Section Perspective (by hand)
I just started my second year of architecture in September, and my first assignment is making a section perspective of Villa La Roche, Paris, by Le Corbusier.
We were supposed to learn the method of how to make a section perspective by hand (with t-square, ruler, and triangle) during the second semester of the first year of architecture. Unfortunately because of the coronavirus situation, we missed a lot of geometry classes. Therefore our professor did not explained us how to draw a section perspective in the first year.
Before giving us this second year assignement, the professor quickly explained how to make a section perspective, but I did not understand much. In my opinion, you need to take time to explain students how to draw section perspective because it is a very important technical architectural drawing.
I've looked everywhere on the internet how to draw a section perspective but my only results are pictures of section perspectives or methods of section perspective on architecture softwares (SketchUp, CAD etc). The Ching does explain it in Architectural Graphics but very briefly.
So my question is : How do you draw a section perspective by hand (with t-square, ruler, and triangle)?
Thank you very much.