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STAN GUIDERA is an Assistant Professor in Architectural/Environmental Design Studies in the College of Technology at Bowling Green State University. He teaches design studios, advanced CAD courses and computer rendering and animation. He is a registered architect and has used computer-aided design extensively in professional practice.
Drawing tools template
Sketch object and geometry-object template
3D-Modeling tool template
“Tracing paper” overlay Workspace grid
Figure 1. Architectural Studio’s drawing tools and interface.
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