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draughtsman

(US), draftsman
1. a person skilled in drawing
2. Brit any of the 12 flat thick discs used by each player in the game of draughts
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Those Tracers, who possess simple qualifications (other than Technical Qualifications of two years duration in Civil Draftsmanship or 03-years DAE Civil/Electrical Mechanical), are eligible to take part in the said Examination who have at least 3-years service as such.
Award-winning Iraqi calligrapher Wissam Shawkat has a degree in civil engineering, which has enhanced his skills at draftsmanship and design.
Moving beyond this is the seventh plate, which goes even further to emphasize Degas' maturing draftsmanship because it is a study of the essence of the figure.
All this work stimulated Quentin Bell's draftsmanship to new heights.
Spread over three floors, and including nearly 160 works, it brings together diverse aspects of his repertoire through their shared concern for draftsmanship and the artist's self-confessed lack of spontaneity.
The three finalists all demonstrate exceptional talent - each with an individual design style - from Charlotte Taylor s strong tailoring, bold silhouettes and popular prints, to Emma Shipley s skilled draftsmanship, luxurious scarves and interior textiles, and finally Hancock s rubberised fashion inspired by English inventor and Father of the British rubber industry, Thomas Hancock.
Her years of practice show her to be spectacularly accurate with the draftsmanship of her effects.
and Pastels from Delacroix to Signac" presents 100 outstanding works that showcase the broad development of modern draftsmanship during this period.
The prize was created in 2005 by the Worshipful Company of Painter-Stainers and the Lynn Foundation to encourage the best creative representational painting and promote the skill of draftsmanship.
In September, Brown University researcher James Hays and colleagues from the Technical University of Berlin produced a computer application that can recognize quick sketches of objects, even if the draftsmanship is lacking.
Even better, a sixteen-page full color insert at the book's midpoint allows readers to get a much fuller sense of Ware's robust draftsmanship and design sense.
Having barely recovered from the New Year's hangover, this is proving to be quite a lot to stomach especially where the draftsmanship is also pretty demanding.