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Surface Tension" is a science fiction short story by American writer James Blish, originally published in the August 1952 of Galaxy Science Fiction.
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ISBN 9781904324102 (978-1-904324-10-2) Softcover, Peterloo Poets, 2003. Find signed collectible books: 'Surface Tension'. Founded in 1997, BookFinder.
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Topics include shading, curvature, proportion, foreshortening, muscular tension, and major and minor differences in the structure and representation of male and female anatomy. O Desenho Da Figura Humana. A guide to drawing human figures - male and female - in active situations ranging from slight movement to strenuous action, for example sport and ballet. Skeletal structures and muscle forms are shown alongside the completed surface forms, enabling the artist to understand and appreciate the underlying structure. The Figure in Action - Anatomy for the Artist.
Читать книгу Surface Tension. Автор Kling Christine. Бесплатно читать книги популярного автора Kling Christine онлайн. Без регистрации и без смс в онлайн библиотеке. Surface Tension was first published in hard cover by Ballantine Books in 2002. The mass market paperback came out from the same publisher in 2004, and Ballantine produced the first ebook in 2007.
Alison Elizabeth Taylor’s latest solo show at James Cohan offers a useful lesson in how not to organize one. It puts product first and saves the best for last, when you’re almost beyond caring. The product takes the form of six extremely similar images of gnarled trees depicted in the slick wood marquetry for which Ms. Taylor is known.