Stoel's drafting exercises began on page 114 of the Design Visualization book and had us create a number of structures using our drafting board. The top left is a square separated into lines. The bottom three are buildings that we had to do and taught us how to make even lines.
I decided to compare and contrast my project with Haley Preston's. Her project consisted of six levels created with 2 triangles per level. I found her project very clean and stable, unlike mine. I chose her project because in ways it is alike and unlike. I based my project on triangles and my precedent is Chinese architecture. I admire the proximity, continuation, pattern, and craft. She provides not just 12 triangles, but 18. The spaces between the triangles are almost perfectly spaced and creates an invisible layer of triangles. I love the proximity in this project because the spaces were so evenly made and the craft was beautifully done. The craft also made the patterns look so well done.