Teach Yourself VISUALLY Drawing
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Teach Yourself VISUALLY Drawing

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wiley publishers teach yourself visually drawing. theres no reason to be intimidated by art creating a compelling drawing can be nothing more than breaking down the process into a few simple stages. this book show you how to consider the shape of an object render light and shadow and make your drawings more realistic by understanding perspective. with plentiful examples de...more
Paperback, 289 pages
Published November 12th 2007 by Visual
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This is an excellent book for anyone who wished to learn to draw. In fact, the only real gripe I have with it is that very little time was devoted to the mechanics of making marks on the paper. Only vague description is used to describe the techniques of using charcoal, pencils, and the like.

However, the book does spend a great deal of time on how to approach one's subject. Composition, tone, proportion, perspective, line-drawing, etc, are all covered.
One of the best books on drawing I have ever seen.
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