why doesn't anyone ever include the second floor?!!
these plans & elevations are really great, btw, but also VERY frustrating!!!! i can't speak for anyone else, but it drives me nuts when i'm looking at something like this & i only get HALF of the picture, y'know? it's like only seeing half of the "Mona Lisa".... i always want to see the bedrooms - how they're arranged, what the hallway flow is like, how convenient are the bathrooms in relation to the bedrooms.... you know, the basics of living a life in that house. you've provided half of the story (or 2 thirds of it, anyway (the exterior & the ground floor))... why not include the bedroom floor? i just don't get it.
PLEASE NOTE: in spite of how this comment may come across, i DO think your work is really, really good. & the exterior renderings are beautiful.
The answer: These were in early development at the time, just putting basic dimensions and plan ideas to cottage style homes in my sketch book. This is very old stuff now! In fact, if you look in the gallery, there should be complete floor plans on fully-developed versions of these, especially Houses 325 and 327. House 326 has a courtyard style plan to it, posted a year ago maybe, in my gallery, an updated perspective sketch as little as one month ago, but no second floor yet. Patience!!!
I spent a long period dormant. Then, around 15 yrs ago I started drawing old houses, and taught myself how to do it, all the way up to designing them the way I do now. Don't be afraid to "re-train." I'm always in training! I don't know about going back to pre-school though. Probably NOT NECESSARY he he..