Color Drawing: A Marker/Colored-Pencil Approach for Architects, Landscape Architects, Interior and Graphic Designers, and Artists

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Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1980 - Art - 320 pages
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Shows how to use colored pencils and felt-tip markers to create architectural drawings with greater impact and aesthetic appeal. Beautifully illustrated in color. "An excellent book. Highly recommended".--Library Journal. Illustrated.

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Contents

Acknowledgments
6
Abstract Material Indications 24 Light Shade
49
Definitions and Mixing Basics
157
Copyright

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MIKE DOYLE is a Web development and training expert who has taught courses on HTML, XML, FrontPage, Dreamweaver, and Adobe PageMill. He is the founder of PUBSNET, a tools training company, and The Editors, a Web development group. Doyle has been a featured presenter at numerous regional and national conferences on Web technologies.

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