New PDF release: Abstract Design and How to Create It
By Amor Fenn
Profusely illustrated consultant covers geometric foundation of layout, implements and their use, borders, fabric styles, nature research and remedy. 383 illustrations comprise many diagrams, designs for name pages, border styles, allover styles, cloth styles and ancient examples from many cultures and sessions. transparent and good written, this quantity should be a useful source.
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146. Elaboration of No. 145. Same division. No. 147. Star pattern with development. Similar division and construction as No. 146, with the additional use of the angle of 45°. No. 148. Maltese cross border. Detail occupies four-sixths total width of band; subdivided into six parts, one part being radius of circle in centre. The arms of the cross are at angles of 60° and 30°. No. 149. Border pattern. Detail occupies four-sixths total width of band, and is the result of lines drawn at angles of 60° and 30°.
Counter-change border, detail occupies four-sixths total width of band. No. 89A. Variant of No. 89, detail occupies four-sixths total width of band. No. 90. Counter-change border, detail occupation five-ninths total width of band. No. 91. Counter-change border, detail occupation four-sixths total width of band, subdivided into three parts as indicated. No. 92. Counter-change border, division as No. 91. No. 93. Border pattern, detail occupation four-sixths total width of band, subdivided into three parts.
Detail occupies four-sixths of total width of band. The horizontal dimensions are obtained by bisection of angles of triangles as shown. No. 132. Star pattern. Dimensions and construction similar to No. 131. No. 133. Border pattern. Detail occupies four-sixths of total width of band. The spacing of parallel lines is due to division of base of triangle into six parts. No. 134. Lozenge pattern, with developments. Detail occupies four-sixths of total width of band. No. 135. Border of adjacent hexagons.
Abstract Design and How to Create It by Amor Fenn