing point and I would get my cabinets taking out. Okay, So this is after I had worked on this floor plan. No, I showed you here the height. I retraced everything just to get my main lines. And then from here years, my carbon paper to transfer it on this on. I showed you already the process

Class Description

Digital rendering brings design ideas to life. In Draw like an Interior Designer, Jorge Paricio will teach you how to create professional freehand renderings of interior spaces.

Renderings of interiors validate design ideas and help teams improve their projects. In this class, Jorge will teach you the fundamentals of rendering indoor spaces. 

You’ll learn how to: 

  • Work with Sketchbook Pro to create interiors and objects
  • Manage the process – from preliminary sketches to final rendering
  • Draw multiple perspectives

Jorge will teach you how to work with different materials for hand-rendering, including: pencils, markers, pastels, grid paper, and color paper.

Find out exactly what tools and techniques you need to produce high-quality, interior renderings in Draw like an Interior Designer with Jorge Paricio.



Creative LIve Why don't you re-do this class! Its a great subject.....get a new camera operator, who knows the concept of learning from watching.