Instructions for Rowley s Rapid Sketch System (Stk# DYC60) Part 1  Understanding How Each Component Works


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1 I4D Instructions for Rowley s Rapid Sketch System (Stk# DYC60) Part 1  Understanding How Each Component Works Rowley s Rapid Sketch Board (Stk# DYC61) and Tracing Paper Pad (Stk# DYC62) Quickly draw perfectly straight lines on tracing paper without a ruler. The entire board is made up of tiny grooves that guide your pen or pencil in a straight line. The lined grid is only a guide for drawing to scale. You can draw a straight line anywhere on the board with a pencil or pen. The tracing paper is erasable and can be photocopied. 3. Apply mild pressure and draw a line on or parallel to any line on the grid. 1. Position one sheet of tracing paper over the grid. Rowley s Rapid Sketch Board (Stk# DYC61) 8 1/2" x 12" Grid Lines Tracing Paper Pad (Stk# DYC62) 9"x 12" Pencil Lines 2. Place a pencil or pen on the tracing paper and hold it 90 from the surface of the paper as shown below. Dusting Brush (Stk# DYC63) The tracing paper included with the kit is completely erasable providing the line was drawn with erasable pen or pencil. However, using your hand to remove the eraser debris can smear your drawing and dirty your hand. 90 The naturally soft bristles of the dusting brush will gently remove eraser debris, prevent smudging, and help keep your hands clean. Simply sweep the brush across the surface of the tracing paper to remove debris. Compass Ruler (Stk# DYC64 ) Using the Protractor Measure or draw angles in 5 increments up to 180. The Compass Ruler is four tools in one: a Compass, Protractor, US Standard Ruler, and Metric Ruler. Parts of the Compass Rotator Pivot Point Protractor Adjustable Radius Indicator Pointers Measuring an Angle Place the pivot point where lines (1) and (2) meet. Align the bottom of the protractor on line (1). Read the top set of numbers from left to right. The number that lines up with line (2) is the degree of the angle. Metric Ruler US Standard Ruler Using the Compass You can draw circles from 1" (2.5 cm) in diameter up to 9.4" (23.9 cm) in diameter. Simply slide the adjustable radius indicator (shown above) across the ruler until a pointer lines up with the desired radius. For example, if you want to draw a circle with a 6" diameter the radius would be 3". Slide the adjustable radius indicator until either pointer lines up with the 3" mark. Mark a dot on the paper where the center of the circle should be and position the pivot point over the dot.take the tip of your index finger, place it on the rotator, and press down to hold in place. On the adjustable radius indicator, insert a pencil into the hole above the pointer aligned with the desired radius. Rotate the ruler completely to draw a circle. 1 (2) 45 Angle 90 (1) Drawing an Angle (A) Draw a straight line. Mark the point where the angles will meet. (B) Place the pivot point over the mark. Align the bottom of the protractor on the line. Read the top set of numbers from left to right and mark the desired angle. (C) Use the straight edge of the ruler to draw a line from the first mark through the angle mark. (A) (C) 15 Angle 90 (B) 15 Angle Using the Ruler You can measure or draw straight lines. One edge of the ruler is US Standard measuring from 0" to 5". The other edge is Metric measuring from 0 cm to 12 cm.
2 Protractor Ruler (Stk# DYC65) The Protractor Ruler is three tools in one: a 360 protractor, US Standard Ruler, and Metric Ruler. The Protractor Ruler pivots and folds for easy storage. Using the Protractor Ruler to Transfer Angles 1. Measure the angle of the window using our Heavy Duty Protractor (Stk# DYC12 Available Separately). Pivot At 180, the Protractor Ruler becomes a US Standard Ruler measuring from 0" to 12" every 1/ 16 " and a Metric Ruler measuring from 0 to 30 centimeters. US Standard Ruler 360 Protractor 125 Angle Heavy Duty Protractor (Stk# DYC12). Reading the Dial The dial is marked in 5 increments from 0 to 360. Metric Ruler 2. First draw all horizontal and vertical lines to scale using the tracing paper and Rowley s Rapid Sketch Board (Stk# DYC61). 3. Remove tracing paper and set the protractor dial to the measured angle. Line up with the drawing. Hold in place and draw. Press Here with forefinger to hold in place. Numbers are written every 15. Single Degree Indicator Marks 1 increments up to 5 to the left or right of the number. Set dial to 125 and draw angle. Press Here with thumb to hold in place. How To Use Rowley s Rapid Sketch System (Stk# DYC60) Components You can draw doors, windows, and window treatments to scale using Rowley s Rapid Sketch System. Step 1 To design a decorative treatment, take measurements of the window, door, or group of windows and doors. We suggest using the Heavy Duty Protractor (Stk# DYC12) for determining angles. Use the included Protractor Ruler (Stk# DYC65) for duplicating angles to scale on the tracing paper. Step 2 Decide which perspective to use by correctly orienting Rowley s Rapid Sketch Board (Stk# DYC61). The Tall Perspective is best for drawing a window or door up to 70" wide by 100" high. The Wide Perspective is best for drawing a window or door larger than 70" wide by 100" high or a series of windows and doors spanning a wall up to 250" wide by 175" high. Step 3 Place one sheet of tracing paper from the Tracing Paper Pad (Stk# DYC62) on the sketch board grid. Using the measurements taken in Step 1, draw all the straight lines of the window or door according to the scale on the board. If you have an arch window, remove the tracing paper from the sketch board and draw the arch freehand or use the Compass Ruler (Stk# DYC64) to draw an arch with a perfect semicircle. If you need to make changes, use the Dusting Brush (Stk# DYC63) to sweep away any eraser debris from the drawing. Step 4 After completing the drawing of your window or door, you can do several different things: 1) Continue drawing on the same piece of tracing paper and use the grid on the sketch board to draw the lines of the window treatment to scale. 2) Make multiple photocopies of the drawing and sketch various ideas for window treatments. 3) Take a piece of tracing paper and place it over the photocopy of the window. Sketch a window treatment. Place the sketch back on the grid of the Rowley s Rapid Sketch Board (Stk# DYC61) and determine the actual measurements of the window treatment
3 Rowley Co Rev. 5/7/2004 Part 2  Drawing To Scale Using Rowley s Rapid Sketch Board (Stk# DYC61) Drawing to scale simply means drawing an object proportionately smaller or larger than actual size. Rowley s Rapid Sketch Board (Stk# DYC61) was designed for drawing windows, doors, and window treatments to scale. Created with a special grid, the sketch board reduces an object proportionately to fit on a piece of 9" x 12" tracing paper. After drawing a window or door to scale, you can also design and draw the window treatment to scale and gather measurements from your drawings. Rowley s Rapid Sketch Board (Stk# DYC61) contains a drawing grid made up of 1,750 small squares. Each square actually measures 1 / 5 " x 1 / 5 ". If you place a piece of tracing paper on the grid and draw a line across one square, the line will measure 1 / 5 ". Draw a line across five squares and the line will measure 1". Every fifth horizontal and vertical line is bold for faster counting. Using the grids actual scale of 1 square = 1 / 5 ", a window or door would be drawn life size, unable to fit on the tracing paper. By assigning a measurement larger than 1 / 5 " for each square on the grid, a window or door can be reduced proportionately to fit on the tracing paper. The drawing grid was created with two Suggested Scales. Each scale uses a different measurement per square. The scales are labeled Tall Perspective and Wide Perspective. In the Tall Perspective the Suggested Scale is 1 small square = 2" or 1 large bold square = 10". Using this scale, a line representing a 30" wide window will be drawn across 15 small squares, which is 3" wide. Rotate the board 90 left to the Wide Perspective and the Suggested Scale is 1 small square = 5" or 1 large bold square = 25". According to this scale, a line representing a 30" wide window will be drawn across 6 small squares, which is 1 1 / 5 " wide. The larger the number assigned to each square, the smaller the object will become. If you have a design that requires a different scale, you can create your own by assigning a measurement to each square. For example, 1 small square = 10". The size of the object will determine which scale to use, the Tall Perspective or the Wide Perspective. The Tall Perspective is designed for drawing objects to scale when the actual size is smaller than 70" wide and 100" high. This perspective would be very useful in designing window treatments for single windows or doors. The window on the right shows the actual size of a 30" x 60" window drawn to scale using the Tall Perspective. The Wide Perspective is designed for drawing objects to scale smaller than 250" wide and 175" high in actual size. This perspective would be very useful in designing window treatments for multiple windows or doors spanning a wall. The example below shows the actual size of three 30" x 60" windows drawn to scale using the Wide Perspective. Instructions for Rowley s Rapid Sketch System (Stk# DYC60) Actual Size of a 30" x 60" Window Drawn To Scale Using The Tall Perspective Suggested Scale 1 square = 2" Actual Size of a 30" x 60" Window Drawn To Scale Using The Wide Perspective Suggested Scale 1 square = 5"  3 
4 ark. Insert a pencil in the Drawing a Perfect SemiCircle to Scale Note: The following instructions are for drawing perfect semicircles. All other archs should be drawn freehand. Repeat the process to 1. Place a piece of tracing paper on the sketch board 2. Place the pivot point of the Compass Ruler (Stk# and draw all horizontal and vertical lines to scale. Include DYC64) over the center mark of the arch window base a line for the arch window base (shown below). Mark line. Place your index finger on the pivot point. Slide the center of the arch window base line. Measure to the Adjustable Radius Indicator until either hole lines scale and mark the height of the arch window directly up over the height mark. Insert a pencil in the hole and above it. Remove the tracing paper. draw a semicircle. Repeat the process to draw the molding. Height Center Base Line Height Center Base Line Using Your Drawing (Three Options) After you have finished drawing the window to scale, you can try any of the following options: Option 1 Continue drawing on the sketch board and tracing paper to design a window treatment to scale (shown in Figures for Option 1 below). This is a great way to transfer photos and pictures of window treatments from magazines and books to your scale drawing. Use our Picture Enlarger (Stk# DYC11) to help determine the window treatment size from a photo or picture. Figures for Option 1 Option 2 Make multiple photocopies of your drawing. Design and sketch various window treatments on the photocopies (shown in Figures for Option 2 below). What a wonderful way to brainstorm or offer your customer several window treatment designs to choose from! Figures for Option 2 PHOTOCOPY DESIGN 1 DESIGN 2 Figures for Option 3 Option 3 Place a piece of tracing paper over a photocopy of your finished window drawing and sketch a window treatment. Remove the sketch from the photocopy and place it on the grid of the Rowley s Rapid Sketch Board (Stk# DYC61) (shown in Figures for Option 3). This is excellent for planning and determining what you will need before constructing your design PHOTOCOPY PHOTOCOPY
5 Rowley Co Part 3  Drawing 3D Perspectives Rev. 5/7/2004 Instructions for Rowley s Rapid Sketch System (Stk# DYC60) Rowley s Rapid Sketch Board (Stk# DYC61) helps you create 3 Dimensional Perspectives for drawing corner windows and bay windows. The purpose of a 3D Perspective is for representation only. It is impossible to draw an entire 3D perspective to scale. If window treatment measurements need to be taken from the drawing later on, it is best to draw each window individually head on. Special lines on the grid, angled at 15, guide you in drawing 3D Perspectives. They are for drawing ceiling and floor lines. For example, turn the sketch board to the Wide Perspective and place a piece of tracing paper over the drawing grid. Draw a vertical line on the grid as shown in Figure A. Rotate the tracing paper counter clockwise. Place the line on the 15 Angle Line. Draw a vertical line connecting the two lines as shown in Figure B. Remove the tracing paper from the grid to see the results as shown in Figure C. The figure can represent the corner of a ceiling or floor. The 15 Angle Lines are only a guide and do not follow the grooves on the sketch board. You cannot draw on the lines. Figure A Figure B Figure C 15 Angle Lines The first step in drawing a 3D Perspective for corner windows or bay windows is to take detailed measurements of the area you wish to draw. You will need to know the height and width of the walls, dimensions of the windows, and the distance of the windows from the ceiling, floor, corner, other windows, etc. Drawing Corner Windows to Scale Using the 3D Perspective 1. Draw a line representing the corner of two walls in the center of the tracing paper. Draw all the vertical lines to scale. 2. Rotate the tracing paper counter clockwise and place the corner line on the 15 Angle Line. Starting from the corner line, draw a line the width of the wall or smaller. This is the ceiling line. If needed, draw a duplicate line parallel to the ceiling line to represent molding. Do not draw 15 Angle Lines for the windows. 3. Rotate the tracing paper counter clockwise and place the corner line on the opposite 15 Angle Line. Starting from the corner line, draw a line the width of the wall or smaller. This is the floor line. If needed, draw a duplicate line parallel to the first line to represent the molding. 4. Continue rotating the tracing paper counter clockwise until you have drawn all the ceiling and floor lines
6 5. Due to 3D Perspective, all horizontal lines on the window have to be drawn at various angles depending on the observers eye level. Remove the drawing from the sketch board and use the Compass Ruler (Stk# DYC64) to draw the horizontal lines for each window by eye. Drawing Bay Windows Using the 3D Perspective The technique used for drawing a 3D Perspective of a Bay Window is almost the same as drawing a 3D Perspective for a Corner Window. You will start by drawing all the vertical lines and include any horizontal lines as shown in drawing number one below. Draw the ceiling and floor lines with the help of the 15 Angle Lines. Using the Compass Ruler, draw all the horizontal lines by eye for the side windows Updated on 2/19/08
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