With David R. Csont
May 12, 2020
Everyone has the ability to draw. As children, we all drew pictures to communicate how we perceived the world around us. As adults, many of us struggle with the fact that our drawing skills may not be at a level that are worth using. Drawing, however, is much like playing a musical instrument, so with practice, good tutelage and a positive attitude, we can all develop our skills.
• Instructor background
• Development of instructor’s style
• Short history of architectural drawing
• The power of using drawing as a communication tool
• Materials needed
David R. Csont is the Chief Illustrator and a principal at Urban Design Associates, an architectural design firm based in Pittsburgh. David developed his mastery of the form during 30 years of practical experience as an architectural illustrator. In this 10-episode series, David lays out practical, actionable methods for effective architectural drawing.
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