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List of Books for Building Planning and Drawing- 1. Building Planning and Drawing by I K International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd 2. Building. Building Planning and Drawing: With CD containing AutoCAD commands with screen shots, 1/. View Larger. × . About the Book. The book deals with planning . Book Information Sheet. Building Planning and Drawing: With CD containing. AutoCAD commands with screen shots, 1/e. S.S Bhavikatti & M.V. Chitawadagi.
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Chitawadagi Book Summary: The book deals with planning of buildings keeping in view good ventilation, thermal comfort, and acoustic requirements apart from satisfying minimum standards and rules and regulations of local authorities, economy and future expansions are also taken care of in the building planning. Drawings are made to give clear details of the buildings.
The book explains detail in making building drawings with the aid of computer. This book covers the requirement of Building Planning and Drawing course of diploma as well as degree courses. The practising engineers will also find it as an excellent reference book.
Audience of the Book : This book Useful for civil engineering students. Table of Contents: 2. The models are very simple. Franz: Why not just use a computer?
Macaulay: My heart just did a little flutter there. Franz: How did Great Moments in Architecture, which melds humor and architecture, come about? Macaulay: Actually it was done to provide artwork for an exhibition.
It was supposed to be just a collection of drawings for a show that I was invited to have in New York [exhibiting and selling] drawings from Cathedral, City, and Pyramid. So, I decided to create a kind of phony art history book and I drew them pompously and I did all the cross-hatching and all that sort of stuff to give them a sort of integrity, but underneath it all was just total nonsense.
I really love working those two things together, make it look serious, with plate numbers, sketch numbers, notes at the back—I mean, really turn it on its head and making the images themselves undercut the seriousness of the overall appearance. Macaulay: Oh yes, absolutely. Franz: A strong archeological thread runs through all of your work. Is this just fun for you, or is it also a way to critique architecture?
So I thought, well, just take it apart. We take all that stuff for granted and once things are presented to us in so-called history books written by scholars, we assume this must be the truth. How did they know that?
Why did they decide that? Why did they call it sacred? Playing with the idea of how long it took to build cathedrals, Macaulay proposed an improvement—using inflatable cathedrals that could be erected and moved at will.
Franz: After drawing for some 30 years are there still challenges for you? So the projects take longer and longer. Franz: Your next book is on the human body. Will it be similar to the architecture books? Macaulay: Well it is bound to be similar in certain ways.
We start with cells and then move into circulation and respiration and then digestion and then into the brain, which is a long section.
I started it because I felt completely ignorant of the subject. But where is it coming from? And why?
Through Framed Ink you will learn all about order vs. Figure Drawing For All Its Worth Andrew Loomis simply sets the gold standard when it comes to understanding and explaining figure drawing. Even just a few short evenings with Figure Drawing For All Its Worth will instantly make you better at figure drawing — not because it will unlock some magic potential that you had within yourself that has always been there , but rather it does such a good job at covering the fundamentals.
While Andrew goes over the basics of proportions for men, women, and children and how to find it in any figure position which was a huge help for me , he walks you through a much deeper understanding of the human figure. By dedicating an entire section of the book on both the bones and muscles, you will understand how to draw a figure in a way that makes anatomical sense.
Furthermore, Andrew also gives you a variety of walk-throughs on drawing the human figure in just about any position imaginable including kneeling, reclining, crouching, sitting, walking, running, etc.
Once you are done reading Figure Drawing For All Its Worth and employing the many exercises that Andrew put before you, you will no longer have a question on how to draw the human form and will be able to compose your drawings with absolute confidence. Rather than concentrating on the figure itself by drawing what you think you see, Anthony pivots you to learn how to draw what you actually see. Employing the block-in method of figure drawing coupled with concentration on contours and of course drawing the body itself, you will get a much deeper understanding of striking the right value in your piece to accurately represent the figure.
This section alone will make your artwork really come to life. Geared for the more intermediate and expert artists out there — if you are trying to jump ahead with your drawing lessons, this book will likely be a bit too much for beginners.
Probably the two parts of the human figure that provide the most challenge to any level of artist, Andrew Loomis tackles it head on pun intended! But it goes deeper than just looking at heads and hands in great detail — Andrew also concentrates on tones, modeling planes, expressions, and so much more.