The Art Of Detailing

Author: Rafi Romano
Publisher: Quintessence Publishing (IL)
ISBN: 9781850972426
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This multicontributed book brings together representative cases from respected clinicians around the world to illustrate the philosophies that must guide sound treatment decisions.

The Art Of Landscape Detail

Author: Niall Kirkwood
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471140443
Size: 20.53 MB
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Types of detail work can be described as detail restoration and renovation and
detail editing, where the sources of landscape detail form are clearly derived from
site sources. Detail innovation arises when landscape detail forms are not
derived from identifiable site or project sources. Restoration and Renovation
Detail forms can arise from renovation, restoration, or addition within an
acknowledged historic landscape or grouping of significant open spaces and
building structures.

The Art Of Classical Details

Author: Phillip James Dodd
Publisher: Images Publishing
ISBN: 1864702036
Size: 44.53 MB
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In The Art of Classical Details, classically trained architect Phillip Dodd takes a close-up look at some of the finest examples of neo-classical architecture in the world today.

The Art Of Centuries

Author: Steve James
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1448170907
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It is the state of being aware of what is happening around you but not focusing on
one thing in particular. The second was 'Fine Focus'. This was the car's first gear.
This was for when the bowler began his runup. Chappell would first count the
number of fielders as a cue and then he would watch the bowler's face for clues
about his state of mind. And the third was 'Fierce Focus'. This was for when the
bowler was about to deliver the ball. That for me is a superb way of detailing the
states ...

The Art Of Punctuation

Author: Noah Lukeman
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191630373
Size: 78.86 MB
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They were the parents of two young children, they had been married nine years,
they lived on the twelfth floor of an apartment house near Sutton Place, they went
to the theatre on an average of 10.3 times a year, and they hoped someday to
live in Westchester. The commas here mimic the feeling of detailing items in a list.
Except the shopping list here is their lives, which has been planned out too
perfectly, too methodically. The commas subtly hint at this. In her story 'What I
Know', ...

The Art Of Window Painting

Author: Sharon Riggs
Publisher: Achim Publishing
ISBN: 9780974125596
Size: 42.68 MB
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When outlining the work, it will look more professional to use a drop shadow to
one side or the other of the copy (words, bullets, or artwork). This conveys depth
and eye appeal. OUTLINING your work (part of the process of 'detailing') is that
portion of the job which makes everything come together. It is absolutely
necessary in giving a polished, professional look. I've seen when people omit the
outlining and the work looked incomplete. Omitting the outlining will do a
disservice to both ...

The Art Of Videogames

Author: Grant Tavinor
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781444310184
Size: 61.46 MB
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Avatar is another term used to refer to the playercharacter. I favor player-
character here because it seems more descriptive and so more apt for my
purpose of detailing the fictive nature of games; unlike player-characters, avatars
are often used in non-fictive connections such as Internet forums. I do not think
the change in terminology amounts to much, however, as both terms have an
established use in the context of gaming. Note that player-character explicitly
refers to the real player ...