draftsman

[ US /ˈdɹæftsmən/ ]
NOUN
  1. a skilled worker who draws plans of buildings or machines
  2. an artist skilled at drawing
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How To Use draftsman In A Sentence

  • Since draughtsmanship was the foundation of all his art, engravings, etchings, lithographs, linocuts, and drawings poured from him in astonishing quantity and quality.
  • For the next four years Mr. Etaix worked for Tati as a draughtsman, gagman and ultimately as an assistant director on "My Uncle. Still Clowning Around
  • The paintings reveal Terry's skill as a draughtsman and colourist.
  • I have called draughtsmanship of this quality an inheritance -- I might have called it perhaps with better propriety a monument. First and Last
  • She told how he had given up his lucrative career as a design draughtsman to ‘do the job he loved’.
  • After leaving school he trained in Leven as an engineering draughtsman, then spent his National Service with the Royal Army Medical Corps in Aldershot.
  • Socialist affiliations are recorded in the memoirs of the stone-mason Nadaud, the draughtsman Perdiguier and Suzanne Voilquin, who was a needlewoman.
  • He was a gifted draughtsman, watercolorist and landscape artist.
  • For some years he had worked in the advertising field as a mechanical draftsman, and he had learned, among other techniques, the use of the airbrush.
  • Powell's florid story and Makinen's elegant draftsmanship create a vision of Dracula more satisfyingly cinematic than many of the movies, and they give both him and Holmes a super-villain and - hero look, which seems appropriate. 3 books about Dracula
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