Shapes

Some articles on shapes, shape:

Shape And Form (visual Arts) - Categories - Geometric and Organic
... 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 simple volumes, such as cubes ... 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.. ...
Canoma
... The user "pinned" the corners of wireframe primitives over real world shapes such as buildings, boxes, cylinders and other geometric shapes (it could not really handle organic shapes), the application then dynamically ...
Shuvalov Painter - Source of Translation
... 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 ...
Stand Up Paddle Surfing - Stand Up Paddle - Materials and Design
... 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 ...
Solid Surface - Performance Characteristics
... countertops, solid surface can also be cast into a variety of shapes, including sinks, shower pans and bathtubs ... Sheet goods can also be heated and bent into three-dimensional shapes using a process called thermoforming, which adds to the versatility of the product ... Countertop fabricators typically join solid surface sheets into desired shapes using a two-part adhesive, after which the cured joint is machined flat ...

Famous quotes containing the word shapes:

    And from the first declension of the flesh
    I learnt man’s tongue, to twist the shapes of thoughts
    Into the stony idiom of the brain....
    Dylan Thomas (1914–1953)

    The freedom of indifference, the indifference of freedom, the will dust in the dust of its object, the act a handful of sand let fall—these were some of the shapes he had sighted, sunset landfall after many days.
    Samuel Beckett (1906–1989)

    I dream of vague shapes that hint of my heart’s desire.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)