That is the "T Ruler"... the traditional tool of Architects. Not as clumsy or random as an Autocad. An elegant tool, for a more civilized age...
@bitacovir perhaps adding ruler marks to the handle portion of it? I could see how it would look like a hammer to someone, even though for me I recognized it immediately as a Ruler (didn't know it's official name though till now).
As I said above, its not a ruler but a "T square", they don't traditionally have any numbers on them, you use it to draw horizontal lines but you also use it to sit another square on it to give you lines on other angles.Kunda1 wrote: ↑Thu Jun 20, 2019 3:20 am@bitacovir perhaps adding ruler marks to the handle portion of it?
Now you know its not a Ruler!
Totally true what you say. But... at Latin america we call it "Regla T". Spanish: Regla=Ruler, because of its shape more similar to a ruler than a square (triangular). And we old architects used to use them as swords to fight for our honor... (Latin America is a savage land)
Did you think of that as you came around the moon?bitacovir wrote: ↑Mon Jun 17, 2019 6:28 pmIn the beginning, it was the white table. And the Architect put the T ruler on position, draw a line and he saw it was good.