3-D Designs by Wil Stegenga PDF

By Wil Stegenga

ISBN-10: 0486403637

ISBN-13: 9780486403632

An exciting collection of 30 advanced third-dimensional designs, this quantity will entice colorists of every age. styles diversity from heavily interwoven squares, stars, and rectangles with sharp, angular varieties, to flowing interlacements of circles, ovals, hearts, and different rounded shapes. The hypnotic pictures, a few of which characteristic optical illusions, are completely interesting.

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O nce again, from one second to the next, everything hung in the balance. H e would finally have to start thinking about him ­ self. But how w ould he go about it? H e was born into . . My father was . . M y m other had . . Even as a child I som etim es felt . . W as that the only way of thinking about oneself? — and picking up his fountain pen, he began to draw up his will, w riting every w ord, even the fig­ ures, in fu ll, so as to prolong the act of w riting, w hich m ade him feel safe, as m uch as possible.

T he grass stood erect and trem bled. Behind the trees, on the Cham ps-Elysees, an unbroken p ro ­ cession o f cars passed; now and then the sound of a horn, or a rattling and roaring when a m otorcycle overtook a car. H e had thought him self away, yet he was present. T hen he had an experience— and while still taking it in, he hoped he would never forget it. In the sand at his feet he saw three things: a chestnut leaf; a piece of a pocket m irror; a 52 A Moment of True Feeling child’s barrette.

H ow hum an they all seem ed in com parison w ith him . T he wind upset a no-parking p’o st, and again he began to see signs of death. — The next thing he saw, through a slit in the p ark wall, was a row of em pty, over­ turn ed sentry boxes on a gravel path. A gain he retraced his steps, this tim e to exam ine the sentry boxes in every detail— the sight slits on both sides, the little rad ia to r on the rear w all— and tu rn them back into m an-m ade objects. H e even counted the ribs of the radiators: six— that couldn't m ean anything, could it?

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