By hand and eye book

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The book is co-authored by George Walker and Jim Tolpin. Because this book is a text book more than anything else, it is not easy to review, nor is it easy to judge after just one look. My first impression is that it is a very good book. I try to take just a little bit from everything I read. This book is a book to be referred to, this book is the book you take out when you are working on your next sketch.
File Name: by hand and eye book.zip
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Published 16.04.2019

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"Instead of serving up a list of formulas with magical names (i.e. the Golden Section, the Rule of Thirds) that will transform the mundane into perfection, George R. Walker and Jim Tolpin show how much.

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