Video: CGI FLW Prairie House

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DavidC
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Video: CGI FLW Prairie House

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Roderick Grant
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"Not a tutorial," indeed. Start with a drawing from Ausge - authentic FLW - then move into the interior where the instigator does his own thing.
FLW reimagined egregiously.

SDR
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Go with what you know, not what you don't: in this case, stick with the exterior form and detail. (Maybe the over-exposed shots of the plan were
trying to tell us---or them---something ?)

Can anyone imagine that Mr Wright would have wrought art-glass figures featuring almost-equilateral triangles ? Really---mimicking Wright isn't
hard, if you pay attention to his aesthetic "principles," some simple geometric dos and don'ts . . .

S

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