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    Quote Originally Posted by TimSpangler View Post
    You are creating geometry form 2 separate disciplines. I would make it 2 separate drawings.
    ok, so for the double door swing, there is 3 lays, right?

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    For the door I see 2 layers

    for the rocker I see 3 layers
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    Look back at your very first post. See the words Draw the double door symbol...?

    If you're going to be using this symbol in more than one location in your drawing or in more than one drawing wouldn't it be a good idea to create a block?

    It's your assignment. I kind of expect you would know what your instructor is looking for right? Please tell us you did not skip class the day the assignment was handed out because the weather was so nice you just had to play frisbee with your dog.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TimSpangler View Post
    For the door I see 2 layers

    for the rocker I see 3 layers
    ok whew, yeah, i was thinking 2 for the door, that is where i got confused. ^^

    this is becoming very overwhelming for some reason, i have a feeling i should've sat through this unit in one sitting, but instead i spread it out over a span of three days, now my mind is kinda.. scattered, and i am panicking

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    Look back at your very first post. See the words Draw the double door symbol...?

    If you're going to be using this symbol in more than one location in your drawing or in more than one drawing wouldn't it be a good idea to create a block?

    It's your assignment. I kind of expect you would know what your instructor is looking for right? Please tell us you did not skip class the day the assignment was handed out because the weather was so nice you just had to play frisbee with your dog.
    lol no, this exercise will not be used again, this is the final exercise of the unit, then we start with something totally different after this, that is why it isn't totally necessary to hold onto it for future projects, but i do keep all of the work i've done, just in case i ever need to go back to it, 6 unit's have gone by, and i never had to backtrack though, except for a few specialization exercises, but that is stated in a very obvious manner.

    This, on the other hand, is just a one time deal ^.^

    Unless he's planning to pull this out when we least expect it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Numerics View Post
    ok whew, yeah, i was thinking 2 for the door, that is where i got confused. ^^

    this is becoming very overwhelming for some reason, i have a feeling i should've sat through this unit in one sitting, but instead i spread it out over a span of three days, now my mind is kinda.. scattered, and i am panicking
    Lets look at them as 2 separate drawings: The Door & The Rocker

    Lets focus on one at a time: The Rocker (since it will take the longest)
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    Thank you for clearing that up for me. I shall exit the conversation and let Tim guide you. I wish you well in your class.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TimSpangler View Post
    Lets look at them as 2 separate drawings: The Door & The Rocker

    Lets focus on one at a time: The Rocker (since it will take the longest)
    okay, i don't even know where to start with that..., should i start with the circle and polygon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    Thank you for clearing that up for me. I shall exit the conversation and let Tim guide you. I wish you well in your class.
    Thank you for your help, ReMark ^.^

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    Start a new drawing, SaveAs - Rocker.

    Then start by creating the layers. Were you given properties for layers? (color, linetype, etc)
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