Assignment D7

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Assignment D7

Unread postby A80592 » June 24th, 2019, 9:23 pm

How to do convert a wall eg. Kitchen cupboards into a quarter inch scale
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Re: Assignment D7

Unread postby LH1 » August 18th, 2019, 12:20 pm

You have to measure the cupboards etc so you have those and can convert to the 1/4 scale and use that to draw the elevation.
Hope that helps. Lesley
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Re: Assignment D7

Unread postby bradschlagheck » August 30th, 2019, 6:08 pm

On the elevation rough sketch, do there need to be measurements like on the floor plan rough sketch? It doesn't show them on the assignment or in the text. But then when making the real elevation plan, I would then measure everything and then draw them in 1/4 scale correct? Any help would be appreciated!
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Re: Assignment D7

Unread postby AFreeman » March 14th, 2020, 8:37 pm

Yes I'm confused on this as well. Wish it was easier to get help with theses questions...
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Re: Assignment D7

Unread postby Dhru » April 24th, 2020, 12:14 am

Measure kitchen cupboard using regular tape. Let's imagine the cupboard height is 5'6" and width is 3'6". Now, draw that dimension using 1/4" scale. For 1/4" scale. 1' of real life is drawn as 1/4" on paper. So, on paper your cupboard will become 5.5" high and 3.5" wide. Yes, you are right, just like floor plan the rough sketch of the elevation drawing should show the measurements. I hope this helps and I didn't confuse you even more.

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