Although in workshop drawings, line-shading is rarely employed, yet where a design rather than the particular details of construction is to be shown, line-shading is a valuable accessory. Figure 295, for example, is intended to show an arrangeme... Read more of Examples In Line-shading And Drawings For Line-shaded Engravings at How to Draw.caInformational Site Network Informational
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Raised Surfaces








Fig. 133 shows it in the form of a block, simply by thickening the lower and the right-hand lines.





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