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Image from page 221 of “Drawing for beginners” (1920)
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Identifier: drawingforbeginn00furn
Title: Drawing for beginners
Year: 1920 (1920s)
Authors: Furniss, Dorothy
Subjects: Drawing — Study and teaching
Publisher: Pelham, N. Y. : Bridgman Publishers
Contributing Library: New York Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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size of your own. The art of catching a likeness, then, brings us to thispoint. We must first of all have good ground-work. Wemust practise drawing faces and features of various peoplein various positions. We must draw with knowledge, not guessing at things,sketching at random and trusting to luck. We must be prepared to catch the fleeting look; we musthold ourselves, as it were, on the very tiptoe of expectancyfor the smile, the glance, the pout, the thoughtful or mirthfulexpression. A line well expressed will send our hopes soaring high, anda line faulty and wrong will dash all those hopes to theground. Never be daunted by mistakes, but take yourcourage in both hands and persevere.170 CHAPTER XIV Action and Composition WHEN I was very young I cherished intense admira-tion for a certain httle friend who was fond ofdrawing birds—not single studies of birds, butbirds in flight. Flicks flick, flick—so many swift touches ofthe pencil and the birds sprang into sight, crowds of little

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Fig. 87. Birds in Flight birds with curved wings against solid chunks of rollingclouds. Have you not drawn them yourself ? Have younot sometimes watched the birds crossing the sky and triedto follow their flight with a pencil ? Fishes are not so easily studied, but sometimes they canbe observed in tanks, or in the wonderful Nature pictures of 171 Drawing for Beginners the movies, and fishes swimming in water bear resemblanceto birds flying in the air. We are inclined to neglect our opportunities of studying

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Image from page 222 of “Drawing for beginners” (1920)
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Identifier: drawingforbeginn00furn
Title: Drawing for beginners
Year: 1920 (1920s)
Authors: Furniss, Dorothy
Subjects: Drawing — Study and teaching
Publisher: Pelham, N. Y. : Bridgman Publishers
Contributing Library: New York Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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Fig. 87. Birds in Flight birds with curved wings against solid chunks of rollingclouds. Have you not drawn them yourself ? Have younot sometimes watched the birds crossing the sky and triedto follow their flight with a pencil ? Fishes are not so easily studied, but sometimes they canbe observed in tanks, or in the wonderful Nature pictures of 171 Drawing for Beginners the movies, and fishes swimming in water bear resemblanceto birds flying in the air. We are inclined to neglect our opportunities of studying

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Fig. 88. Pattern formed by Children playing aRound Game things in action. Now that most of us can see in the cine-matographs things moving as they never (seemingly) movedbefore, we should be all the better primed for this very fascinating study.ffi When crows caw and circle round tall trees, I /I or pigeons rise in great sweeps and eddies from the ground, it seems as if they wereweaving patterns against the sky, and if eachlittle beak held a gossamer thread there wouldbe an exquisite pattern floating against theclouds. Given sufficient motives or reasons forgathering groups together, then the resultmust be patterns shaping and reshaping. Consider—from this particular point of view—a group of children playing a round game,a ring of swaying bodies from which one ortwo units separate and dart to and fro, inter-Pattern FORMED wcaviug aud making another variation of theBY A Country same shape. Or old country dances and games in whichtwo long rows of people face each other, and become

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F-5 F-4 Flight Control System
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A clip from a film on the F-4 Flight Control Systems from Douglas. The entire film can be viewed at www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXsTlmokAlQ To see many other exciting aviation movies, please visit www.youtube.com/user/sdasmarchives

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