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As a guide to introductory three-dimensional design or sculpture, SHAPING SPACE offers an in-depth exploration of the aesthetic and practical considerations of working in three dimensions. Discussions of technique cover a range of media, including assorted fibers, ceramics, and even virtual design using the computer as a tool. Suggested studio projects provide structured ...more
Paperback, Second Edition, 269 pages
Published October 31st 1994 by Wadsworth / Harcourt Brace College Publishers
(first published October 1st 1986)
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This was the textbook for 3d design class I took. It was good, but as I had the older edition, I will recommend that if you are interested get the newest edition. They improved this text so much from the 2nd to the 3rd edition to make it seem to not even be the same book anymore. The 3rd has a better layout, color photos, and somehow makes more sense of the concepts involved. Great project ideas are in the back of this text also, so if you wanted something to give you things to try, you might ...more
Paul Zelanski was born in Hartford, Connecticut in 1931. When he was 10, his sister saved up and gave him an oil paint set — the most memorable and important present of his life to that point, as his childhood was during the Great Depression and holidays were for getting socks and underwear. He attended Hartford High, and was the first resident of Connecticut’s capitol city to be accepted to ...moreMore about Paul J. Zelanski...