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你的手绘本将如何阐述你?
What Does Your Sketchbook Say About You?

由专筑网李韧,杨帆编译

手绘本:这也许是你进入建筑学院之后所买的第一件专业物品,这也可能是你未来生活中不可或缺的一部分。作为建筑师来说,手绘本是记录想法、绘制方案的重要工具。你可以将你的想法通过手绘的方式表达出来,手绘本上的内容会进一步阐述你的性格。

形式主义型

形式主义者的手绘本看上去相当惊人,整齐有序的排版、逻辑清晰的绘制、比例完美的图像,甚至每个作品还配有对应的画笔。如果你是这类型的建筑师,那么你的桌面也应该整洁有序,甚至你会定时整理东西。你周围的人也会对于你的整洁表示惊讶。

The sketchbook: it is probably the first thing you buy in architecture school, and, the thing you hold on to most dearly. It is one of the most important tools to help document, problem-solve, and archive your journey as an architect. The sketchbook is the physical extension of one’s architectural mind, and the way one organizes it says a lot about the holder. What does your sketchbook say about you? Read on to find out:

The Formalist
The formalist always has their sketchbooks neatly organized, complete with a clear hierarchy, the perfect ratio of drawings to notes, and of course, a specific corresponding set of pens to write with. If this sounds like you, you probably have little-to-no clutter on your desk, and always come to the office poised and put-together. Colleagues continually ooh-and-aah at the pure beauty and neatness of your sketchbook—good work!

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米开朗基罗型

谁需要文字?你可以运用一种独特的语言来将你的想法和建筑表达出来。当人们看见你的手绘本时,他们会认为艺术学校更加适合你。

自我实现型

人们不理解这样的手绘本是用作手绘还是用作记录琐事。自我实现者的手绘本上列满了未来的任务,它是任务表。如果你是这类人,那么你非常适合团队工作,因为你能够把各项事务安排得井井有条,并激励大家努力完成。

The Michelangelo
Who needs words? You speak a universal language and fill every inch of your sketchbook with immaculate drawings and doodles worthy of the Sistine Chapel. People constantly stare at your sketchbook in amazement and wonder why you did not go to art school.

The Self-Actualizer
People aren’t quite sure if your sketchbook is actually a sketchbook or a bullet journal. Your sketchbook is filled with schedules and lists to get things done, and it serves as a form of visual motivation. If this is you, you probably get pretty exciting during team building activities and are the office motivator—go team!

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拼贴艺术家

拼贴艺术家的手绘本并不是真正用于写生。里面遍布着剪报、杂志、各种旅游纪念品,甚至一些让人产生灵感的物件,这些东西主要来源于Pinterest中的优秀作品,以及Instagrams中的励志名言。

过度紧张型

这类人都拥有一本完美的手绘本,甚至他们还准备了12本作为备份,防止手绘本用完,或者是厂家已经停止生产这种手绘本的情况发生。如果你也拥有一整套手绘本和配套工具,那么你也属于这类人。

The Collager
The collager’s sketchbook isn’t really a sketchbook. Your sketchbook is bursting at the seams with clippings from magazines, travel mementos, and whatever other inspiration you can stuff between the pages. Collagers are typically caught scrolling Pinterest at work and caption their Instagrams with inspirational quotes.

The Over-Prepared One
You found the perfect sketchbook, and have 12 back-ups lined up on your back wall waiting to be filled, just in case you unexpectedly finish your current sketchbook, or, even worse, the manufacturer stops making them altogether. You also have a complete set of pens and markers, several boxes of paper clips and rolls of trace-paper at your desk, ready to go!

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想法记录型

当看到这种手绘本时,人们心里的第一个想法往往是“这是手绘么”?这类人与米开朗琪罗类型的人相反,他们会在手绘本上通过文字记录下满满的想法,而不是普通的手绘。此类人在开会讨论时总能发表出长篇大论。

事无巨细型

这类人的手绘本往往代表了他们的日常生活,上面满是各种想法、日历、密码等琐碎事务。手绘本是这类人最亲密的朋友,需要通过查看记录来明确自己下一步要做什么。然而,如果是这样的话,你应该考虑是否需要调整自己的状态。

The Scribe
When looking at a scribe’s sketchbook, the first thought that comes to people’s minds are, “where are the sketches?” The scribes are the polar opposite of the Michelangelos—the pages of your sketchbook are lined top to bottom with notes illustrating your thoughts not through sketches, but words. You have impeccable penmanship and always have something profound to say during meetings.

The Everything-but-the-Kitchen-Sink
Your sketchbook holds your entire life: thoughts, calendars, passwords, basically everything but the kitchen sink. It is one of your closest pals—it accompanies you wherever you go, and you would be lost without it. If this is the case, you may have a borderline-unhealthy relationship and should maybe consider taking a step back.

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“足智多谋”型

“当休息的时候你是否真的需要一本手绘本?”这类人喜欢随意地记录自己的想法与构思,并不会局限在一本本子上。在别人看来,这类人足智多谋,但他们的桌面却总是有些凌乱。这类人对生活往往持冷静的态度。

达芬奇型

这类人的手绘本里记录了许多想法与秘密。这种人能够完全理解自己的想法,周围的人很想知道他们的手绘本里记录了些什么,但是都不敢打开它,甚至在偶尔瞥见时,会发现里面的内容反而更让自己困惑。

文中图片来源:Andrea Vasquez

The "Resourceful" One
“Who really needs a sketchbook when you've got all of this spare paper lying around?!” You like to write and draw on whatever is next to you, and your sketches are scattered throughout thousands of different sheets of paper. You tell people you are being "resourceful," but your desk is always something of a mess. The resourceful ones additionally have a chill attitude about life and enjoy driving with the windows down.

The Da Vinci
The Da Vinci’s notebook is filled with secrets and ideas of master ingenuity. The only person fully able to comprehend any of it is the owner themself; everyone yearns to know what is inside, but is afraid to open it and even when people catch a glimpse, they’re left even more confused than they were to begin with.

Images for this article were kindly provided by Andrea Vasquez.


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