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    Often the most widely consumed by the general public, architectural renderings are oddly inconsequential in the actual realization of a physical building or structure. Clearly the most common way to engage with a piece of architecture is to simply be there, experiencing the space first hand as the designer intended it. However, when entering the beginning stages of the long architectural process clients understandably prefer to have some idea of what they are investing their time and money in before it’s constructed; enter architectural visualization. Whether it be in the form of a watercolor painting, floor plan, or photorealistic computer generated rendering, these images and drawings are a mere representation of a building that has yet…

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    Working drawings should have top and side, or profile, views. An accurate working drawing is important for two reasons: A copy of the working drawing serves as a template for rough-cutting your car blank. You might be required to submit your working drawing. It could be part of your grade or even be scored for competition points. Many car kits include a large sheet of grid paper intended for the working drawing. Start by measuring and drawing the top and side views of the car blank and then…

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    When looking at the floor plan of the Kaufmann Desert House by Richard Neutra, the first thing that was drawn to my attention was all the similar geometry, specifically the L shaped geometries. They were all different shapes and sizes, and were facing all different directions, There was a sense of repetition embedded within the floor plan. A central axis stood out, and it was obvious that all the L shaped geometries were rotated around this central axis, and then shifted off of it. Diagram one…

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    TVR was always a car company notorious for doing things a little differently. The company has been around since 1947, and despite some turbulent times, has managed to produce some of the most iconic lightweight sports cars the UK has ever seen. Some have been unruly beasts, while others have been highly focused performance machines. The Chimaera however is one model that hit the TVR sweet spot between quirkily designed widow maker and useable weekend toy. With a tried and trusted Rover V8,…

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    you will always find yourself creating new environments, so is a common thought to imagine that a client may ask you to design his/her new living room with a contemporary style, of course, for this design you need to add objects such as furniture in order for the client to have a clear vision of how this space is going to look like. But sometimes objects drawn in one dimension won’t show your whole perception of the space. Two-dimensional drawings will provide the realistic component in your…

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    Stewart said that “from the perspective of ordinary affects, things like narrative and identity become tentative though forceful compositions of disparate and moving elements” (8). Ordinary affects transfigures the most banal practices and objects by juxtaposing and combining them together. For example, still life that Stewart mentioned in her article. Still life is captures the liveness of inanimate objects such as cup and fruit. Because still life drawing always use similar objects and it not…

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    Discuss how two artworks featuring the human figure represent the cultural forces from the world in which they were produced. Art is intuitively reflective of cultural forces that impact societal values and sociology; through representation of the human figure, artists reveal their present insight into culture that has been informed by their personal life and audience. Inherently present in art, these manifestations of culture are contorted throughout time as social paradigms change. Edgar…

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    has it changed since you started? I have drawing life and observations since I was 15 years old - mainly the human figure and mostly pencil drawings. I did this until I was 32 years old. I graduated from the School of Visual Arts, New York, in 2002. There were periods in-between were I hardly drew at all. During my Masters studies at SVA, I started to write conversation quotes I overheard into my drawings. I also started to scan sketchbook drawings into my computer and add colour to them…

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    Laurie Halse Anderson, a young girl named Melinda is raped at a party over the summer and calls the cops. The party is busted and everyone blames Melinda for ruining the fun, even though they did not know the full story. When school starts again, she is friendless and bullied. Nobody knows that she was raped; they think she called the cops because people were drinking. Melinda rarely talks because she is afraid of what people will think when she speaks. The only place where she feels like she…

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    2. Have works by the artist been sold under guarantee in the past? Yes, many works by Picasso have been sold under guarantee in the past. The Auction Guarantee Fund has also guaranteed a work by the artist in the past, Guitare, Verre, Bouteille de Vieuz Marc, which we purchased in May 2014 for $5,373,000 including Buyer’s Premium. 3. Rarity value of the work in question "The theme of the artist and [their] model, or of art in practice, is a corollary of the studio theme," Marie-Laure Bernadac…

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