Drawing with Computers

Drawing with Computers

by Mark Wilson

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Library Journal - Library Journal
Electronic graphics has become an important application of computers, and with the advent of powerful and inexpensive microcomputers, many artists are attracted to this new medium. Wilson's book is an introduction to computer graphics for the nontechnical artist. It differs from most books in the field in that it is not dedicated to a particular make of computer but rather is a general review of the overall subject. The terminology, capabilities, and advantages of computer art are clearly explained. Various methods and devices for creating and displaying art are described. Many illustrations of computer art show the variety that is possible. A brief glossary and bibliography are provided for reference. The book is weak when discussing some technical areas but overall is worth having. Frank Davidoff, Consultant, CBS Broadcast Group, New York

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
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7.00(w) x 5.00(h) x 1.00(d)

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