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A plane figure is two-dimensional, and a solid figure is three-dimensional. This difference between the two is what gives modern graphics for films and video games a more realistic look.

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A polygon is a plane figure that has "at least three straight sides and angles," according to Oxford Dictionaries. However, polygons can have more than three sides; most have five or more.

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A cube is a six-faced, three-dimensional figure composed of square-shaped faces of the same size that meet at 90-degree angles, whereas a cuboid is a box-shaped object made of six faces that all meet at 90-degree angles....

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Red figure pottery consists of red images against a black background, while black figure pottery consists of black pictures against the naturally red color of the vase. The two ancient Greek pottery techniques utilize a ...

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To foreshorten figure drawings, find the planes of the figure, determine the relative distance between you and the subject for each plane, then use the rules of perspective to join the planes. The rules of perspective st...

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The difference between first angle and third angle orthographic drawings or projections lies in the placement of the object and the projection plane. Third angle orthographic projections are the standard in the United St...

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"Lord of the Flies" tells the story of a group of British schoolboys who survive a plane crash only to find themselves the sole inhabitants of an island. They are forced to hunt for food, create shelter and develop their...

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