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Scale and Proportion
Richard Roth, Untitled. 1983
Glen Holland. Sweet and Sour 1998 Fra Filippo Lippi. Saint Lawrence Enthroned with Saints and Doners. 1440’s
Nicholas Hilliard. Self Portrait 1557 Limbourg Brothers. Multiplication of the Loaves and Fishes, from the Book of Hours. 1416
<rfs;;opm/ z,omh fumsdyu. ;syr 16tj ear;u17th century. Ivory, bone and horn. Kent Twitchell. Mural for L.A. Marathon. 1988- 1990. Hwy. I-405.
Nazca earth drawing. Spider. Abut 150’ long.
Per Arnoldi. Mural for Gajol Licorice. Denmark Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen. Typewriter Eraser, scale x 1999.
Changes in scale within a design change the general effect.
Domenico Ghirlandaio. Last Supper. C. 1480 Emil Nolde. The Last Supper. 1909
Mark Fennessey. Insects IV. 1965-66
Gilbert Li. Social Insecurity. 2001. Design Firm: Up Inc. Edgar Degas. Dancer with a Bouquet of Flowers. C. 1878
Rene Magritte. Personal Values. 1952. SURREALISM AND FANTASY
New York-New York Hotel, Las Vegas Nevada Charles Ray. Family Romance. 1993.
Leonardo Da Vinci. The Vetruvian Man.
Variations on the Da Vinci.
NOTIONS OF THE IDEAL Ancient Greek notion of the “golden rectangle”
Edouard Manet. The Fifer. 1866 George Inness. View of the Tiber near Perugia. 1872-74
Parthenon, Easst Façade, Athens. The golden triangle becomes a part of the geometry of the façade.
Modified 1932 Ford Street Rod. Thom Taylor, designer. Same proportions?
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Created by John Hoban, 2005 Draw the shape of the eye (like a football) Draw the Iris (a circle) Draw the Pupil (circle within a circle) Reflection.
Unknown – Wilton Diptych Richard II presented to the Virgin and Child by his Patron Saint John the Baptist and Saints Edward and Edmund – all are represented.
2 DIMENSIONAL DESIGN DESIGN BASICS. Chapter 4: Scale/Proportion “Scale” and “proportion” are related terms in that both basically refer to size. Scale.
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