Multiple delineation projects explored the use of hand rendering techniques in various media, including pen and ink, marker and watercolor. Subjects included scenery from a study abroad trip, Texas sculptures, local fenestrations and campus buildings. Each project studied a different aspect of architecture, whether design, construction, culture or materials. This method is sometimes thought of as outdated and is often neglected or even lost as technology advances. However, the profession demands that architects be able to sketch ideas and observations in a quick, efficient and beautiful manner to effectively communicate a design. The skill involved in producing an artistic rendering or a study sketch will be a prized attribute in years to come.