27th Feb 2013
For today’s post I have some more recent school work, an axonometric drawing of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Jacobs House (aka Usonia I). For anyone familiar with the house, my drawing is not 100% accurate but it is pretty close. This was my first “axo” but it definitely won’t be my last; I love the process and the distinct style (one which has a long history and many modern masters). The base drawing is above and studies of the house’s windows and materials are below. Next we’ll be working on perspective drawings, so expect to see my attempt in the next couple weeks!

For today’s post I have some more recent school work, an axonometric drawing of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Jacobs House (aka Usonia I). For anyone familiar with the house, my drawing is not 100% accurate but it is pretty close. This was my first “axo” but it definitely won’t be my last; I love the process and the distinct style (one which has a long history and many modern masters). The base drawing is above and studies of the house’s windows and materials are below. Next we’ll be working on perspective drawings, so expect to see my attempt in the next couple weeks!

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