Materials can be shown on interior elevations simplistically with notes only, or various line textures can be drawn to help visually convey differences in materials. This latter method is particularly helpful when an interior elevation is complex and needs to convey a lot of information — which can be difficult with just simple line drawings, as illustrated in Figure 7-19. In small-scaled elevation drawings, some liberty can be taken in simplifying an object or material that is complicated and cannot be accurately drawn at that scale. For example, a highly decorative raised wood panel on a kitchen cabinet may have to be blocked out in panel proportions
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