This is a triangle of clear plastic used for vertical and diagonal line drawing when rested on the edge of the drawing board Sizes vary enormously – do not buy the smallest size or you will have trouble drawing long vertical lines. The length of the longest side should be around 250-3OOmm (10-12″). When you do your final drawing in ink, make sure you buy your set squares with angled edges that eliminate smudging.
Scale Rule http://amzn.to/2xg2hM9
Scale rule A scale rule (or scale) is a narrow strip of plastic the length of a normal ruler and either flat or triangular in shape. It has varying numbers of divisions along each edge on both sides. The divisions are in proportions to actual distances and dimensions and are used for making plans drawn to scale. The scales you will most often use are 1:20,1:50,1:100,1:200 but you will probably find that most scale rules go up to at least 1:12
- 20m roll of 60g tracing paper
- Circular template (HELIX H67) http://amzn.to/1jcG7fj
- Role of Masking tape http://amzn.to/1jcGG8I
- Drawing board – Al with parallel motion.
Option 1 http://amzn.to/1jcGp5X
Option 2 http://amzn.to/1jcGvub
Option 3 http://amzn.to/1jcGwhS
ALTERNATIVE EQUIPMENT SUPPLIERS
Drawing Boards www.drawing-boards.co.uk (This is what I Use)
Online Graphic Supplies
https://www.draftingsuppliesdew.com USA Particularly good for Chartpac pens
http://www.refuelled.com/chartpak-m-11.html?filter_id=21&sort=2a Chartpak Marker Pens UK