Some articles on shapes, shape:
... pinned" the corners of wireframe primitives over real world shapes such as buildings, boxes, cylinders and other geometric shapes (it could not really handle ...
... Blades are designed with several shapes and features ... Normally the blade has a banana peel shape sometimes having a slight keel on the back side of the blade ... Other commonly used shapes include diamonds, or oar like blades ...
... Pottery of ancient Greece Wine vessel shapes Dinos Kotyle Krater Kyathos Psykter Rhyton Skyphos Tableware Eye-cup Kantharos Kylix Oenochoe Olpe Patera Pinakion Perfume, oil, and wedding shapes Alabastron Aryballos ...
... finished countertops, solid surface can also be cast into a variety of shapes, including sinks, shower pans and bathtubs ... heated and bent into three-dimensional shapes using a process called thermoforming, which adds to the versatility of the product ... fabricators typically join solid surface sheets into desired shapes using a two-part adhesive, after which the cured joint is machined flat ...
... Geometric shapes are precise edged and mathematically consistent curves, they are pure forms and so consist of circles, squares, spirals, triangles, while geometric forms are ... In contrast, organic shapes are free-form, unpredictable and flowing in appearance ... These shapes, as well as organic forms, visually suggest the natural world of animals, plants, sky, sea, etc.. ...
Famous quotes containing the word shapes:
“Runs falls rises stumbles on from darkness into darkness
and the darkness thicketed with shapes of terror
and the hunters pursuing and the hounds pursuing
and the night cold and the night long and the river
to cross and the jack-muh-lanterns beckoning beckoning
and blackness ahead”
—Robert Earl Hayden (19131980)
“One perceives that again and again she has destroyed her life when it was forming into shapes of happiness because of her loyalty to the early misery, her conviction that that has the sanction of ultimate reality, and that beside it all other things are trivial.”
—Rebecca West (18921983)
“For life is but a dream whose shapes return,
Some frequently, some seldom, some by night
And some by day,”
—James Thomson (18341882)