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Colours Of Nature

Author : Babul Sharma
ISBN : 9788182633995
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M Soj Ngjyrat Nga Natyra I Learn Colours From Nature

Author : Renalda Marilena Q.Cullhaj
ISBN : 9781291582604
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Colours From Nature

Author : Jenny Dean
ISBN : 1844484688
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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The comprehensive recipe section gives instructions for over 100 colours, using both traditional dyes such as cochineal, indigo, madder and weld, and dyes from more common plants such as blackberry, rhubarb, oak and walnut.

The Practice Of Drawing And Painting Landscape From Nature In Water Colours

Author : Francis Nicholson
ISBN : UCLA:L0062589130
Genre : Landscape drawing
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Gem S Eng Read 7

Author : Francis Fanthome & Dorothy Fanthome
ISBN : 8170707609
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A package of well-graded series to hone the language skills of both beginners and middle-school learners. The books will enhance the students aptitude for language and vocabulary and will enrich their repertoire of words. These books introduce genuine works of literature and poetry. They are a rich compilation of text which is popular, informative and multicultural. Wide-ranging themes on environment, nature, history, science, mystery, adventure and humour have been included. Also available Teacher s Handbooks and web support at

Colours Of Nature

Author : Sandrine Maugy
ISBN : 0709093721
Genre : Art
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Colours of Nature is the perfect companion for anyone who is puzzled by the seemingly unpredictable behaviour of the paints on their palette, as well as those who would like their watercolour paintings to look fresher and livelier. The author has tested more than 150 artists’ watercolour paints from six manufacturers, and the results of this exhaustive testing are not only included here but also analysed, with the best colours recommended in a palette section.Throughout this beautifully illustrated book, Sandrine Maugy guides the reader through a world of colours and exquisite flowers and fruit, explaining simple concepts and more advanced colour-mixing theory while exploring the serendipity and beauty of wet-in-wet watercolour painting. Her ‘Harmonic Shadows’ theory creates a link between tone and colour, making both work in harmony for better form and purer colours.

The Natural System Of Colours

Author : Moses Harris
ISBN : BSB:BSB10944312
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Author : Barry Maund
ISBN : 0521110122
Genre : Philosophy
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This book defends the radical thesis that no physical object has any of the colours we experience it as having.

Photonic Structures Inspired By Nature

Author : Mathias Kolle
ISBN : 3642151698
Genre : Science
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Unlike most natural colours that are based on pigment absorption, the striking iridescent and intense colouration of many butterflies, birds or beetles stems from the interaction of light with periodic sub-micrometer surface or volume patterns, so called “photonic structures”. These “structural colours” are increasingly well understood, but they are difficult to create artificially and exploit technologically. In this thesis the field of natural structural colours and biomimetic photonic structures is covered in a wide scope, ranging from plant photonics to theoretical optics. It demonstrates diffractive elements on the petal surfaces of many flowering plant species; these form the basis for the study of the role of structural colours in pollinator attraction. Self-assembly techniques, combined with scale able nanofabrication methods, were used to create complex artificial photonic structures inspired by those found in nature. In particular, the colour effect of a Papilio butterfly was mimicked and, by variation of its design motive, enhanced. All photonic effects described here are underpinned by state-of-the-art model calculations.

Com Eng Literature 7

Author : Uma Raman & Nina Sehgal
ISBN : 8183323138
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The Literature reader series attempts to motivate students to read for pleasure by offering interesting texts for extended reading. They also help to develop the students analytical, inferential and deductive skills.

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