Re: computer vs freehand drawing (II)

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Posted by  Zeid on September 09, 2002 at 01:19:47:

In Reply to:  Re: computer vs freehand drawing (II) posted by bsp on September 08, 2002 at 23:55:10:

you said: "a good architectural drawing is always constructed actively by the person making it using what tools are appropriate & available"
computer is a "high tech" tool,no one is questioning that,but as a DIRECT tool for invention and creativity(i doubt)
you said:"many illustrators use pencil-type input devices to draw "by hand" directly into their computer drawing"
this is a victory for the "free hand" direct creativity not for the medium(clearly independently speaking of media)
the invention of perspective was a "high tech"tool in the time of Renaissance,was it a the ONLY sacred spark of ignition to creativity in the architectural history,the answer definitely is no!
the computer is a VERY important medium i agree with that,can we ONLY depend on conputers to translate our architectural perception?

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