It looks relatively simple in the end, but it's really a multi-step process. Here's a peek at my latest project, about halfway through:
What you're looking at is three pieces of tracing paper, all taped on top of each other--which is why it seems blurry. The bottom layer is my grid and walls, the middle is what I call "boxing out" my furniture, and on the top layer I've started the styling. After I rough out all of my pieces (I don't have many left) I'll put a piece of vellum on top and trace everything with my drafting pencils. Sound time consuming? It is. I'm curious to see how different (read: faster) this will be when I start learning CADD.
To jog your memory, this is what I did before:
Hopefully I'll have more finished pictures to show you in a couple of weeks. I suppose I could've snapped some from my other class, art history, but I think you know what a pile of textbooks and a cranky Paige looks like.
Are you in school? How's it going? Anybody else in a drawing class?