My process for sketching is like any other you would learn from an architect or designer, but I like to keep different files in Procreate that serve as guides, templates, or practice sheets for myself. Currently I am working with this one: The order in which I do these drawing types depends on the idea or project, and I’ll usually need to do each several times to get on the right track: 1) THE VOLUMETRICS - Abstracting and deconstructing basic geometries, serves as a warm-up 2) 1-POINT PERSPECTIVE - I start arranging 3d shapes in space to figure out proportions 3) 2-POINT PERSPECTIVE - This is best for presenting an idea, whether it is digital or analog 4) 3-POINT PERSPECTIVE - I rarely use this one, but can help for dramatic or stylized views 5) TECHNICAL VIEWS - This section serves to organize the ideas explored, and make sure that the structure, composition, and communication of the design is coming through. 6) THE MONEYSHOT - This is the one that will make the client say “YES”, it is meant to get some shock value to increase interest for the idea and increase the energy of the conversation. Of course, there isn’t one right way or wrong way to sketch or draw. This approach is my derivative from many years of using the sketch as an essential tool in my process, and it is not to say it is the best but it is what I find useful today. As you can see by this time-lapse, although the result may look organized, the process is very chaotic, messy, and sometimes without hierarchy.