PRIN. OF DRAFTING AND SHOP DRAWINGS - OD1641 - LESSON 1/TASK 3
OBLIQUE DRAWING PROBLEM WITH
A ROUNDED SURFACE.
Figure 64 (on the following page) is the solution and was derived by performing the
To the best of your ability, make a freehand sketch of the solution (view
Step 2. Using very light lines, lay out a rectangular box whose height, width, and
length corresponds to the height, width, and length given in the orthographic
views. In this example, a basic cylinder shape was substituted for the rectangular
shape (views B, C, and D).
Step 3. Using very light lines, lay out the specific details of the object. In
this example, the round portions of the object are all positioned so that they
appear in the front view or in views parallel to the front view. This positioning
makes the object easier to draw (views E and F).
Step 4. Erase all excess lines and smudges, check your work, and draw in all lines
to their final color and configuration (view G).