draughtsmanship


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draughtsmanship

draftsmanship (US) [ˈdrɑːftsmənʃɪp] N (= skill) → arte m del delineante; (= quality) → habilidad f para el dibujo

draughtsmanship

[ˈdrɑːftsmənʃɪp] (British) draftsmanship (US) n
(= technique) [artwork] → trait m
(= drawing) → dessin m
(industrial)dessin m industriel

draughtsmanship

, (US) draftsmanship
n his brilliant draughtsmanshipsein hervorragendes zeichnerisches Können; the power of his draughtsmanship shows that …an der Qualität seiner Zeichnung kann man sehen, dass …

draughtsmanship

draftsmanship (Am) [ˈdrɑːftsmənʃɪp] n (skill) → arte f del disegno
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A total of 1,000 beneficiaries have passed through the school and graduated in the field of Catering, Fashion and Sewing, Dressmaking, Draughtsmanship et al without paying a dime.
My own favourites are the six Kandinsky Kangaroos, a delightful exercise in minimalist draughtsmanship. Very warmly recommended both for children learning to count and for their parents, whether they are familiar with the artists who inspired the drawings or not.
Such were his draughtsmanship skills that the paper had him drawing maps of the theatres of war.
"John's Glasgow School of Art training combined with his naturally exquisite draughtsmanship ensure his designs go way beyond mere illustration to produce work of the highest quality - and keen-eyed collectors obviously agree, as we sell John's work to buyers worldwide."
'By the end of the nineteenth century', writes Martin Harrison in his standard history of the medium, Victorian Stained Glass (1980), the work of Kempe's firm 'had become increasingly stereotyped', with figures that were 'flabby and over-bejewelled, flashy and mannered in draughtsmanship'.
The self-taught artist is an interior designer by profession, qualified in civil draughtsmanship, but his jobs vary from drawing portraits to setting the interiors of houses and office buildings, including hospitals and hotels, in the UAE.
He shares Kyffin's fundamental belief that drawing and draughtsmanship are vital to an artist's work.
Excellent draughtsmanship and thoughtful composition uphold the use of rich colour applied with bold brushstrokes, to create distinctive, expressive pieces of work.
So statesmanship and draughtsmanship came together in the text of the London Declaration, which "affirmed India's desire to continue her full membership of the Commonwealth of Nations and her acceptance of the King as the symbol of the free association of its independent member nations and as such the Head of the Commonwealth."
At other RVTIs, training is being offered in trades such as electronics mechanic, architectural draughtsmanship, computer operator, programming assistant, secretarial practice, cosmetology, dress making, catering, hospitality, interior decoration and designing.
With its principled central focus on meeting the needs of children and loading responsibilities on to adults I think it a masterpiece of Parliamentary draughtsmanship. With its checks and balances, subtleties and shade, as well as great principles it's a symphony in how to serve children well.
"His watercolours stand out," say organisers, "for their draughtsmanship, sensitive tonal gradation of colour, the clarity of light and evocative, poetic mood."