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Linear Perspective without Vanishing Points

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Publication Date: 01/01/1961

36 pages

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This book has been prepared expressly for those who wish to use a quick and dramatic method of picturing the three dimensions of objects at on accurate scale. Concerned with orthogonal perspective, it includes both an elementary presentation for those not interested in the geometry of the system, and an advanced discussion for those interested in the theory.

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