A Visual Dictionary of Architecture  by Francis D. K. Ching (Author)

This book defines over 5,000 terms relating to architectural design, history, and technology. It is the only dictionary that provides concise, accurate definitions illustrated with finely detailed, hand-rendered drawings, each executed in Mr. Ching's signature style.


Perspective Without Pain  by Philip W. Metzger (Author)

This book is excellent for students or beginners who want to learn perspective. It is illustrated and it has different samples to follow.


Complete Book of Drawing for the Theatre, The (Plastic Comb)  by Harvey Sweet, Deborah M. Dryden (Author)

Step-by-step procedures guide the reader from holding a pencil to draw a straight line to working through and orthographic project or perspective drawing.


Designing and Drawing for the Theatre (Hardcover)  by Lynn Pecktal (Author)

Detailing production design for theater, opera, and ballet, Designing and Drawing for the Theater provides a professional picture and encyclopedic reference of the design process.


Perspective Rendering for the Theatre  by William H. Pinnell (Author)

William H. Pinnell first issues an "invitation to investigate the magic of perspective and explore its wondrous surround," then escorts the beginning as well as the advanced student through the complex process of artistically conveying scene designs via the scenographic drawing.


Recipes for Surfaces: Decorative Paint Finishes Made Simple  by Mindy Drucker, Pierre Finklestein (Author)

Recipes for Surfaces is a one-of-a-kind handbook that enables you to master decorative painting techniques for walls, floors, ceilings, and furniture as simply as you would use a cookbook: Just follow the recipes.


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