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Image from page 114 of “Augsburg’s drawing, book 2” (1901)
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Title: Augsburg’s drawing, book 2
Year: 1901 (1900s)
Authors: Augsburg, De Resco Leo, b. 1859
Subjects: Drawing
Publisher: Boston, New York, Educational Pub. Co
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parts as indicated in the following exercises : When the draioingis based on the honzonlcd receding cijlinder, the center of vision maybe used. 25. Draw part 1 below and at the right of the eye. 26. Draw part 1 below and at the left of the eye. Removethe front face. 27. Draw part 1 l)elow the eye. 28. Draw part 2 ])elow the eye. Remove the top face. 29. Draw part 2 below and at the right of the eye. Removethe top face.

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112 AUGSBURGS DRAWING. 30. Draw part 2 l)elow and at the left of the eye. Removethe curved face. Figs. 6-13 represent the front face of cylinders drawn directlyin front of the eye. On each face is marked a problem ; the partmarked X on each cylinder is to be removed as follows : 31. Draw Fig. 6 below the eye and remove the part markedX. (See Fig. 10.) 32. Draw Fig. 6 below and at the left of the eye andremove X. 33. Draw Fig. 7 below the eye and remove the part markedX. (See Fig. 14.) 34. Draw Fig. 7 ])elow and at the right of the eye andremove the part marked X. 35. Draw Fig. 8 below and at the left of the eye and removethe part marked X. 3(3. Draw Fig. 9 below and at the left of the eye and removethe part marked X. 37. Draw Fig. 11 below and at the right of the eye andremove the part marked X. 38. Draw Fig. 12 below the eye and remove the parimarked X to above the eye directly over the part marked Y. 39. Draw Fig. 13 below and at the right of the eye andremove the part marked X. KAL

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Image from page 36 of “Augsburg’s drawing, book 2” (1901)
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Title: Augsburg’s drawing, book 2
Year: 1901 (1900s)
Authors: Augsburg, De Resco Leo, b. 1859
Subjects: Drawing
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the vertical lines in the drawing are drawnparallel with the sides of the paper on which the drawing is made ;the horizontal lines parallel with the top and bottom of the paper;and that the horizontal receding lines converge to a point. 32 AUGSBURGS DRAWING. 33 The horizontal receding lines on the model converge in thesame manner as represented in the drawing, but it is difficult forthe untrained eye to see this convergence. The point to whichthese lines converge is the center of vision. The Center of Vision is an imaginary point directly opposHethe eye. All horizontal receding lines converge to tJiis point. E L (eye level) in Fig. 1 is the Horizon Line. The horizouline in drawing is the line that marks the level of the eye. It is thelevel-of-the-eye line. The center of vision being the point directlyopposite the eye is always in the horizon line. Objects drawnbelow the horizon line are said to be drawn below the level of theeye, and those above this line, above the level of the eye.

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i-tvfL Using the vertical, horizontal, and horizontal receding lines,the box may be drawn in nine positions, viz. :Below the eye. Fig. 2.Above the eye, Fig. 3. S4 AUGSBURGS DRAWING. At the left of the eye, Fig. 4. At the right of the eye, Fig. 5. Below and at the left of the eye, Fig. 6. Above and at the left of the eye, Fig. 7. Below and at the right of the eye. Fig. 8. Above and at the right of the eye, Fig. 9. Directly in front of the eye. Fig 10. Hold a box in each of the above positions and compare it withthe drawing,/ace by face and line by line. ^^ ltj{i Iz^r

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Image from page 156 of “Augsburg’s drawing, book 2” (1901)
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Identifier: augsburgsdrawing02augs
Title: Augsburg’s drawing, book 2
Year: 1901 (1900s)
Authors: Augsburg, De Resco Leo, b. 1859
Subjects: Drawing
Publisher: Boston, New York, Educational Pub. Co
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mirror, as the mirror reflects from theunder surface of the glass and leaves a space between the objectand its reflection. Place the tin on the table before you, abouttwo feet away, and about the length of a lead pencil below theeye. Place on the tin a small block or box similar to Fig. 1and observe : 1. That the reflection is like the box, but inverted. 2. That the reflection is the same size as the box. 6. That the length of the edges A B, D E, and G H are thesame length as their reflections, B C, E F, and H I. 4. Observe that the receding lines of the reflection are paral-lel to and obey the same law as the receding lines of the box. Make a model out of a strip of drawing paper, about 1x9inches long, similar to Fig. 2. Place this model on the tin asin Fio;. 2 and observe : 1. That the vertical lines marked 1, 1, 1, 1, are continued inthe reflection, and are of the same length. 2. That the set of lines marked 2 in both object and reflec-tion are parallel. 152 AUGSBURGS DRAWING. 153

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3. That the set of lines marked 3 in both object and reflec-tion are parallel. Note.—O^ course it is understood that all parallel receding lines converge andif continued would come together at a point. Place a small cylinder on the tin and observe :In Fig. 3 that the longer axis is not vertical.In Fig. 4 that the top of the cylinder can be seen, but that itdoes not show in the reflection.

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