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Drawing Geometry

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ISBN : 0863156088
Genre : Architecture
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Teaches professionals how to draw two-dimensional geometric shapes in simple step-by-step instructions.

Drawing Geometric

Author : Tilman Zitzmann
ISBN : 9781631061653
Genre : Art
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Let your creativity flow by drawing amazing geometric shapes! Whether you're a beginning artist looking for a way to get in touch with your creative side, a harried executive looking for a meditative hobby to reduce stress, or are already an experienced artist, learning to draw geometrically can expand your horizons, giving you a new angle on how you view your world. Even if the thought of drawing daunts you, anyone can draw simple shapes like triangles, circles, squares, and hexagons. This kit will show you how to put those shapes together in surprising ways and patterns. This kit includes: - Hypotroid Spirograph Stencil Ruler for creating amazing spiral drawings - Two 8x6 geometric drawing stencils featuring a wide variety of geometric shapes - 112 page drawing tablet with illustraitions and prompts to guide you on your journey of drawing geometric - Plus empty pages for your own amazing creations!

Making Geometry

Author : Jon Allen
ISBN : 0863159141
Genre : Art
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Following on from his successful Drawing Geometry, Jon Allen explores the creation of the many-sided three-dimensional forms known as the Platonic and Archimedean solids. Based on patterns of equally spaced points on a sphere, these polyhedra have been the fundamentals of geometric exploration for millennia.Many professionals find they need to be able to build three-dimensional shapes accurately, and understand the principles behind them. This unique book shows them how to make models of all the Platonic and Archimedean solids, as well as several other polyhedra and stellated forms. It provides step-by-step instructions for constructing the three-dimensional forms, as well as showing how to draw out accurately the geometry of the paperfold nets.Beginners and experienced artists and designers alike will find this book a source of practical guidance, as well as delight and inspiration which will amply repay the careful attention needed to construct the models.

Ruler And Compass

Author : Andrew Sutton
ISBN : 9780802717764
Genre : Mathematics
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An introduction to geometry without measurements.

Order In Space

Author : Keith Critchlow
ISBN : OCLC:609515531
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Beautiful Geometry

Author : Eli Maor
ISBN : 9781400848331
Genre : Mathematics
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If you've ever thought that mathematics and art don't mix, this stunning visual history of geometry will change your mind. As much a work of art as a book about mathematics, Beautiful Geometry presents more than sixty exquisite color plates illustrating a wide range of geometric patterns and theorems, accompanied by brief accounts of the fascinating history and people behind each. With artwork by Swiss artist Eugen Jost and text by math historian Eli Maor, this unique celebration of geometry covers numerous subjects, from straightedge-and-compass constructions to intriguing configurations involving infinity. The result is a delightful and informative illustrated tour through the 2,500-year-old history of one of the most important branches of mathematics.

Islamic Geometric Patterns

Author : Eric Broug
ISBN : 050028721X
Genre : Art
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Geometric patterns are perhaps the most recognizable visual expressions of Islamic art and architecture, magnificent in their beauty and awe-inspiring in their execution. Now, with the aid of this book, anyone can learn how to master this ancient art and create intricate patterns or re-create classic examples. An introduction guides the reader through the basics, and is followed by some of the best examples of geometric patterns from around the world, arranged into three levels of complexity, with careful, step-by-step instructions taking the reader through the stages of composition. The book also includes a CD-ROM, allowing you to experiment with Islamic geometric patterns on the computer.

Islamic Patterns

Author : Keith Critchlow
ISBN : 0805205373
Genre : Art
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Architectural Geometry

Author : Helmut Pottmann
ISBN : STANFORD:36105130547487
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 83. 58 MB
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The Geometry Of Creation

Author : Robert Bork
ISBN : 9781351888974
Genre : History
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The flowering of Gothic architecture depended to a striking extent on the use of drawing as a tool of design. By drawing precise "blueprints" with simple tools such as the compass and straightedge, Gothic draftsmen were able to develop a linearized architecture of unprecedented complexity and sophistication. Examination of their surviving drawings can provide valuable and remarkably intimate information about the Gothic design process. Gothic drawings include compass pricks, uninked construction lines, and other telltale traces of the draftsman's geometrically based working method. The proportions of the drawings, moreover, are those actually intended by the designer, uncompromised by errors introduced in the construction process. All of these features make these drawings ideal subjects for the study of Gothic design practice, but their geometry has to date received little systematic attention. This book offers a new perspective on Gothic architectural creativity. It shows, in a series of rigorous geometrical case studies, how Gothic design evolved over time, in two senses: in the hours of the draftsman's labor, and across the centuries of the late Middle Ages. In each case study, a series of computer graphics show in unprecedented detail how a medieval designer could have developed his architectural concept step by step, using only basic geometrical operations. Taken together, these analyses demonstrate both remarkable methodological continuity across the Gothic era, and the progressive development of new and sophisticated permutations on venerable design themes. This rich tradition ultimately gave way in the Renaissance not because of any inherent problem with Gothic architecture, but because the visual language of Classicism appealed more directly to the pretensions of Humanist princes than the more abstract geometrical order of Gothic design, as the book's final chapter demonstrates.

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