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Draw 50 Horses: The Step-by-Step Way to Draw Broncos, by Lee J. Ames

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By Lee J. Ames

Arabians, Pintos, Morgans and Clydesdales: leaping, bucking, rearing, grazing and kicking -- all are during this number of 50 drawings.

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The solid arrows in Figure 2:2 illustrate the specialisation or “elaboration” of the schema that the prototype and any extension represent. The dotted lines upwards indicate the abstraction or “schematization” that is taking place as the common features of the instantiations are schematised. If new extensions are made, a new schema is extracted and thus, according to this model, any extension will lead to new schemata being formed on a more abstract level, so that the widening of a category will necessarily lead to a ‘higher’ structure (cf.

Maffi and Hardin 1997). They argue, however, that the aim has always been to uncover the underlying pattern of universality, and this can only be achieved through the restriction of colour studies to colour space. 4 My own position Zlatev (1997) makes an interesting attempt at synthesising the differences between the Wittgensteinian position which, in its extreme, may lead to total relativism and a cognitive position which tends to emphasise universalism. His model – situated embodiment – is meant to combine the strong points of the two theories and eliminate the shortcomings.

Langacker (1991b, 1999) suggests that we can view the mental space that is created in an on-going conversation as the joint construction of the two (or more) participants – a current discourse space (CDS). He (1991b: 97) defines it as a mental space which “comprises those elements and relations construed as being 2 For further discussions of the consequences of this particular perspective, see Lakoff (1987) and Johnson (1987). 3 Lakoff (1987:281) claims that “A mental space is a medium for conceptualization and thought.

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