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📒How To Draw What You See ✍ Rudy De Reyna
📝How to Draw What You See Book Synopsis : When it was originally published in 1970, How to Draw What You See zoomed to the top of Watson-Guptill’s best-seller list—and it has remained there ever since. “I believe that you must be able to draw things as you see them—realistically,” wrote Rudy de Reyna in his introduction. Today, generations of artists have learned to draw what they see, to truly capture the world around them, using de Reyna’s methods. How to Draw What You See shows artists how to recognize the basic shape of an object—cube, cylinder, cone, or sphere—and use that shape to draw the object, no matter how much detail it contains. From the Trade Paperback edition.
📒Zen Of Drawing ✍ Peter Parr
📝Zen of Drawing Book Synopsis : Zen of Drawing inspires you to pick up a pen, pencil or an iPad and start drawing what you see with a 'zen' approach. Author Peter Parr has spent his career in animation successfully teaching people to draw and encouraging students to nurture their skills through observational drawing. He advocates a fresh way of looking closely at your subject and enlisting an emotional response, in order to fully appreciate the nature of what you are about to draw. You will learn that whatever you are drawing, it is essential not only to copy its outline but also to ask yourself: is it soft, smooth or rough to the touch? How heavy is it? Is it fragile or solid? Then, having grasped the fundamental characteristics, or zen, of the object, make corresponding marks on the paper - crisp textures, a dense wash, a scratchy or floating line. The chapters cover: keeping a sketchbook; tools (pen, pencil, charcoal, watercolour and iPad); perspective; line and volume; tone and texture; structure and weight; movement and rhythm; energy, balance and composition.
📒Basic Drawing ✍ Charles Williams
📝Basic Drawing Book Synopsis : "This book is an attempt to replicate the approach to observational drawing that we use in the New English Art Club Drawing School ... I am very grateful to the members of the NEAC who have lent drawings for the book; in the main, they are members who also teach at the Drawing School"--P. 7.
📒Draw What You See Not What You Think You See ✍ Rachel Shirley
📝Draw What You See Not What You Think You See Book Synopsis : Drawing lessons for the beginner and the frustrated artist. This drawing guide book could prove helpful if you have low confidence in drawing or if your efforts are less than satisfactory despite repeated attempts at capturing what are seen in front. You might be an absolute beginner or one who has spent a lifetime away from creative activities due to work or family commitments. You might cringe at the idea of picking up a pencil due to a severe inner critic or an affliction that can only be described as picture dyslexia. The first part of this book attempts to decode the underlying causes of this difficulty via a test and questionnaire, to be followed with special drawing exercises from the most basic. The main part of this book does not take the orthodox approach of informing on vanishing points, perspectives and plotting, but merely to help you see what is in front of you. Instead, this book starts at the beginning, to learn the language of line from A, B and C. Within you will find a series of drawing exercises geared towards combating distorted perceptions in drawing by exercising all fields of vision. This includes exercises on visual judgment, symmetrical drawing, abstract drawing, pictures within frames, negative shapes, the weight of marks, upside-down drawing and more. Further chapters explore the realms of tonality, again via the language of shading from A, B and C. Opportunities for progression can be found within the latter chapters exploring specialised shading techniques. A guide on the prescriptive areas of drawing can be found in the final chapter for guidance. This includes a section on plotting your drawing, the artist’s viewfinder, vanishing points and how to draw ellipses. Print book’s dimensions: 8.5x5.5in and 110 pages. With 15,500 words and around 90 images. The author has a PCET qualification in teaching as well as a Degree in Fine Art.
📒How To Draw And Paint What You See ✍ Ray Smith
📝How to Draw and Paint what You See Book Synopsis : A new step-by-step system employs hundreds of how-to Dorling Kindersley graphics to teach all aspects and stages of working in watercolors or oils, moving from the basic sketch to the finished work
📒Drawing With Your Artist S Brain ✍ Carl Purcell
📝Drawing with Your Artist s Brain Book Synopsis : "If you think you can't draw, it's all in your head. Every time you pick up a pencil, a battle rages between the two sides of your brain: Your intellectual brain, which wants to generalize and take shortcuts; and your visual brain, which sees basic shapes and values. This innovative guide helps the "good guy" always win!"--Back cover.
📒You Can Draw In Thirty Days ✍ Mark Kistler
📝You Can Draw in Thirty Days Book Synopsis : From public television’s favorite drawing teacher, a quick, easy, and entertaining drawing method.
📒Your Artist S Brain ✍ Carl Purcell
📝Your Artist s Brain Book Synopsis : Overcome the obstacles to your artistic expression Improving your artwork can be as simple as learning how to trust your eyes. Your Artist's Brain shows you how to portray even the most complex subjects by focusing on what you really see - not what you think you see. Expert art instructor Carl Purcell shows you how to overcome dependency on the "intellectual brain" and listen carefully to the more observant "artist's brain." With Your Artist's Brain, you'll learn visual skills and artistic techniques that will instantly make you a better artist, no matter what your medium. 22 step-by-step demonstrations on key relationships between shapes, spaces, subjects, backgrounds, angles, sizes, values and more Easy examples and fun exercises teaching you how to "see" and design great compositions "Points to Remember" sidebars that allow you to quickly grasp each concept Maximize the power of your artist's brain today and embark on the path to creating better art.
📒100 Things To Draw With A Circle ✍ Sarah Walsh
📝100 Things to Draw With a Circle Book Synopsis : "For Coloring Book Graduates!" What comes to mind when you think of a circle? Depending on its size, it could be a planet, a manhole cover, an orange, a leopard's spot. What if there are lots of circles on a page? Depending on how they're placed, they might suggest a galaxy of stars or a bunch of grapes, a flea circus, or a polkadotted dress. It all depends on who is doing the looking. A follow-up to100 Things to Doodle With a Triangle, this is the second in a series of draw-in books based on geometric shapes. 100 Things to Draw With a Circle is a doodling book that loosens the imagination, and inspires creative thought. Circles and other basic geometric shapes are at the core of art, they're the structures where form and drawing begin. In this book, illustrator Sarah Walsh provides you with circles that appear as prompts on every page: one or many, large and small, colorful or not, peeking from the bottom or tumbling from the top -- you fill in the rest. If one triangle suggests a game of checkers and another a snowman, one a drop of rain in a puddle, or another a patch of dandelions, a circle is meaningless until you decide what it wants to be. The simplest of shapes brings you back to the basics and lets you create anything you can see in your imagination. Abstract or realistic, minimal or over-the-top, there are no wrong choices in this book -- and you don't have to be a master at drawing. Pick up your pencil, see what the shapes suggest and where your imagination leads you.
📒How To See How To Draw ✍ Claudia Nice
📝How to See How to Draw Book Synopsis : Imagine having the ability to draw any subject with precision, detail and expression. With Claudia's help, you can do it! In How to See, How to Draw, you will discover how to tap into your powers of observation, strengthen your hand-eye connection, and draw the world around you with new skill and accuracy. Just take it one step at a time. Claudia is an expert teacher, breaking down complex compositions into a series of achievable shapes and values that even beginners will understand. Through dozens of mini demonstrations, fun-to-do exercises and complete step-by-step instruction, you'll learn everything from basic drawing techniques to more challenging methods for rendering wonderfully rich, in-depth compositions. Her visual instruction details how to: Use a variety of drawing tools to suit your style and artistic intent Learn to let go of preconceived ideas so you can observe lines, shapes and spatial relationships as they actually are Create strong compositions through comparison and proportional control Find, fix and avoid common mistakes by using simple grids and guide lines Understand and work with perspective to create the illusion of depth Reveal form through light and shadow Explore the potential of texture to create mood and movement Claudia's drawings illuminate a range of subjects, including portraits, landscapes, animals and still life. You can practice using her reference photos and drawings, or you can apply her exercises to your own subjects. Start today, Claudia's way! Following her masterful guidance, you'll see the world through new eyes and draw better than you ever have before.
📒How To Draw Anything ✍ Mark Linley
📝How To Draw Anything Book Synopsis : If you can write your name, you have enough touch to learn to draw. Let Mark Linley inspire you to pick up your pencil and create a magical masterpiece. His positive approach secures quick, accurate results and ever-growing confidence. Learn to look properly and get the basic outlines correct; include the key features but simplify what you see; understand how shading (such as dot stipple or cross-hatching) can transform a sketch; get the eye level right and see how a grid helps with the composition. Whatever you want to draw - a beautiful holiday scene, a lifelike portrait of your family or favourite pet, or even a funny cartoon to illustrate a birthday card - Mark Linley shows, in this new edition of his bestselling book, everything you need to succeed.
📒How To Draw Cool Stuff ✍ Catherine Holmes
📝How to Draw Cool Stuff Book Synopsis : How to Draw Cool Stuff shows simple step-by-step illustrations that make it easy for anyone to draw cool stuff with precision and confidence. These pages will guide you through the basic principles of illustration by concentrating on easy-to-learn shapes that build into complex drawings. With the step-by-step guidelines provided, anything can become easy to draw. This book contains a series of fun, hands-on exercises that will help you see line, shape, space and other elements in everyday objects and turn them into detailed works of art in just a few simple steps. The exercises in this book will help train your brain so you can visualize ordinary objects in a different manner, allowing you to see through the eyes of an artist. From photorealistic faces to holiday themes and tattoo drawings, How to Draw Cool Stuff makes drawing easier than you would think and more fun than you ever imagined! Now is the time to learn how to draw the subjects and scenes you've always dreamt of drawing. How to Draw Cool Stuff is suitable for artists of any age benefiting everyone from teachers and students to self-learners and hobbyists. How to Draw Cool Stuff will help you realize your artistic potential and expose you to the pure joy of drawing!
📒You Can Draw It In Just 30 Minutes ✍ Mark Kistler
📝You Can Draw It in Just 30 Minutes Book Synopsis : "Sharpen your pencils and open your sketchbook; your teacher is waiting."--Boston Globe Emmy Award-winning and longtime PBS host Mark Kistler is back with You Can Draw It in Just 30 Minutes, the sequel to his hugely popular You Can Draw in 30 Days. Take a 30-minute creativity break and be amazed at what you accomplish! Learn to draw 25 different everyday objects--each completed in just half an hour--with step-by-step illustrations and friendly, personality-filled instructions for each lesson. Inside you'll find: Fun "art hacks": Drawing shortcuts (such as tracing handy objects) make you more productive and efficient in your drawing. Blueprints for quick drawings: You'll learn to find the simple shapes within complex-appearing objects. Long-term techniques: The skills you gain along the day in the individual lessons can be used in more detailed, longer projects. Hundreds of variations: More cartoonish? More realistic? The drawings can be modified for a new work of art every time. In 30 minutes, you'll have a finished drawing. Pick up your pencil and begin today!
📒Draw Real People ✍ Lee Hammond
📝Draw Real People Book Synopsis : Step-by-step instructions for drawing realistic looking portraits demonstrate how to draw individual facial features and add the right highlights and shadows
📒How To Draw Lifelike Portraits From Photographs ✍ Lee Hammond
📝How to Draw Lifelike Portraits from Photographs Book Synopsis : Uses step-by-step instructions and illustrations to teach readers how to draw realistic-looking portraits.
📒The Drawing Lesson ✍ Mark Crilley
📝The Drawing Lesson Book Synopsis : Read This Comic and Start Drawing Today! For the first time ever, drawing instructor and graphic novelist Mark Crilley brings his easy-to-follow artistic instruction to aspiring artists in the form of a comic book, providing you with a one-of-a-kind how-to experience. In The Drawing Lesson, you’ll meet David—a young boy who wants nothing more than to learn how to draw. Luckily for David, he’s just met Becky—his helpful drawing mentor. Page by page, Becky teaches David (and you!) about the essential fundamentals that artists need in order to master drawing, all in a unique visual format. In panel after panel, Crilley provides lessons on shading, negative space, creating compositions, and more, with accompanying exercises that you can try for yourself. Are you ready to start your drawing lesson today? From the Trade Paperback edition.
📒What To Draw And How To Draw It ✍ Edwin George Lutz
📝What to Draw and How to Draw It Book Synopsis : This ebook is the first edition of "What to Draw and How to Draw It" that contains a detailed index of the maravillious drawings of the Author. Edwin George Lutz published this book in 1913 with Dodd, Mead and Company publishers. This is really a remarkable book in wich line is made a good reason from form. The youngest child may grasp the magic progress of this way of working and he will draw the picture naturally and well. Instructions are very brief, for the key lines of each object tell their own story and the child is entranced by the results soon gained. There is no stupid tracing in this book, for tracing accomplishes at most only a little muscular control. The book provides a step-by-step system and fixes the object in memory and develops naturally a physical skill and a memorized knowledge of proportion and form. Foreshortening and perspective, that bugbears to young artists, are overcome by the simplest progressive examples. Remembering the key line offers the way to the completed object. There are hundreds of pictures to draw and all are those most fascinating to the child, who is thrilled by the “magic” that makes drawing easy and delightfully interesting. “Just remember the key line, that's all”.
📒Mark Kistler S Draw Squad ✍ Mark Kistler
📝Mark Kistler S Draw Squad Book Synopsis : Provides a series of lesson on foreshortening, surface, shading, shadow, density, contour, overlapping, and size, and suggests that daily practice is important for developing one's artistic skills
📒Drawing On The Right Side Of The Brain ✍ Betty Edwards
📝Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain Book Synopsis : Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain is the world's most widely used drawing instruction book. Whether you are a professional, a student or enjoy art as a hobby Betty Edwards' practical set-by-step guide to drawing will give you greater confidence in your ability, deepen your artistic perception and provide a new way to appreciate the way you perceive the world around you., a shift to the right side of the brain that utilises its more intuitive and artistic aspects of thinking. This definitive revised and expanded edition includes: A new introduction. Updates based on current groundbreaking research about the brain's plasticity and the emerging significance of right-brain functioning. New tools for identifying and broadening everyday problem-solving and creative skills with the visual-thinking skills drawing can teach. A new emphasis on using the strengths of the brain's right hemisphere as an antidote to the life-brain emphasis in modern life - escaping all that is linear, analytic and digital. New reproductions of classic drawings from the Old Masters throughout. This life-changing book, now fully revised and updated, will continue to inspire generations of readers.
📒Draw What You See ✍ Kathleen Benson
📝Draw What You See Book Synopsis : Looks at the life of the artist Benny Andrews illustrated with his original paintings, from his childhood and youth in rural Georgia, through his studies in Chicago and his activism and artistic success in New York City.
📒You Will Be Able To Draw By The End Of This Book ✍ Jake Spicer
📝You Will Be Able to Draw By the End of this Book Book Synopsis : Discover an engaging new way of learning to draw in this superbly conceived interactive guided sketchbook. Experienced artist and teacher Jake Spicer brings the drawing lessons to you, using his innovative and easy-to-follow methods. Follow the simple lessons on the page, then practice them straight away in the book. From easy ways to get started, to the head-turning techniques you will master by the end, Jake will accompany you on your journey, with straightforward advice and lots of tricks to help you develop your skill. So pick up a pencil right now and discover the joy of drawing!