Sure, I have a few (dozen) hand drawn sketches with the basic ideas of our home. They're nothing spectacular, and certainly not even detailed enough to be actual building plans. In a pinch, we might be able to build with them by eye-balling things and playing fast and loose. Nope, sorry, not playing fast and loose with the main cabin... we played that game already with our shaky tent platform!!!
I'm amazed at the plethora of truly wonderful and advanced consumer home design software on the market today. And I should know there are a plethora of them and what features they offer because I've researched a ton of them and taken a few for trial runs. They are absolutely great, allowing 3D renders for virtual walkthroughs and automatic elevation drawings, etc etc. Many even come with whole libraries of materials and furnishings so you can see your home well before you build it. Many of them are very reasonably priced.
So what's got me all cranky? Only the top-of-the-line professional suites or full-on CAD programs will truly handle round structures, building with round post and beam, building with straw bales or other monolithic walls, reciprocating roofs structures, and all the alternative electrical and plumbing we're doing since we're off grid. ARG!!! Seems the consumer suites are really only good for boxes with stick framing. I'm not taking out a mortgage just to buy the software to design my home and draft blueprints and elevations... I'm not a pro and don't want to be!
Sure, I can find a free program to MODEL my house in 3D, but it doesn't have any of the dimensioning tools and I'd have to custom model (or import) any materials or furnishings I wanted. Too much time and effort, and I still couldn't pull a materials and cut-list from it. I can find a couple of cheap 2D design programs to LAYOUT my circular floorplans, but they don't offer automated elevation drawings or any framing other than stick-built (even circular house uses "square" beam and stud layout instead of radial).
So, it looks like I'm going to have to dig out my drafting board and tools to do it all by hand, or Santa is going to have to bring me a $2k+ CAD program.