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This workshop is intended for advanced students and professionals who wish to refine their drawing and rendering skills for office presentation graphics. Emphasis is placed on representation, definition, and expression of landscape concepts. Through lectures and in-class exercises, students explore techniques in both black and white and color media. Specific areas covered include site analysis and graphic notation, plan and section development, entourage, and freehand perspective drawing. Students examine a number of methods that enable designers to apply these techniques to their work quickly and effectively. This workshop is recommended for students who have completed Design I.
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