Those bright white regions on front slopes are with extremely high backscattering intensity caused by small local incidence angle or foreshortening
Given that foreshortening
is determined by trigonometric and not linear functions, the best compromise (i.
As art critic Matthew Kangas has noted, she does this by using strategies of midcentury Modernism such as pouring and spattering paint, disrupting conventional expectations of composition, and foreshortening
perspective so that emphasis is put on the flat surface of the canvas.
This kind of fairness is actually foreshortening
, reducing three dimensions to two.
Photo: The hands of this HCB-poisoned Turkishwoman, at age 30, show evidence of chemically induced porphyria, including severe arthritis and a foreshortening
of finger joints.
Best known for his work in America, he experimented with simultaneous images, multiple perspectives, and radical foreshortening
to explore perceptual ambiguities.
One tire in the series, Cool Cartooning, painlessly teaches viewers how to create overlapping, foreshortening
and shading, to name only a few objectives.
Patient's claim The physician was negligent in foreshortening
her vaginal canal, necessitating further surgery.
Still, one early figure is indelible: "elevating, lowering, extending, foreshortening
, contracting, compressing, and turning.
Topics include animals, backgrounds, body language, faces, foreshortening
, lettering, line qualities, and twenty-four more.
was a challenging problem for all Renaissance artis ts with many examples including the extreme foreshortening
in Durer's chalk drawing, the Dead Christ of 1505.