This four-credit workshop course includes both a seminar and project development format, and develops techniques for both manual and digital drawing and solid modeling as they influence the process of viewing, visualizing, and forming spatial and formal relationships. The course encourages operational connections among different techniques for inquiry and visualization as a critical methodology in the design process, examining the potential for transitioning from one method to another as well as the possibilities of overlapping and combining various techniques and processes. This course introduces digital modeling and drafting using software such as Rhinoceros and AutoCad, while reinforcing fluency in graphic software from the previous semester.