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Walking, it would be, I feared, since, for me, that idea was inseparably associated with the visual impression of Fyne.
"Who can it be?" thought Hepzibah, who had been screwing her visual organs into the acutest focus of which they were capable.
Here matter new to gaze the Devil met Undazl'd, farr and wide his eye commands, For sight no obstacle found here, nor shade, But all Sun-shine, as when his Beams at Noon Culminate from th' AEQUATOR, as they now Shot upward still direct, whence no way round Shadow from body opaque can fall, and the Aire, No where so cleer, sharp'nd his visual ray To objects distant farr, whereby he soon Saw within kenn a glorious Angel stand, The same whom JOHN saw also in the Sun: His back was turnd, but not his brightness hid; Of beaming sunnie Raies, a golden tiar Circl'd his Head, nor less his Locks behind Illustrious on his Shoulders fledge with wings Lay waving round; on som great charge imploy'd Hee seemd, or fixt in cogitation deep.
And the visual appearance is filled out with feeling of what the object would be like to touch, and so on.
With the explosion in home theaters and home automation, Kelly this year jumped on the wave to take Divine Visuals up a notch.
The monochrome's historical connotations of self-reflexive autonomy block acoustic inhabitation, while Graeve's audio referentiality deflects reception of the sounds as atmospheric emanations of his deadpan visuals. Rather than complementing one another, the acoustic and visual aspects of Graeve's installations relate as subtly supplemental, almost allegorical, layerings.
Properly handled, notes and visuals need not interfere with your audience connection.
How using instructional visuals can help CPAs in litigation support.
The catalog combines lucid visuals and the probing texts of twenty-eight emerging black visual artists and writers from the United States to flesh-out the media and theoretical approaches of a diverse generation of black artists who are concerned with notions of culture, sexuality and gender, among others.
To communicate clearly, presentations normally include visuals. We use them to convey statistics, to show relationships, and to represent actual objects.
The growth of scholarly interest in visuals marks a cultural reality: visual images have become a predominant means of transmitting information in the twentieth century and may be even more so in the next century.
Therefore, classroom teachers must have an understanding of design principles when developing visuals. In today's era of affordable technology even someone who can't draw a stick figure can create a professional-looking product.