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Linear Perspective without Vanishing Points

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$65.00 • €48.00

ISBN 9780674183704

Publication Date: 01/01/1961

36 pages

16 halftones


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  • Preface
  • Illustrations
  • Introduction
  • Plate I. Cubes in Plan, Elevation, and Perspective
  • Plate II. Perspective Measurement of Cubes
  • Plate III. Use of Orthogonal Scales
  • Plate IV. Scale, Projection, and Interpolation
  • Plate V. Circles in Perspective
  • Plate VI. Properties of Ellipses
  • Plate VII. Aids to Drawing Ellipses
  • Plate VIII. Perspective of Spheres
  • Plate IX. Isometric Perspective
  • Plate X. Right Trihedron, Trace, and Rabattement
  • Plate XI. A Method of Making Scales
  • Plate XII. Sunlight, Shade, and Shadow
  • Plate XIII. Reflections
  • Conclusion

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