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Wedge

Wedge example of possible use

There are many instances that a wedge might be used to show disruption, conflict, imposing force, dividing force, impact, etc. These graphics provide options to visually depict the many types of these concepts. The very slender wedge is almost like a knife and leaves the entity divided but nearly intact, for example. The larger wedge nearly obliterates the entity. The small wedge can imply a small force, but you can imply a large result if you wish. There are many, many opportunities to create a specific message.

There are variations showing the effects of the wedges as well: a dent, a crack, and a split in the entity.

See the tutorial for more usage and formatting tips.

TUTORIAL:

Tutorial for Pass-Through/Penetration

Keywords: disruption, conflict, imposing force, dividing force, impact, dent, crack, split, influence, destroy, damage, separate

Categories: Forces

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