Easy AutoCAD

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Windcrest/McGraw-Hill, 1993 - Architecture - 365 pages
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The most comprehensive, user-friendly guide to this popular design software, now revised and expanded to cover all the new features. Emphasizing the importance of a "total project" design approach, John Hood demystifies every aspect of AutoCAD, from basic drawing to three-dimensional modeling and AutoLISP programming.

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Jirst steps
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Dm wing cons traction
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Relocating entities
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About the author (1993)

John Hood began his journey at Full Sail, where he was a Course Director for computer animation. After moving to California to work in interactive entertainment, he gained experience working for many major companies in the field such as Eidos, Microsoft., and Oddworld Inhabitants. He is currently a Technical Animator at Sony Pictures Imageworks in Los Angeles where he is working on the feature film "Open Season." His interactive entertainment credits include Soul Reaver I and II, Age of Mythology, and Stranger.

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