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From Freehand Drawing To College Writing Essay

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James Chu
Mr. Chris Fell
English 101
2 September 2011
From Freehand Drawing to College Writing: the Value of Critical Thinking A peapod and a human figure, both are quite common objects for a sketching class. However, upon closer observation, Gussow’s architecture students notice that peas come in various shapes, much different from what their memory might recall. The two-minute figure sketches put an emphasis on the human internal structure, just like how architects should design buildings with structure in mind. Gussow’s freehand drawing course illustrates the value of critical thinking to architecture students, a...

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