Drawing an oval with a compass and no string (very simple)
This is an easy method for drawing a general-purpose oval shape. This method requires you change your compass setting 3 times, thus, 1-2-3. If the first sett...
Formule ::: Costruzioni geometriche : Spirale di Padovan
Costruzioni geometriche, Spirale di Padovan, Triangolo equilatero, Costruzione geometrica passo-passo, Animazione, Successione dei numeri di Padovan
Draw Spiral of Archimedes
“Divide the circumference into a number of equal parts, drawing the radii and numbering the points. Divide the radius No. 1 into the same number of equal parts, numbering from the center. With C as center draw concentric arcs intersecting the radii of corresponding numbers, and draw a smooth curve through these intersections.” —French, 1911
The golden ratio.
The proportions of the golden ratio pop-up in all sorts of places in Nature and man-made things since early times and are a handy shortcut to make something we seem to find pleasingly proportioned. In photography, art, Nature, violins, or the Parthenon, we just keep being drawn to it. It has a pleasing equation too where the ratio of the long over the short dimension is the same as both added together over the long dimension. Why not browse some golden ration examples. Even Trump.
Fibonacci Spiral Wall Golden Ratio Wall Art, Mathematics Fibonacci Numbers, Back To School, Fibonacc
Fibonacci Spiral Wall Golden Ration Wall Art, Mathematics Fibonacci Numbers, Back To School, Fibonacci Sequence, Mathematics Student PrintAll of our fine art prints are produced with acid-free archival papers or heavyweight Exhibition Gallery Canvas (stretched or unstretched) with archival inks to guarantee that our prints last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. Our Decal prints are backed with a repositionable adhesive that removes cleanly and easily with no residue. CUSTOMIZATION…
The Divine Proportion
The Divine Proportion is a little-known phenomenon that suggests that there’s a mathematical equation that’s consistent with the aesthetics of good composition.
Medallions design and fittings.
Making the medallion and brass fittings. The medallions on my workshop saws are made from silver, this makes a nice contrast with the black American walnut. Brass was used traditionally, and I use brass on my site saws in combination with English beech, as they don't mind being treated a bit rougher. My wife is a trained silversmith, which means that I have all the specialist tools to hand. Having pierced the silver sheet to the required pattern, it is then soldered onto a second sheet of…