Francis Tsai's 100 Ways To Create Fantasy Figures PDF

By Francis Tsai

ISBN-10: 1600611192

ISBN-13: 9781600611193

Offers a hundred fascinating and creative how one can layout and draw larger delusion figures—from constructing characters to including costumes, props and backdrops. Hollywood inspiration clothier Francis Tsai stocks information and methods for growing creative figures, giving readers a different chance to realize suggestions from a true professional. hugely available and that includes a wealth of principles, this sourcebook contains an inspirational mixture of kinds and techniques, with impacts starting from Celtic, Greek, Roman, Oriental and Medieval to nineteenth Century Gothic—something for each myth artist!

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It is communication with flags and pennants that makes fighting with many soldiers the same as fighting with a few. It is "surprise" ( ch'z) and "straightforward" (cheng) operations that enable c 143 an d remain one's army to withstand the full assault of the enemy 10rce undefeated. 144 It is the distinction between "weak points" and "strong points" that tnakes one's army falling upon the enemy a whetstone being 0 hurled at eggs. Generally in battle use the "straightforward" to engage the enemy and the "surprise" to win the victory.

But if one cannot anticipate either the place or the day of battle, his left flank cannot even rescue his right, or his right his left; his front cannot even rescue his rear, or his rear his front. How much more is this so when your reinforcements are separated by at least a few li, or even tens of li. The way I estimate it, even though the troops of Yiieh are many, what good is this to them in respect to victory? 155 Thus it is said: Victory can be created. For even though the enemy has the strength of numbers, we can prevent him from fighting us.

The exemplary commander in the context of warfare stands as the selforganizing center, where the chaos of battle, far from interfering with order, feeds into and stimulates it. " The Sun-tzu is both explicit and emphatic on this point: "There are ... " 96 The reason why, in this model, the commander must have sole control over his localized area is because an effective harmony must be pursued through the coordination of the immediate constituent elements, unmediated by some distant and undoubtedly less informed perspective: THE EXEMPLARY COMMANDER The emphasis in the Sun-tzu placed on the effective selection of military personnel reflects a fundamental assumption in the tradition.

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