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Feng Shui

Colors and Interior Design by Tidying Up with a Clear Mind
By: Kim Chow
Narrated by: Scott Clem
Length: 1 hr and 4 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
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An in-depth book about designing each room in your home according to the feng shui way.

This book specifically focuses on the design, colors, patterns, objects, and symbolism of creating a serene environment in the place you live: your home. You will find helpful tips, background philosophies, and interesting anecdotes that will open your eyes. Among others, you will hear about:

  • What to do with fish tanks, candles, and wind chimes.
  • The best ways to optimize living space in the bedroom, bathroom, and kitchen.
  • Tricks like knocking down walls, installing plants, and utilizing the elements of feng shui.
  • What to avoid when you want the ultimate tranquility in your living space.
  • Information about decluttering, using cubicles, and making the best of water and light effects.
  • And much more!

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©2017 Kim Chow (P)2017 Kim Chow

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beautiful

This resource has really helped me to quickly improve my design graphics.
A great tool for product, graphic, architectural or landscape designers of any experience level.

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good book

I totally needed this book! It is a wonderful inspirational read/look over before preparing a drawing for a client. If you need beginning help, or if you are an experienced renderer, it is great to have as a resource to make sure you have added that final 'touch' that makes it perfect!

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great resource

This is the Best book for rendering! Classic resource for artists & designers. Color examples very helpful. Good for students & professionals

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great colouring

I bought that book for my art class while I was in a college. It's a beautiful book and so much of a great art peaces are there! So much of a good pencil, pen and marker drawings

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five stars

I was looking for a book that would show me how to render city backgrounds. This is EXACTLY what I was looking for! It gives alot of techniques and goes into detail how each tool is used to bring the drawing to life. It shows alcohol markers, color pencils, and photoshop techniques. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND if you're trying to learn how to integrate and blend the layers to make your work look stunning

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extremely good

This book is excellent for architects, designers and anyone who wants to add color to their drawings. Urban sketchers would get a lot of good advice from this book. This book actually tells you how to do stuff, it doesn't just show you pictures. How to render materials, people, light. How to use color to get a drawing to be an effective form of communication. Too much to mention here but a real "How To" book. A reference you can pick up and use for specific problems. Not a book you will buy, look through and set aside. You will have this nearby and within reach. Can't recommend enough.

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I recently purchased it

I recently purchased this book for an architecture class and boy has been helpful. There is a wealth of knowledge between these pages. Architectural color rendering is broken down in a step-by-step process that is easy to follow and understand

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admired a lot

I am an Interior Design major and my professor recommended this book for the use of Prismacolor markers. It gives you great advice on how to render (coloring using the Prismacolor markers to show colors and shadows) and different techniques so you can get the effect you want

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good insights

I'm thrilled that I finally have a book that tells how to digitally as well as manually color architectural and landscape drawings. It gives tips on using a scanner to get drawings or photographs into a layer of Photoshop and then how to manipulate the layers including opacity and filters. The technics for using markers and colored pencils to achieve realistic wood, rocks,leaves, water, and chrome are outstanding........

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great style of explanation

this book is an awsome book for any designer intrested in improving their presentations, the book is very thorough and deals with a wide range of subjects....very recomended!!!!

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  • Ace Villamorre
  • 10-30-17

Very nice intro book to feng shui.

Very nice intro book to feng shui. The author takes a more practical, less superstitious approach to feng shui, relating it more to how certain environments make the human animal feel rather than relying on "lucky this" or "unlucky that" to stake a claim

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  • Jhoanna Tagle
  • 10-30-17

I have always loved Feng shui, love the simplicity

I have always loved Feng shui, love the simplicity of it. It makes you feel zen and at peace. We have done little things here and there and it always helps.