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The latter are measure great ; arbitrary, so, especially in of the one are in a though the forms themselves are The former in the latter both are absolutely defined. run principally in vertical the few in number, and very limited The combinations in their application. fixed jambs and lines, the latter in horizontal. In Gothic architecture, horizontal moldings occur in water-tables and string-courses, and in capitals and bases, in which posi- tions they invariably form subordinate lines, so as to contrast and display the predominant principles of a sweep, and may vertical ascending so far perhaps be regarded as lingering ves- tiges of the Classic usage.
It its many In to difficulties to over- molding extends over a con- extreme pliability and great almost unavoidably bent in transferring it to the paper, which must be spread flat on the ground, or some level surface nearest at hand. If this should happen, the true bearings of the members, that is, confused or altogether their relative position to each other, are lost, and the copy is incorrect and worth- ; COPYING MOLDINGS. Secondly, where the molding less. is 27 much undercut, or con- tains deep and wide hollows with a narrow neck, the lead when fitted into them cannot be withdrawn.
5. seldom true are circles P roJ ec ting parts, they %'^^^K* an(^' fTjkw assume a great number of capricious |Mj PL. forms. III. figs. 2 and 3, would alone be quite sufficient to convey to the eye an idea of the general method. The first is the belfry- arch \at Plymouth, the second the pierarcheS in the choir ° f Ea^English Arch, Ripen g^ Cathedral. were taken E ty Cathedral. ^ ^ ^^^ graph, and are reduced to a scale of half an inch to a foot. The annexed section will also serve as an illustration of the ordinary forms of Early English moldings.
A MANUAL OF GOTHIC MOLDINGS by F. A. PALEY