- Paperback: 400 pages
- Publisher: Thames & Hudson; Revised and enlarged edition edition (2 April 1984)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0500680264
- ISBN-13: 978-0500680261
- Product Dimensions: 16.5 x 3.2 x 24 cm
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Rendering With Pen And Ink (The Thames & Hudson Manuals) is a guide book for students of architecture and engineering. The book helps the aspirants in architecture and engineering by serving as a practical guide in drawing and designing. The book is full of illustrations, making it easy to comprehend.
The book is a detailed guide to the techniques and equipment that is used for technical drawing. It acts a useful guide book for students of architecture, graphics, and design too. It shows the methods of perspective drawing. Rendering is a technique used in preparation of drawings for engineers, designers, and manufacturers. It is also used in the advertising industry in general. The various chapters of the book are Perspective Drawing, Drawing Transport, Drawing Plants, Drawing Rocks and Water, Drawing People, Drawing Furniture and Fabrics, Drawing Techniques, and Drawing Equipments.
This enlarged edition of Rendering With Pen And Ink (The Thames & Hudson Manuals) was published by Thames & Hudson Ltd in 1984. It is available in paperback.
'The book for the student ... it will also be useful to the advertising artist ... and it has something of value even for imaginative artists' - British Book News 'Thoroughly recommended' - Building Design
This book was written by Robert W Gill. His other works are Perspective: From Basic To Creative and Manual Of Rendering With Pen And Ink (The Thames And Hudson Manuals).