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For example, in PL. XVII. fig. 3, it is obvious that the double groove or hollow chamfer in the centre cuts off a less portion of the projecting angle than the diagram represents line marked 3f inches this, as in other cases, for the ; nearly as long as that marked 7. is In the measurement serves to correct the drawing. For the sake of neatness, in copying moldings, it is well to adopt uniformly the plan, already pointed out, of drawing the outer wall-line parallel with the bottom of the page, and the soffit parallel The to the side.
85 of Professor Willis's "Canterbury," where the the Contrast between j^tffc ^j^. From Winto .. "Canterbury," p. Norman edge-mold b and Transition bowtell A with side hollows is well shown. D 85. ; MANUAL OF GOTHIC MOLDINGS. 34 might appear probable that the true origin of the deep must be looked for in the wish to It three-quarter circular hollow form a cutting inwards, at the point of the interior angle, corresponding to the bowtell at the edge or point of the diagram and PL. VI. exterior rectangle of the sub-arches, as in and PL.
4, is fig. of the archway of This end of Rivaulx one of the com- is monest moldings at the angles of Early English window-jambs. The student adopted here sections, first, have will already from perceived, of manner the drawing that all the these moldings are formed- out of the solid Soffit edges plane. block solely and sinking by removing hollows, must never be regarded as Nave Arcade, New Shoreham, (Brandon's Analysis, PI. 8, Sussex. Vol. ) crescences on a plane and ex- surface secondly, and in consequence, that the groups lie in the planes of the uncut blocks, the outermost THE GENERAL PRINCIPLES OE FORMATION.