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I'm studying architecture, and I'm having problems with some of my classes.
I've taken a lot of theorical classes, but I'm new to the practical ones, the ones where I actually have to design a place, make scale models, croquis, etc... Those are the classes that are taking me down, mostly because I'm still unable to see small details that can harm the whole idea. I've tried asking my teachers or classmates, but they can't give me a good reason nor explain me a way to understand the assignments (or one that I can understand, probably since I'm getting emotional from the frustration).
So, my question is: Where can I get critique for my assignments? I don't have too many problems with my croquis nor with my drafts (I can ask for critique in the critique center), but my problems are in things like the plan of a project, some details that can be deleted (like a hallway that is useless), things that aren't necessary (like a tall roof), etc...
I don't want to get my work done, but I want to get another view on it, maybe someone can see something in it that I haven't.
Any idea? :C
Try using Sketchup. My Brother uses it for his building projects. Can save a lot of headaches when you realise that there is a lack of headroom on that staircase.
Can you post anything you've done that would give us an idea of specifically where you're having a problem?
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