The outburst of computer aided design tools has time and again questioned the relevance of sketching. While pen and paper are increasingly vanishing from the corporate world, they still remain essential to the field of design and architecture. We may have all of Auto CAD, Revit, ArchiCAD, Grasshopper, etc. at our disposal, but the handiness of sketching is unmatched. Today, computers are able enough to create life - like renders, generate accurate construction details, maintain activity logs and track the development of a particular project. Despite it all, can sketching be completely abandoned?