Model Making A Basic Guide by Martha SutherlandModel Making A Basic Guide by Martha Sutherland

Model Making A Basic Guide

byMartha Sutherland

Hardcover | September 15, 1999

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Model Making is an introduction to the craft for students of architecture; landscape architecture; urban, interior, and theatrical design; or anyone who has the need or desire to make the large small. In concise instructions and nearly 200 charming, easy-to-follow drawings the book details the construction of both study and presentation models in common materials such as paper, chipboard, illustration board, foamcore, and balsa. It also covers topics such as choosing the right materials for the job, rendering contoured sites, and fashioning entourage.
Martha Sutherland, associate professor emerita at the University of Arkansas, is the author of the classic Lettering for Architects and Designers. She lives in Fayetteville.
Title:Model Making A Basic GuideFormat:HardcoverDimensions:144 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.4 inPublished:September 15, 1999Publisher:WW NortonLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0393730425

ISBN - 13:9780393730425

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This easy-to-use manual is a great introduction to new students in architecture, interior and urban design. Model Making helps the reader learn to make replicas using their own creative ideas. It covers both study and presentation models while explaining the different types of material available. Tips on using paper, chipboard, foamcore and balsa help you get it right. Also included is advice for rendering contoured sites and fashioning entourage.