Learn to how draw.
- Preparing To Give The Talk
The instructions here given are for the beginner. Others will follow their accustomed methods. In our introduction we make the claim that any earnest Christian worker, who is capable of addressing an audience or a Sunday school class can, by the aid...
- The Story Of A Kite
A Fable Talk to Children About the Ambitious Flier Which Broke the String.
THE LESSON—That sometimes the things which seem to be hindering us and holding us down are the very things which...
- The Plum Tree
The Responsibility of Motherhood—A Lesson From the Tree Nursery.
THE LESSON—That constant training and cultivation are necessary to the attainment of excellence in plant life;...
- The Little Ones
—Cradle Roll Day
A Word of Appreciation to the Parents on the Occasion of Cradle Roll Day.
THE LESSON—That the proper early home training of children for Christ will save future heartaches and...
- The Fruits Of Riches
If the Love of Gold Controls the Life Naught but Poverty of Soul Can Result.
THE LESSON—That while wealth, honestly earned, may be a blessing, the life devoted to the getting of...
- Two Men
Know Your Man Before You Trust and Follow Him—Our Ideals.
THE LESSON—That we cannot safely choose an example of true living from among those about us, without knowing their real character.
- The Pilgrims
The Story of Their Steadfastness of Faith is an Inspiring Study for Thanksgiving Day.
THE LESSON—That the blessings for which we are thankful today have come through those whose...
- Warmth And Coldness
A Talk on Sunday Observance and Its Relation to the Christian Life.
THE LESSON—That the things we think and do on the Lord's day are a true index of our character.
- Tree Surgery
Trees Need Skillful Surgery More Often Than People Do—Superfluous Branches.
THE LESSON—That the life which wastes its strength in unnecessary efforts cannot bring forth the best...
- The Open Saloon Door
The Young Man Who Enters Therein Endangers His Whole After Life.
THE LESSON—That both the soul and the body are threatened with destruction by indulgence in strong drink.
- United States Standard Dimensions Of Bolts And Nuts
Bolt. Bolt Head and Nut. ...
- Plotting Mechanical MotionsFig. 257.
Let it be required to find how much motion an eccentric will give to its rod, the distance from the centre of its bore to the centre of the circumference,...
- Drawing Gear Wheels
The names given to the various lines of a tooth on a gear-wheel are as follows:
In Figure 233, A is the face and B the flank of a tooth, while C is the point, and D the root of the tooth; E is the height or depth, and F the breadth. P P is...
- The Preparation And Use Of The Instruments
The points of drawing instruments require to be very accurately prepared and shaped, to enable them to make clean, clear lines. The object is to have the points as sharp as they can be made without cutting the paper, and the curves as even and regular...
- Screw Threads And SpiralsFig. 202.Fig. 203.
The screw thread for small bolts is represented by thick and...
- Examples In Engine Work
In the figures from 308 to 328 inclusive are given three examples in engine work, all these drawings being from The American Machinist. Figures 308 to 314 represent drawings of an automatic high speed engine designed and made by Professor...
- The Different Views Of A Mechanical Drawing
The word elevation, as applied to mechanical drawing, means simply a view; hence a side elevation is a side view, or an end elevation is an end view.
The word plan is employed in place of the word top; hence a plan view is...
In projecting, the lines in one view are used to mark those in other views, and to find their shapes or curvature as they will appear in other views. Thus, in Figure 225a we have a spiral, wound around a cylinder whose end is cut off at an...
- The Ellipse
An ellipse is a figure bounded by a continuous curve, whose nature will be shown presently.
The dimensions of an ellipse are taken at its extreme length and narrowest width, and they are designated in three ways, as by the length and breadth,...
- Examples In Line-shading And Drawings For Line-shaded EngravingsMore? View More Mechanical Drawings
Although in workshop drawings, line-shading is rarely employed, yet where a design rather than the particular details of construction is to be shown, line-shading is a valuable accessory. Figure 295, for example, is intended to show an arrangement...
- Finishing Bromide Enlargements
Examine the enlargement mounted on the strainer, looking at it from the side, to learn if there is any starch on the surface of the paper before commencing work on it. If there is any, carefully wash it off with a sponge and some clean water, and then...
- Finishing Photographs In India Ink
The principles that have been given in regard to finishing photographs with lines, apply also to finishing with India ink--with the exception that in the manipulation of the ink it must be remembered that it cannot be taken out; therefore, you must...
- The Specific Use Of Crayon Materials
I will now explain the specific use and nature of these materials, reserving the various kinds of photographic enlargements and their special qualities and advantages, for treatment under their different manipulations. The easel should be set so...
- French Crystals
FRENCH CRYSTALS. These are photographs colored with liquid water colors and mounted on glass. For several years a process has been taught by which a photograph is rendered transparent by the use of paraffine oil, etc., then mounted on...
- Mounting Crayon Paper And Platinum And Silver Enlargements
Wet in clean water a piece of muslin about two inches larger each way than the paper you intend to mount, and lay it on the mounting board or table, removing all the wrinkles with a wet brush; then place the paper on this cloth, face down, and with...
While it is thought that all essential instructions on the topics treated of have been given in the foregoing pages, and that if faithfully followed they will lead the pupil to attain satisfactory results, it is hoped that my readers who have accompanied...
- Face Line Effect
Commence on the hair with the crayon point No. 2, and put in all the shadows and half-shadows, carefully preserving the lines of direction, but avoid working over the lights more than necessary; then with the crayon point No. 1 strengthen all the...
- Plotting Mechanical Motions