Types of Sketches Major Project

Types of Sketches Major Project
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Learn about what Orthographic, Multi-view, and Isometric Sketch's are!

Storyboard Text

  • You may be wondering why they are arguing. But they are seeing different points of the same building.  That is called an orthographic Multi-view. They see two different points on the same building.
  • Dude this is two buildings not one!!!!!
  •  No dude! It's just one tiny yellow building!
  • They now switch sides to prove each other who is right and who is wrong. But yet they are now both confused.
  • Wow! Dude! You were right all along!
  • No man! You were right! This is so cool!
  • What? A dragon?! He see's the top view now.
  • NO! I was right all along! It is just a big two-dimensional square
  • Jim is now frighted by his dear grumpy boss, Fred, the Zombie
  • Jim! Get back to work and drawing those weird scribbles on your paper!
  • Jim explains to Fred that what he is drawing will lead on to a masterpiece. Fred now feels very sorry. 
  • These so called scribbles are called thumbnail sketches, I am drawing them lightly so I can make them better. It lets you know what i'm actually drawing without much detail.
  • The End! Happy Halloween!
  • AAH! WHERE AM I?!
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