It is not the numbers in the measurement that are important – thirty three or one hundred and fifty two or whatever – it is the relationship of those measurements to each other that either create harmony or disharmony. This is where the value of proportions comes in. Any one measurement on it’s own does not really mean much.
After a while of measuring, studying relations, comparing values and distances, you begin to get a good eye for it and will find that simple educated guesswork usually is a lot more efficient than all that pandering about with a ruler
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