New PDF release: 1000 Pictures for Teachers to Copy

By Andrew Wright

ISBN-10: 0175568782

ISBN-13: 9780175568789

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Here are two more. There are many more in the section on settings. / j I ! : : : ': \. - scenesand objects - Of course, when you draw something'flat on', without perspective,you must still make decisions. You must decide which view to take. Some objectsare easierto recognise from the front, some from the side. :::-- -:* _=- Televisions are most easily recognised from the front. Chairs are most easilyrecognisedfrom the side. < _t-j-- c eol |-=--rI lr----r I L- -j- F+ '1, -- How to draw specialeffects * shaking d"F =f \r-- 1 5 ,?

For uses of settings by language teachers, see Section 6, pages 128-736. I- \-L- > L- :. FF_ -::- 36 Ea Settings 4 I, Street : -z ,4 wnr -* 1 t li + Ji -& JC -5 -* = -at + 4 J/ t _\.. l= :=F gEE L, _L- L L. { -t -dl ! - :-= ==L L=. - +J t ! Settings - I Dining room =: -1. <. : 5: = >=l-- _ L. -/ a z /, 1 4 45 Settings Baker and superrnarket : : :- --- =- = = = L- =- ]L- fr-L* f-- L* L- L-- L- L 46 Ft Settings -_ -= Restaurantand caf6 : '-= = = "= : : = = a = -: - -/ / 1 : a J J ta +/ f Settings Travel agentand hotel __<.

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