Color Rendering: A Guide for Interior Designers and Architects : Concept, Exploration, Process

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McGraw-Hill, Jan 1, 1997 - Architecture - 141 pages
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Wei Dong has created the most complete color rendering guide for interiors ever compiled. It will help you better visualize and communicate your design by advancing your knowledge and rendering skills and by encouraging you to trust your instincts as you develop the art of rendering. Dong offers a contemporary approach, taking full advantage of the range of manual media now available, as well as addressing the new focus for manual rendering in the electronic era. A gifted teacher, Dong visually instructs you step by step in rendering technique. He provides hundreds of examples of common elements found in residential and commercial interiors, and he suggests methods to develop your presentation in a variety of media and styles.

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Contents

CHAPTER
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Learning
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Shadow Casting and Highlighting
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Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Dong is a professor of interior design at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

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