and/or detailed drawing. Refer to the Architectural
Graphics Standard (AGS) for complete information on
these kinds of drawings.
When enough sketches have been made, the ideas
developed are put into the form of working drawings.
A working drawing is one made with drawing tools,
such as a T square, triangle, or compass. It is drawn to
exact scale (fig. 5-4).
It provides most of the
information required to build the object. Some features,
like the type of joint, glue, or fasteners, are left to the
discretion of the Builder however.
When working drawings are developed, drafting
standards are followed closely. The drawing should be
centered on the page. Lines should be standard weights.
The drawings should be adequate dimensions and
Figure 5-4.A working drawing of a bookcase.