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Drafting Lecture Notes THEA2310-001
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Date Created: 10/04/16
DRAFTING NOTES Drafting-line models Taking something full scale and drawing it into a smaller scale Communicate a distance and size; communicate meaning of the use of lines and their dimensions Scale: Most common types – there are more, but these 3 are the most common… ½” = 1” ¼” = 1” 1/8” = 1” 1” = 1’ Line Weight Line Type _____________ _ ____ ____ ____ Plaster line _____ _ _ _____ _ _ Standard Line Center Line _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Types What is a plaster line? = The invisible plane of the proscenium arch Solid line – solid object Short dashed line – where the edge of the stage is, invisible lines, anything that is behind or below the surface; blocked from view from a solid object or above our point of view Ground plan – typically at 4 ft; where you slice the room in half If it’s not drawn to scale, you MUST write, “not drawn to scale.” Symbols to represent elements not seen from the point of view drawn: Ground Plan Examples Stage Ground Plans Furniture doesn’t need to be exact when drawing symbols. Things like what is below are common. CHAIR TABLE T C T Title Block: Your Name Room Scale Date
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