Are conventional blueprints still in trend?
Architectural designs are no longer made in the format of a blueprint as digitalization has taken over the domain of conventional design types as well. The only difference is in the time and effort it consumes to create an architecture design illustration. Suppose you are asked to create an illustration for a house’s interior and exterior. If you begin to draw the design on paper, you never know how long it will take you or you will be able to complete the drawing on time. I think all such domains have to be considered beforehand. But to me, digital illustrations are a lot easier. What is your suggestion?