Formal Outline

  • Outline

    RYERSON UNIVERSITY Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management COURSE OUTLINE Fall 2012 ITM 330 - Supply Chain Process Architecture 1.0 PREREQUISITE The prerequisite for this course is (C)ITM 305 - Systems Analysis & Design. Students who do not have the prerequisite will be dropped from the course. 2.0 INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION * Name: Dr. Selcuk Savas * Office Phone Number: ×7747 * E-mail address: selcuk.savas@ryerson.ca *

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  • Benefits of Formal Sucession Planning

    1. Outline the major benefits of implementing a succession management process. (10 marks)A major benefit of a succession plan is continuity of leadership. Organizations that develop leaders from the ranks of current employees are more likely to stick to their missions and manage new challenges. These developing leaders have the opportunity to experience many aspects of the business as they advance. They may bring new ideas to business processes that they may soon be in charge of, while learning

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  • Formal Communication

    Formal Communication If I was preparing a formal report for my accounting peers, my manager, and the owner of a business, I would essentially feel the need to write three different reports. Each individual or group of people will have different informational needs and different knowledge levels of the subject matter. This forces me to place how formal the report would be into three different levels which include low, medium, and high. Knowing how to read your audience and choose the right formality

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    Thomas Dang Professor Decker English 1B 21 November 2012 Outline 1. Introduction: One of the biggest concerns in America in the past and in today’s time is what the required and appropriate drinking age should be in the United States. There has been statistics showing that the drinking has been lowered before and in that time period there were more accidents occurring more than when the drinking age were set at twenty-one. 1. Background: The twenty first amendment in 1933, it gave individual

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    Postgraduate ProgramSubject Outline Faculty of Business and Management http://my.uowdubai.ac.ae Subject Code: MGMT949 Subject Name: Management (6cp) Year: 2013 Section: 1 Performance Session: Spring No of Credit Points:6 Pre-requisite(s): NA Co-requisite(s): NA LECTURE INFORMATION Day: Time: Monday 18.00 – 21.00 Location: Block TBA Room TBA Lecturer’s Name: Building & Office No: E-mail Address: Consultation Days and Times: Subject Coordinator: DR. PAYYAZHI JAYASHREE Block

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  • Formal and Informal

    FORMAL AND INFORMAL LETTERS | | |   | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | FORMAL                                   | | INFORMAL                                 | |                                                  | | | | | Name |          | Dear Mr/Mrs/Ms DupuisDear Mary | | Hi/Hello MaryMary,....(or no name at all) | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Previous contact | | Thank you for your e-mail of...Further to your last e-mail,...I apologise

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  • A Formal Analysis of Art

    A Formal Analysis of Art Darlene Traci Kepner ART/101 February 17, 2013 Karen Witt A Formal Analysis of Art The visual literacy of line usage by both artists is extremely different from one another. Van Gogh's "The Starry Night" Sayre, H. M, (2010) (Fig.73) and LeWitt's "Wall Drawing No. 681” Sayre, H. M, (2010) (Fig.77) portray subject matter of different compositions. However, both depictions of art, also express, different qualities, styles, and eras. Van Gogh is from the eighteenth

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  • Formal Report

    Formal Report Final Draft Jonah Colombo Devry University Author Note This paper is being submitted December 11, 2011 for Instructor Carl Jean’s Technical Writing course at Devry University by Jonah Colombo. December 11, 2011 Tracey Millwood Acquisitions Manager H.D. Heavy Industries 1300 Boss Road Seattle WA 98188 Dear Tracey: Please find enclosed the analysis of buying versus leasing computer and information technology. This is in response to your request that further

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  • Formal Research and Business Proposals

    the differences between formal research and a business proposal? What are the similarities? This paper will compare and contrast the theoretical and practical differences between formal research and a business proposal. The second part of this paper will explore the effects of human resources outsourcing on leadership performance and employee commitment. This paper will show that human resources outsourcing has a negative effect on employees and their morale. Part 1 Formal research provides basic

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  • Outline

    MULTI-LAYERED SECURITY PLAN OUTLINE User Domain Risk, Threat, or Vulnerability Lack of user awareness • Conduct security awareness training display security awareness posters, insert reminders in banner greetings, and send e-mail reminders to employees. User apathy toward policies • Conduct annual security awareness training, implement acceptable use policy, update staff manual and handbook, discuss dring performance reviews. Workstation Domain Risk, Threat, or Vulnerability Unauthorized

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    specified in the Sample Cover Page If you do not have a specific ministry at this time, imagine a hypothetical setting.  In addition, the Rubric details how you will be graded.  The Cover Page is due in Module/Week 3. * You will create an outline of each lesson in your study.  The main passages you must use come from the four Gospels; however, you are not restricted to one Gospel.  You may also refer to epistles from time to time, but do not make an entire lesson out of epistles, such as 1

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    Outline I. Introduction a. Working for my own money during my high school year’s felt great. b. Even though it did take time from my school work, I learned how to manage my time. c. Some people may think that having a job throughout your high school year may distract you and bring your grades down; I think otherwise, because it shows students responsibility, time management, and how they can save up for their future expenses. II. Responsibility a. Getting a job at a young

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  • Evolution of Formal Organizations

    of Formal Organizations | Alfredo A. Garcia Jr. | | Nicole Taylor | 1/15/2012 | In this article the evolution of formal organizations will be explained as well as other areas such as the differences in today’s organizations compared to a century ago. Also explained in this article are the current trends in formal organizations and some of the characteristics needed to change in to a formal organization

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  • Formal Anaylsis

    Nicole Glotfelty Visual Imarary Feburary 6, 2013 Formal Anaylsis The frist painting is called A Walk Through New York with a Headache and Loteria Cards. It is an oil, acrylic and montage canvas painting painted by Julio Galans in 1984. This was Juilo Galans first painting. The painting is of a gaint figure that looks like a Manhattan hotel bellhop towering over the city's skyscrapers carrying a Sacred Heart, the whole painting is bored by subways and and other city images. The second painting

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  • Outline

    com/articles/2013-09-23/billionaire-wang-jianlin-aims-to-build-chinas-hollywood Informative Speech Outline Rubric | Assignment: ENG230 Informative Speech Outline | Grade Percentage | 86% |   | Total Point Value | 75 | Tot. Pts. Ernd. | 64.5 | Content | Pt. Val. | Pts. Ernd. | Comments | Introduction and Thesis: The required outline template is used. The introduction begins with an attention-getter that engages the specific audience named in the outline. The thesis is then stated. It is a complete sentence which previews

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  • The Formal

    THE FORMAL – BY SUE MURRAY CHARACTERS Frank Tatiana Lisa Paul SCENE ONE – DON’T TELL ANYONE LISA CENTERED ON STAGE, LIGHTS DIMMED, AND SPOTLIGHT ON LISA. LISA The formal. Apparently the hardest part of our high school lives, a night we are all suppose to remember. Well this formal has definitely scarred me for life. All the money spent, the illegal drinking, the boys and most of all Tatiana’s brother, Frank. Although of course you have not yet heard of him or his stupid bad ass accomplishments

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  • Outline

    Eating Disorder Outline I. What is an eating disorder A. Disturbance in Eating B. Has Psychiatric Classification in Diagnostic & Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM IV-R) C. Coping Mechanism II. Coping III. Eating Continuum IV. Normal Eating Normal Eating is being able to eat when you are hungry and continue eating until you are satisfied. Normal eating is being able to use some moderate constraint on your food selection to get the right

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  • Outline

    Annotated Bibliography & Outline for Gender Identity Paper Outline I. Introduction II. What is gender Identity? III. Gender Discrimination A. Male B. Female IV. Appearance V. Gender and Interpersonal VI. Development a. Sex role stereotypes VII. Environmental factors VIII. Conclusion Introduction Throughout this paper I will be talking about gender identity which I have done a research. I will be using different several articles that researched

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  • Outline

    Assignment 2: Outline List of References Marquis S. Manuel Strayer University Hypothesis: Anyone that joins the military not only is serving their country but also is agreeing to gives up their human rights or freedom. Sociological Concepts: Human rights or liberties would include A. The condition of being free from restriction or control. B. The right of power to act, believe, or express of one’s self in any manner of choice C. A condition of being physically and legally free from

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  • Formal Sentence Outline

    FORMAL SENTENCE OUTLINE Thesis: Anxiety is a common problem that is consistently overlooked, but should be treated to prevent interference with a sufferer’s daily life. I. A healthy balance of anxiety, fear, worry and panic are needed in order to function properly. A. Antony & Swinson (2008) state that, “anxiety and fear have a helpful function in that they prepare you for future threats and protect you from danger (p.6) 1. There are known positive aspects of anxiety;

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    OUTLINE Name: ___________________________________ Date: ______________ Topic Subtopic I. _________________________________________________ A. ___________________________________________ 1. ______________________________________ 2. ______________________________________ 3. ______________________________________ 4. ______________________________________ Supporting details Subtopic Supporting details B. ___________________________________________ 1. ______________________________________

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  • Formal Report Outline

    Formal Report/Proposal Outline Template Your name: ReyDel Veenstra Directions: Refer to your textbook (Chapter 2, page 48 and Chapter 10, page 311) and the Week 4 Lecture to complete this outline. Write in complete sentences, not single words or short phrases. Be as detailed as possible, adding in-text citations for all references noted on your References page from Week 3, which should also be included here. The more information you place in this final outline, the less work you will have to

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    absent. • E-mail Usage & Limits: Students are expected to monitor and retrieve messages and information issued to them by the University via Ryerson online systems on a frequent and consistent basis. Ryerson requires that any official or formal electronic communications from students be sent from their official Ryerson Email account. As such emails from other addresses may not be responded to. 3.0 CALENDAR COURSE DESCRIPTION This course provides the students with an introduction to the core

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  • Outline

    due in hard copy at the beginning of the class and should be submitted to Turnitin prior to the start of class on the due date. Students must pass the final exam to pass the course. Preliminary information on the assignments is in the course outline. More detailed information will be available on Blackboard about each of the assessments. ** NOTE: Students are expected to schedule time outside of class to work on the Video Presentations and the teamwork component for the GlobalTech assignment

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  • The Outline

    The Outline Assignment Explanation: Before attempting to write a first draft, students should always create as detailed an outline as possible. This means you will have to think through your entire paper before you begin to write it. This is imperative given the required length of the Research Paper. Six to ten pages is not something you should try to intuitively write. If you try to “wing it” you will take much longer than you need to write the paper, and you will find it hard to keep on track

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  • Outline

    faith in people, that they’rs basically good and smart, and if you give them tools, they’ll do wonderful things with them.” Which tells us he wanted excellence from his staff, because he believed in them. Milestone Two: Checklist for Outline of Final Paper |Critical Elements |Are all elements covered? |If no, what is missing? |Instructor Feedback/Comments | |Leader’s Background and |Yes |

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    Professor Black ENGL 2309 9/7/2014 Outline 1. Introduction * Introduce the culture of India before the transition stage to alert the reader. * Give great insight on Tagore’s background about his views. 2. Body * Feudal Values (Introduce what feudal values means for the reader.) * Identify at least three characters that reflect feudal values. * Discuss some main problems Tagore identifies and wants to change in the society. Also what types of change does

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    Chapter 11 Outline Corporate Reporting and Analysis * Corporate Reporting and Analysis * Corporation: Business that is a separate legal entity under state or federal laws with owners called shareholders or stockholders (pp. 12 & 466) * Characteristics of Corporations * Advantages of Corporate Characteristics * Separate legal entity: A corporation conducts its affairs with the same rights, duties, and responsibilities of a person. It

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  • Outline

    Speech Outline Name: GEO 102 Date: October 20, 2014 I. Introduction: A. (Attention Getter) (narration): There seems to be some myth that if you are taking the pill, you must be having sexual intercourse. The truth of the matter is that the pill provides health benefits and protections in addition to preventing pregnancy. B. (Tie to Audience): Entering college can be a scary thing for young adults our age because of what we hear in the news and what has recently been happening here with the

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  • Contrast Formal and Non Formal Education

    attempt to contrast non-formal education in terms of purpose, timing, content delivery system and control with formal education relate your discussion to the Zambia system at primary and secondary level. Thereafter the conclusion will be drawn but it is of vital importance to identify the key concepts in the questions. According to UNESCO (1991) education is ‘an organized and sustained communication process designed to bring about learning. Mernier (2007) quotes that non-formal learning, happens in

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  • Outline

    common form of note taking used by college students; an outline naturally organizes the information in a highly structured, logical manner, forming a skeleton of the textbook chapter or lecture subject that serves as an excellent study guide when preparing for tests. This method of note taking is extremely useful in most instances; however, in classes, such as math or chemistry, where a lot of formulas, graphs, or structures must be drawn, the outline method should be replaced with a better note-taking

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  • Outline

    Alexandra Frizzell MGT 611 1st Outline COMPANY PAPER OUTLINE 1 Companies being considered: Xarisma, Target 1. Customer Relationships Management: structure for how relationship with customer is developed and maintained; PSA is created * Is it easy for employees to use? * How do you measure the success of the CRM system? * Can the system expand as your business grows? * What decisions does management make based on CRM data? * Does CRM fall more to sales or marketing in

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  • Outline

    OUTLINE Renting an apartment is a better option than buying a house. Thesis: Choosing to buy is an option one has to take time to think about. Paragraph 1: Show reasons why buying is better than renting. Things to consider when deciding what is better for you. Paragraph 2: Buying is cheaper than renting. Lower interest rates. Fixed mortgage rates. Paragraph 3: Show what you can not do when renting and things that can happen when renting. Things you cant do when renting. Why

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  • Formal Report

    Formal Report/Proposal Outline Template Your name: Directions: Refer to your textbook (Chapter 2, page 48 and Chapter 10, page 311) and the Week 4 Lecture to complete this outline. Write in complete sentences, not single words or short phrases. Be as detailed as possible, adding in-text citations for all references noted on your References page from Week 3, which should also be included here. The more information you place in this final outline, the less work you will have to do for the report

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    Technologies and Computer Sciences Division ELC 230 – Circuits and Systems for Engineering Course Outline Course Number & Name:  ELC 230 Circuits and Systems for Engineering Credit Hours: 3.0 Contact Hours: 3.0 Lecture: 3.0 Lab: N/A Other: N/A Prerequisites:  Grades of “C” or better in MTH 122, PHY 104, and CSC 112 or CSC 121 Co-requisites: None Concurrent Courses: None Course Outline Revision Date:  Fall 2010 Course Description: This is a calculus-based course in electric

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  • Formal Communications

    Team B Formal Communications University of Phoenix Team B Formal Communications To: Accountants From: Team B Subject: Statement on Auditing Standards (SAS) 112 and 115 Notification Changes have been made regarding the rules that must be followed by auditors. The purpose of this memo is to provide an outline of the changes and explanation on how the changes will impact our valued clients. As accountants, understanding the Statement of Auditing Standards (SAS) No. 112 and the superseding SAS

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  • Outline

    Paper 1 Outline and Notes The Selling of Joseph Thesis: During the age of Samuel Sewall, a time where both slavery and religion were prevalent aspects of an everyday society, Sewall outlined within a three page pamphlet titled “The Selling of Joseph”, the great differences between Sewall’s views, opinions, and even contradictions of natural rights as well as slavery, where he uses scripture and his own developed worldview pertaining to racism, and the general population’s. I. Sewall’s

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  • Outline

    qualificationStatutory organization and formationAnnual stockholders and directors meetings in corporations (not in LLC) Check | No statutory formation process. May inadvertantly form and have vicarious liability. Do everything in WRITING!!!Check | Formal statutory formation and organization. Registration. Foreign state registration.Check | -- | -- | Formation formalities | Flexibility. Management power and authority with managers. No statutory req for officers and directors. Can have structure built

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  • Crj 105 Wk 4 Assignment 2 Formal Outline

    CRJ 105 WK 4 ASSIGNMENT 2 FORMAL OUTLINE To purchase this visit here: http://www.activitymode.com/product/crj-105-wk-4-assignment-2-formal-outline/ Contact us at: SUPPORT@ACTIVITYMODE.COM CRJ 105 WK 4 ASSIGNMENT 2 FORMAL OUTLINE CRJ 105 WK 4 Assignment 2 - Formal Outline The purpose of the Formal Outline is for students to organize their research and show the topical areas that they will cover throughout the Research Project. By breaking down the literature into various sections, topics

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    supply chain executives and managers with little or no formal training • Plant, manufacturing, and materials managers with supply chain supervision • Other managersand executiveswith supply chain and logistical interface • Any IT or finance executives who needs to get a grip on their organization’s supply chain • Senior managers with executive responsibility for supply chain and logistics This program will benefit those with little or no formal training and those with less than 5 years of experience

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  • Outline

    Team Project Outline Objective: This deliverable is designed to reinforce your knowledge of developing and presenting a written assessment of the stages of the Team project. This deliverable can be successfully addressed by the concepts, milestones and techniques discussed during the course and the Case Study. The paper should be 15 -20 pages in length, exclusive of highly recommended tables, charts, diagrams, etc. The project Management Report and Presentation will be a group effort and due

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  • Formal

    Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich Formal Report Table of Contents Introduction 3 Instruction 4 Ingredients 6 Process Report 7 Conclusion 9 Introduction This demonstration is to inform the nutrition staff, and patients in Hillary Hoffman’s Nursing Home Care how to prepare a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are a very simple snack; this is known to be one of the United States most eaten past time

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  • Formal Proposal

    E227 Global Solutions Going Green Formal Proposal DeVry University Professor Audra Spicer Professional Writing Shane’e Green April 21, 2016 * Introduction As we look at every day and the temperatures are extremely high I notice that the natural beauty is slowly disappearing right in front of our eyes. We have to realize

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  • Outline

    Population Health Intervention Outline Population Health Intervention Outline Statement of Need: There is an increased risk of overexposure to the sun in the pediatric population, which can significantly increase their chance of developing skin cancer in their lifetime. There is no existing prevention program within the school system identified. I. Overview of Selected Population A. School Age Children 1. Ages 5-12 2. Grades K-6th 3. Ethnicity-White, Hispanic, Korean

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  • Outline

    Outline Name BUS 670 Legal Environment (MOD1623B) Jason Lum June 27, 2016 Outline For my final paper, I will be talking about the claims and lawsuits brought against businesses. Over the years, there have been several laws set into place so that the working class can feel safe and secure in the position in which they ae working. The legal/ethical issue that I will be focusing on will be Employee Health and Safety. These safety laws are the number one leading issues which cause lawsuits against

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    Comprehensive Analysis Outline Inthiravanh Amphonephong, Linda Thibodeaux Barras, Rachelle Hollier and Marcella Horne MGT 448 November 9, 2011 Thailund Porter Green Comprehensive Analysis Outline Region Analysis * Regional alliances and economic integration * United States, Mexico, and Canada (North America) * Strengthened significantly through the NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement since implemented in 1994 * Mexico is the United States 3rd largest trading

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  • Outline

    Textual Analysis of Obituary/Sense of Myself—Outline Choose either Obituary or Sense of Myself. I choose to write about ______Obituary __________________ Tentative thesis: Tell what you think your chosen text is about. What themes are present? Make an argument about how your text helps you to think differently about 1 of those themes. Write your argument here: Some themes are: 1. Standard English and dialect 2. Shame and inferiority

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  • Formal Outline

    Formal Outline Example NOTE: This is a persuasion speech that is approximately 15 minutes long. It is a speech on a question of fact. It is presented to you as an example of what a formal outline should look like. Your formal outlines will be appropriate to the assignment, including type of speech and length. Topic: Cultural Behaviors General Purpose: To persuade Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience that cultural values are enacted through nonverbal behavior Central Idea: That the macroenvironment

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  • Outline

    This is an outline of the three-step writing process, which should apply to your analysis of a case study. Answer the case questions related to each step directly on this form. For the three-step process questions, you may use short phrases and sentences for your answers. Then add a page break, and write your response as directed in the case study and save the document as one file. Student name? I. Plan A. Analyze the Situation 1. What is your general purpose? 2. What is your specific

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  • Formal Analysis

    Magno, Pacifico Andreo S. TFA 150, Ma’am Lisa 2008-82788 FORMAL ANALYSIS The artwork was made by combining various types of lines mainly: expressive, implied, hatching and crosshatching. This was done probably with pencil on paper with a conveyed roughness on the strokes with a rather pleasing softness to it. Expressive lines were used to create the outline of the artwork and to illustrate the overall shape. Implied lines were made to create the twirls on the piece mainly found

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