The Art Of Computer Designing: A Black and White Approach

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TítuloThe Art Of Computer Designing: A Black and White Approach
Año1993
AutorOsamu Sato
Tipo de PublicaciónLibro
URLhttps://archive.org/details/satoArtOfComputerDesigning
Carrera(s)Diseño
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NotaThe computer is a magic box. Many graphic images are hidden inside it. This book is a beginner's introduction to calling forth these images as author Sato shows how to create figures with basic shapes - i.e., lines, arcs, squares and circles - and does so simply, clearly, and above all very logically. This is an everyday guide to computer illustrating, a collection of design ideas and a compendium of Mr. Sato's own computer art works. All the shapes in this book are black and white, but it is a black and white world full of potential. Just looking at the myriad manifestations of form is a joy, but for those who will use it to begin creating their own shapes this book offers far, far greater pleasure.