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Credit Hours: 
3
Class Type: 
Class Number: 
ID 2750
Class Description: 
This sophomore-level course introduces the artistic and presentation techniques of perspective and rendering for the interior design profession. Students develop skills in both the conceptual and technical process of manually constructing one-, two-, and three-point perspective drawings, as well as professional rendering techniques that include color palette use, light sources and shading, surface and detail indications and entourage. Upon successful completion of this course, students will understand and demonstrate the free-hand and mechanical drawing and rendering skills necessary to successfully illustrate their design solutions in presentation drawings. (Formerly ID 2830) Prerequisites: FD 1275 Drawing I and ID 2840 Design Process and Planning