Are those...human hands?!?
I realize that almost no one does detailed perspective drawings by hand anymore, but I thought the latest generation of CAD jockeys and those of you who've never had to do it might be interested to see what the process looks like. Designer Jim Dove works for New-Jersey-based interiors firm Canterbury Design, and those are his hands in the video below:
"While we use computers at Canterbury Design to do precise floor plans, elevations and detail drawings," Dove explains, "we find that the ability to do hand drawn perspectives affords the freedom to be the most connected and creative when designing. While the basic layout of the space happens in the floor plan, the kitchen really comes to life in the perspective."
Admit it, you lousy mouse jockeys, some small part of you wishes the boss wasn't breathing down your neck and you could put on some Vivaldi and take the time to crank one of these out. Smell that ink. Smell it!
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